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« Reply #15 on: September 14, 2018, 05:13:03 AM »

Im Sorry for delay, i hope you can read my code.

First you need to take a look on
function explodeKennfeldPaket($thisKennfeldPaket)

This will cut the header and footer from kp file

After that you should take a look on
function filterKennfeld($thisKennfeld)
This function is very difficult but ill try to help so much i can.

But this will not work with the newest .kp format. The newest one is compressed and crypted Sad

Hi mazer.

I stumbled upon your file here and asked myself if you are interested in writing a documentation about the kp file format with me.
I noticed you are german too, I think the communication would be very easy like this. I've been working with PHP and other languages for years now.

Just hit me up with what you think about this.

@nyet:

I thought about building a library in java to read / write kp files. This could be used in the me7-tool. Like this, we could automatically generate XML files for map recognition.
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« Reply #16 on: September 14, 2018, 09:42:40 AM »

I thought about building a library in java to read / write kp files. This could be used in the me7-tool. Like this, we could automatically generate XML files for map recognition.

you can start with my ecuxplot java code, it has kp reading in it. Unfortunately, it is only for a very very old version.
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