DCMD2JSON(1) General Commands Manual DCMD2JSON(1)

export dives to JSON

dcmd2json [
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The dcmd2json utility accepts XML files generated by dcmd(1) and exports dive profiles to JSON. Its arguments are as follows:
Show sample times relative to the first dive's start time. This is useful for free-diving where multiple dives are done in sequence.
Parse files in verbose mode.
XML input files with one or more dives.

The output of dcmd2json has the following structure:
  {"version": "0.0.1", 
   "divers": [
Each instance has a root of divecmd2json, followed by the version number. An array of all divers comes next.
    {"ident": "kristaps", 
     "dives": [ 
      {"num": 41, 
       "datetime": 1483178882, 
       "samples": [
For each diver (this is an empty string if there's no given diver), an array of all dives. Dives consist of a num, the dive number as exported from dcmd(1), and the optional date-time stamp (UNIX epoch). Dives are sorted in order of increasing datetime. If the datetime is not provided, they come last. What follows that are the samples.
        {"time": 0, "depth": 1.28, "temp": 16}, 
        {"time": 20, "depth": 2.32, "temp": 16}, 
        {"time": 40, "depth": 1.35, "temp": 16}, 
Samples always consist of a time, in seconds from the start of the dive, and optionally contain a depth (in metres) and temp (in celsius).

The dcmd2json utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

The dcmd2json utility was written by Kristaps Dzonsons, kristaps@bsd.lv.
August 13, 2018 OpenBSD 6.3