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Subject: Bug Fix for Device::GSM 1.61
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2017 00:06:59 +0800
To: bug-device-gsm [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Peter Cheng <peter [...] acom-networks.com>
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Dear Sir, I had an issue when I used the $gsm->messages() that there are no SMS messages. But actually there was a message in the SIM card $gsm->storage('SM'); @mesg = $gsm->messages(); @mesg was empty I traced this down to the Device::GSM::SMS The output on my GSM modem looks like this when using minicom to send the AT+CMGL=4 command: AT+CMGL=4 +CMGL: 0,0,"",20 0791889613000099240C918896636082120000712071328582230130 OK The issue was that the $header has "" in the third field So I patched Gsm.pm around line 883 # # Parse received data (result of +CMGL command) # while (@data) { $self->log->write('debug', 'data[] = ', $data[0]); my $header = shift @data; my $pdu = shift @data; $header =~ s/\"//g; # remove quotes from the header line This fixed the problem and then everything was working. Don't know why my GSM modem (based on Wavecom) made by a Chinese manufacturer was sending quoted strings for an empty string field in the header. Just thought you might want to look into this and maybe patch for next release Best Regards, Peter -- *Peter Cheng* Acom Networks Email: peter@acom-networks.com Mobile: +886.936.062.821 http://www.acom-networks.com


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