From JDiveLog to Subsurface
dirk at hohndel.org
Sat Oct 29 14:54:16 EDT 2011
On Sat, 29 Oct 2011 21:29:44 +0300, Miika Turkia <miika.turkia at gmail.com> wrote:
> In the past I have used JDiveLog to log my dives. Now that there is a lot
> faster option to use in Linux I had to translate the data from JDiveLog to
> Subsurface format. This resulted in learning XSLT to do the job. I have
> attached the transform file if someone else needs to do the same conversion.
> This is tested with data imported to JDiveLog from Suunto Stinger using
> metric units. (I suppose imperial units will lead to quite interesting
> results.) There is probably plenty of other features missing e.g. there is
> no support for tank changes. However, all the basic information seems to be
> transformed properly at least according my test data.
Do you have sample dives that show tank changes? I'd hate to lose
information in the conversion.
> Usage: xsltproc jdivelog2subsurface.xslt <divelog.jlb> > divelog.xml
> Note that if you have dives without profile information, subsurface will
> crash when you try to view the dive profile. Attached patch will take care
> of that (subsurface.diff).
Would you mind submitting both of these with a Signed-off-by: line so
Linus can add them to subsurface?
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