[This post is marked as unsolved] .htm file Support.
Hello! Could you tell me which software produce the file you gave as example? Maybe it could be done, but I must know which is the "true" format behind it ...
I'm assuming it's an auto-export... Is there options to export at other formats? I think it's possible to export to realtime.txt file with the right template. If it's the case, could you give it a try, as realtime.txt is a standard format natively compatible with Weather Station?
I'm must admit I'm a little bit confused to answer you. Here's why :
- Your file has an .htm extension which seems to says it should contain html (a markup language), but it's not the case ;
- Your file contains raw text data, and the correct extension for it is usually .txt.
But it's not really a problem because Weather Station is able to "parse" data from a file regardless of its extension (even if it's wrongly named). As a matter of fact, the important point here is what's your file containing (in terms of format / syntax / ...)? If you have the specification of this type of file, I should implement it in Weather Station. So don't hesitate to send it me, and I will get an eye on it.
Nevertheless, I draw your attention to the fact that WeatherLink (as all weather softwares I know) is able to auto-export its data in the following standard formats:
Which are natively supported by Weather Station.
To make the export available in WeatherLink, you just have to use the right .htx file. You can find an example of how to setup a stickertags export here: http://www.australiawx.net/instructions.php
I hope this clarifies the subject a bit for you...
Hello Kokos. If you have a link to the specification just give me the link in a comment. If it's a big file (like pdf) you can send it me by mail at email@example.com...
Thanks a lot. I will see what I can do... Could you just tell me the name (and hopefully a mail contact) of the person who wrote this file. There's some missing informations I must have to configure the parser.
Ohhhhh. I've just hit the point: IT IS AN .HTX file! So you effectively use templating system. So why not using .htx files to generate standard files like stickertags, clientraw or realtime?
OK. I begin to assemble the pieces: these are not stations that you manage... It's like "public stations"! Am I right?
Ok. I see well... I will investigate in this htx file and see if I can find someone to answer to my questions on it...