Import from aquadivelog
miika.turkia at gmail.com
Thu Jun 6 05:56:47 PDT 2013
Can you send me the log file, and I'll see what is wrong with it. Probably
yet a different "accent" on UDDF...
On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 3:53 PM, "Dr. Thorsten Lück"
<Thorsten.Lueck at web.de>wrote:
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> This indeed was a good hint - I could have TravelTrak (which is indeed
> aquadivelog) let my database convert to uddf. After some smaller
> corrections with some special characters the resulting xml-files is
> error-free when checking with xmllint and could also be imported in
> However, when importing it to subsurface, the list of dives remains
> empty. No error messages occur on stdout/stderr (this was different when
> the xml-files was buggy due to some special characters).
> Is there a way to generate a log-file or increase the verbosity?
> >> So - has anyone some experience or solution on converting a (Palm PDA)
> >> aquadivelog database to subsurface (other any other intermediate
> >> format(s) which can be imported by subsurface)?
> > never heard of that. But google results indicate that it might be
> possible to export to uddf from that program which in turn can be read by
> subsurface. Have you tried that?
> - --
> Dr.-Ing. Thorsten Lück
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