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Re: Maintain your local Scenery via TerraSync

Postby rominet » Wed Dec 30, 2015 9:09 am

I didn't do anything dubious with my old TS dir. If I do what you suggest, it will become practically impossible to debug the problem, short of replicating it in another tile. I am not looking for a workaround that has to be applied to every problematic tile...

Thanks for trying to help, though. :wink:
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Re: Maintain your local Scenery via TerraSync

Postby f-ojac » Wed Dec 30, 2015 1:51 pm

Rominet, please browse the TS repository here : http://ns334561.ip-5-196-65.eu/websvn/l ... me=repos+1 to search for the relevant files and dirs for LFLL. If they are OK there and differ from you files locally, then I'd suggest to try some svn command lines to fix this.
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Re: Maintain your local Scenery via TerraSync

Postby rominet » Wed Dec 30, 2015 6:36 pm

Curious findings:
  • The Terrain/e000n40/e005n45 directories from my old and new TS dirs only differ by the presence of a .svn directory in the old TS dir and by the server URLs in .terrasync_cache:
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    diff -ur scenery-terrasync{.old,}/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45/
    Only in scenery-terrasync.old/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45/: .svn
    diff -ur scenery-terrasync.old/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45/.terrasync_cache scenery-terrasync/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45/.terrasync_cache
    --- scenery-terrasync.old/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45/.terrasync_cache      2014-03-23 00:12:19.000000000 +0100
    +++ scenery-terrasync/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45/.terrasync_cache  2015-11-27 23:44:44.898518073 +0100
    @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
     terrasync-cache-4
    -http://terrascenery.googlecode.com/svn/!svn/vcc/default
    -http://terrascenery.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/data/Scenery/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45
    +http://ns334561.ip-5-196-65.eu:8080/terrascenery/!svn/vcc/default
    +http://ns334561.ip-5-196-65.eu:8080/terrascenery/trunk/data/Scenery/Terrain/e000n40/e005n45
     50527

    EDIT: run the diff on the two directories instead of only the .terrasync_cache files, and mention the presence of a .svn directory in the old TS dir.
  • 50527 is the last revision that changed this dir according to the web page you just gave the address of; from a cursory look, my TS dirs (old and new) seem to have identical contents as represented on that page.
  • Even with TerraSync disabled, the simple fact of listing my old TS dir (scenery-terrasync.old in the diff pasted above) in the value for --fg-scenery causes the endless "loading scenery" spinning at FG startup. This is different from the situation a few months ago, where FG could start but didn't show the buildings at LFLL. No problem with the new TS dir.
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Re: Maintain your local Scenery via TerraSync

Postby f-ojac » Wed Dec 30, 2015 7:59 pm

Yes, and 8080 is the old proxy data, which may be irrelevant. It should hopefully say port 8888 when you next download it.
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Re: Maintain your local Scenery via TerraSync

Postby wkitty42 » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:42 pm

i have my simgear compiled with CURL support enabled... will this affect my testing of the terrasync downloads?
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Re: Maintain your local Scenery via TerraSync

Postby rominet » Wed Dec 30, 2015 9:31 pm

f-ojac wrote in Wed Dec 30, 2015 7:59 pm:Yes, and 8080 is the old proxy data, which may be irrelevant. It should hopefully say port 8888 when you next download it.

It doesn't. As I said, FG doesn't start anymore when I use the old TS dir (EDIT: it does if TerraSync is disabled, cf. my next message). And with my new TS directory, the .terrasync_cache stays at http://ns334561.ip-5-196-65.eu:8080/... even when passing --enable-terrasync and --prop:/sim/terrasync/svn-server=http://ns334561.ip-5-196-65.eu:8888/trunk/data/Scenery/ to fgfs. Maybe because LFLL doesn't need to be updated?..
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Re: Maintain your local Scenery via TerraSync

Postby rominet » Wed Dec 30, 2015 10:06 pm

Correction: because of a symlink I used for my current TS dir that has no counterpart for the old TS dir, I was specifying a non-existent path when testing the old directory...

So, FG does start with the old TS dir in --fg-scenery when TS is disabled, and it does have the LFLL buildings in this configuration (which was not the case one or two months ago, when I started to write in this thread). However, when I enable TS, FlightGear can only pass the "loading scenery" stage if I use the new TS dir for --terrasync-dir. With the old one, there is still the apparently endless loop with spinning little bar (even with --prop:/sim/terrasync/svn-server=http://ns334561.ip-5-196-65.eu:8888/trunk/data/Scenery/).

I maintain the 8080 vs. 8888 statement from my previous message (after trying to update both TS dirs), although I don't see any consequence from end user POV.

Sorry for the confusion. :?
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