APRS Digipeatersoftware DIGI_NED
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Wx:

wx: [@] < time > < to-ports > [< dest >],[< digis >] [< wx-string >]

VariableComment
time interval time in minutes, Add '@' for absolute time. The number now specifies how many minutes past the hour the beacon shall appear. Note that numbers above 60 will start skipping hours; i.e. @80 specified 20 minutes past every other hour.
to-ports< port >[,< port >]... or "all" for all ports
dest destination call, for example DIGI_DEST, WX or BEACON
digis < digi >[,digi]... via digipeater calls for beacon
wx-stringformat specification, ascii string with format commands to insert wx variables defined with wx_var: Formatting for variable "v" with value 123:

"%v" -> "123"
(takes as much space as needed)

"%4v" -> " 123"
(always 4 characters)

"%-4v" -> "123 "
(always 4 characters, left aligned)

"%04v" -> "0123"
(always 4 characters, zero padding)

"%02v" -> "23"

(always 2 characters, truncates)

"the value of v=%v" -> "the value of v=123"

use "\%" to get a "%" in the output, use "\\" to get a "\" in the output

digi digipeater call, for example WIDE or TRACE6-6.
port 1..(number of last active port)

When a WX variable is used in "wx:" but is not defined with "wx_var:" the DIGI_NED issues a warning (at runtime).

example:

wx: 5 all APRS,WIDE,WIDE _%08Dc%03cs%03sg%03gt%03tr%03rp%03pP%03Ph%02hb%05b#%03#xDned

This format could generate for example:

_09022027c210s008g009t063r000p004P004h80h10090#004xDned

This variable responds to a '?WX?' query with a immediate broadcast of all rules defined using te 'wx' rule.

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