South Pacific FleetCode

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Art
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South Pacific FleetCode

Post by Art » 19 Oct 2012 04:28

I just came upon the Fleet Code for the entire South Pacific issued by Meteo New Zealand. It looks to be in the same format as the Fleet Code you are already displaying from NOAA for the Norther Atlantic and Europe. I wondered if it would be possible to include this information as well?

You can get it from Saildocs by sending email to them at

to: query@saildocs.com
subject: put anything in the subject field
content: send fleet.nadi

Thanks for the consideration, Art

jza
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Re: South Pacific FleetCode

Post by jza » 19 Oct 2012 21:58

Hello,

I know these files. They are available directly on the servers of NOAA.
But there is a big problem : it is not exactly the same encoding :cry: than atlantic fleetcode files.
Should write a new parser, this is really a big task :|

Perhaps in the future...
A+
Jacques

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