[PATCH] Don't calculate with NaN when on 100% o2

Dirk Hohndel dirk at hohndel.org
Mon Mar 31 09:54:37 PDT 2014


I wonder if we want to spend a sentence each in the manual on explaining
what we really mean by EAD and END...


On Mon, 2014-03-31 at 09:01 -0700, Dirk Hohndel wrote:
> On Mon, 2014-03-31 at 13:04 +0200, Robert Helling wrote:
> > here are two patches. The first I kindof announced on IRC: The depth
> > value taking into account both O2 and N2 is to rate how narced you are
> > and only makes sense for trimix dives (as for nitrox dives it always
> > equals the real depth). The other, just comparing ppN2 can be used when
> > nitrox diving to figure out deco as one can computed it as an air dive
> > when one uses this depth instead of the real depth. This makes no sense
> > for trimix as the he contribution to deco is ignored. The first patch
> > therefore displays these values only for trimix/nitrox dives
> > respectively where they apply. None is shown for air dives as this is
> > equal to the actual depth for air dives.
> I really like this.
> > The second patch reverses the names for EAD and END. After a night’s
> > sleep I came to the conclusion that only this makes sense from the
> > words and the comment, Jan and myself were confused and apparently we
> > managed to confuse Dirk as well. Thanks for spotting this. If you don’t
> > agree don’t apply the second patch.
> It makes me a little sad that Jan cannot argue back...
> I'll apply both of them.
> /D
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