[Ovmsdev] changing android app server IP
mark at webb-johnson.net
Sat Jun 28 21:06:39 HKT 2014
Looks good. I merged it, and submitted v3.2.2 to google play.
On 28 Jun, 2014, at 3:44 am, Lee Howard <lee.howard at mainpine.com> wrote:
> On 06/27/2014 10:38 AM, Lee Howard wrote:
>> On 06/26/2014 08:38 PM, Tom Saxton wrote:
>>> Arguably the server account should be per-vehicle but I'm guessing the
>>> thought was that anyone who has multiple OVMS vehicles will have them all
>>> on the same server and making that app-wide means you only have to enter
>>> username, password and server IP once.
>>> Of course none of this is any help for figuring out how to do it on
>> As I dug-into the Android code better to hard-code the address change I discovered - to my delight - that the app server address is stored in a per-car data object. Yay! So this is nice. I'm going to give this another shot.
> Here is the patch. Someone with privs can apply it and commit these changes to the repository if it meets with their approval.
> It's a very small enhancement - basically permitting an interface to sel_server in the CarData object. The interface is right where it should be, IMO: right where you enter the vehicle info and passwords. The default is left to "tmc.openvehicles.com", but the user now has the capability to modify it (on a per-car basis, even).
> I did not change the sel_server initialization value of "tmc.openvehicles.com". I could have changed this to "" as with the other CarData strings, but it probably makes little difference. Leaving it to initialize with "tmc.openvehicles.com" possibly it could be confusing to someone later who doesn't recognize that the initialized value is always overwritten by the configured value (as with the other CarData strings which are initialized to ""). If someone cares they can modify that at the top of CarData.java.
> This patch also makes one obvious grammatical correction in a string appearing on the same page layout.
> If there is any concern just look at the patch - it's a very, very benign set of changes. This e-mail is longer than the patch is.
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