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    Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Hi Nick,

    Question number 1: Is there any chance for Lekseecon for 737NGX?

    Question number 2: Where I can find (if possible) Yours IOCPClient example?
    Someday (26-01-200 on Opencockpits forum You wrote "At my website www.nicokaan.nl page downloads, you may find an example IOCPClient program with the C++sources."
    Is it still available?

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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Hi Pjotr
    1. If somebody could mail me the SDKFolder content of the Ngx737 I can make an estimate of the effort it would cost me to make a lekseecon version for the NGX.
    2. No

    Regards
    Nico
    Last edited by kiek; 03-07-2012 at 02:23 PM.

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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Quote Originally Posted by kiek View Post
    1. If somebody could mail me the SDKFolder content of the Ngx737 I can make an estimate of the effort it would cost me to make a leksecon version for the NGX.
    I can do this. Tell me how?
    PMDG SDK use simconnect.

    Quote Originally Posted by kiek View Post
    2. No
    Ooo... I'm so sad. I was counting for this example.

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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Quote Originally Posted by kiek View Post
    Hi Pjotr
    1. If somebody could mail me the SDKFolder content of the Ngx737 I can make an estimate of the effort it would cost me to make a leksecon version for the NGX.
    2. No

    Regards
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    Hi,

    I have through your excellent sioc tutorials made sioc/ FSUIPC/ Lua scripts to connect my Opencockpits hardware to the PMDG NGX 737 addon.

    Now I have started to program a C++ app to connect my Opencockpits MCP, EFIS, COMM and NAV modules to the PMDG NGX 737 addon. I know how to program the PMDG/Simconnect side of the app via the PMDG SDK and the general sioc programming part, but really have no knowlegde at the moment how to interface the app to the IOCP / SIOC environment.

    Do you have any good turorials on how to do this? Examples on linking the IOCP / SIOC to the C++ app?

    Even though my sioc / fsuipc / lua solution works great, I like to do the C++ in order to learn that as well.
    I like the challenge and the learning prosess by doing it.

    rgs

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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Quote Originally Posted by Roarkr View Post
    I know how to program the PMDG/Simconnect side of the app via the PMDG SDK and the general sioc programming part, but really have no knowlegde at the moment how to interface the app to the IOCP / SIOC environment.
    So, we have similar experience and we are looking for the same thing...

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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Hi,

    > I can do this. Tell me how?
    Thx, I have pm-ed my email address

    >PMDG SDK use simconnect.
    I can handle that, no problem. Although a direct C/C++ interface (without simconnect) would have been easier.

    Nico

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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    > Do you have any good turorials on how to do this? Examples on linking the IOCP / SIOC to the C++ app?

    You have to start to learn WinSock programming... This is a link to a Winsock Programmer’s FAQ.
    Your C++ application has to make a connection to the IOCP server via TCP/IP; this can be done using sockets.

    But again. I think this is much too difficult for a beginner ...

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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Quote Originally Posted by kiek View Post
    > Do you have any good turorials on how to do this? Examples on linking the IOCP / SIOC to the C++ app?

    You have to start to learn WinSock programming... This is a link to a Winsock Programmer’s FAQ.
    Your C++ application has to make a connection to the IOCP server via TCP/IP; this can be done using sockets.

    But again. I think this is much too difficult for a beginner ...
    Hi,

    It seems complicated for a beginner, but that is really the challenge and fun ( if one succeed).
    Anyway, if you do lekssecon for PMDG NGX I don't mind beeing a beta tester for you.


    btw: here is an interesting article I found regarding iocp programming

    http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/...r-Client-Class
    rgs
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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Hi,
    And here the IOCP protocol specification used by Opencockpits to communicate with SIOC. That part is easy

    regards,
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    Re: Lekseecon for 737NGX and IOCPClient example

    Hi guys.

    You may be interested to know that I contacted Opencockpits yesterday regarding the release of the PMDG SDK and I received the following reply from them this morning.

    Hello, Yes we are working on it, when the new scripts will be running we will send a news mail for all Opencockpits users.
    Thanks,

    Alejandro.
    Your Opencockpits Support Team.


    If the release of new scripts is forthcoming, it may save a lot of time and effort for you guys.

    Gary

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