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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 15:45:45 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.3 (berkeley-unix)
I have a F9P with the ntrip esp8266 module from ardusimple. This can
connect to a hotspot and then connect to an RTK provider. It can
provide NMEA on a port.
If I do
gpsd -n tcp://192.168.100.90:1234/
I get a complaint:
gpsd:ERROR: TCP device open error can't get host entry.
but if I do
gpsd -n tcp://192.168.100.90:1234
it works fine. It seesm obvious to me that since tcp: is a URI type
scheme that a trailing / should be ok, and even the preferred form, even
though the man page clearly states that it doesn't belong.
This is sort of note to self, but I thought there was some chance
somebody else(tm) might view this as a bug and fix it :-)
Or perhaps / implies some kind of host part that is actually wrong, and
I should just learn not to type the trailing /, but still we need a
better error message, like "URI for tcp port may not include a trailing /".
(I at first thought it was hostname only, not address.)
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