[teqc] help with windowing

Jonathan Allan jonathan.allan at dogami.state.or.us
Tue Jan 27 12:21:59 MST 2009


Yes, I discovered your suggestion below in another thread (makes life
much easier when reading date strings).

I tried your last suggestion but could not see the result as the DOS cmd
window disappears after execution (is there a way to prevent it from
doing that?).

Cheers
Jon

-----Original Message-----
From: teqc-bounces at ls.unavco.org [mailto:teqc-bounces at ls.unavco.org] On
Behalf Of Lou Estey
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 11:04 AM
To: teqc
Subject: Re: [teqc] help with windowing

hi Jonathan,

> I am trying to split out a specific time window from a rinex file
using 
> teqc (file was measured using a Trimble 5800 GPS unit.  I have the 
> following command, which is run in a DOS cnd shell...
>  
> teqc +st 20090123212908 -e 20090123233631  57730230.09o > t0230.09o
>  
> However, the command does not appears to do anything (appears to read 
> the file but does not create a new file)?
>  
> What am I missing?

The command syntax generally looks right to me, though (an aside) you
are
allowed to put in certain metacharacters to make the date/time strings
more readable, e.g.

teqc -st 2009-01-23-21:29:08 -e 2009-01-23-23:36:31 57730230.09o >
t0230.09o

What do you get if you execute the following?

teqc +mds 57730230.09o

--lou

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