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      01-05-2015, 09:13 AM   #1
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INPA scripts for newer E90 models

Hi Guys,

I have a feeling, that the all of the INPA Folders I have found around the internet are quit old.

I have analyzed the file structure in the folder and I think this is the way how the INPA works.

When we choose E89 or E90 in INPA it loads the file (depending on the language E90.GER or E90.ENG or E90.whatever) and show us the available functions. Here are some places from my current INPA/CFGDAT/E90.ENG


changelog

Quote:
//* History:
//* 11.02.2004 rd V0.01 Erstellung
//* 16.02.2004 rd V0.90 Umstellung auf 32-Bit INPA
//* 19.02.2004 rd V0.91 DDE6 M57 neu
//* 17.03.2004 rd V0.92 Kommunikationssysteme <FC>berarbeitet
//* 19.05.2004 rd V0.93 Sitzmodule hinzu
//* 29.07.2004 rd V0.94 M3 hinzu
//* 03.11.2004 GA V0.95 Kommunikationssysteme vom E87 <FC>bernommen
//* 15.12.2004 sh V0.96 Freischaltung Elektrische Servolenkung E9x
//* 21.02.2005 gr V0.97 Beh<F6>rdenmodul hinzu
//* 04.04.2005 GA V0.98 MSV80 dazu
//* 24.05.2005 TM V0.99 FAS_PLX und BFS_PLX hinzu
//* 31.05.2005 rd V1.00 Standheizung <FC>ber Klimabedienteil
//* 27.06.2005 GA V1.01 RDC_60 dazu
//* 27.06.2005 GA V1.26 MSD80 dazu
//* 08.07.2005 GA V1.27 CTM_93 dazu, Anordnung von E70 <FC>bernommen
//* 16.08.2005 gr V1.28 DWA_63 added
//* 19.08.2005 GA V1.29 ACSM dazu
//* 29.08.2005 GA V1.30 FLA_65 dazu
//* 06.02.2006 gr V1.31 FRM_70, JBBF70 added
//* 28.03.2006 GA V1.32 RDC_60 gegen RDC_GEN2 getauscht

The the place which deals with Communication systems

Quote:
[ROOT_KOMMUNIKATION]
DESCRIPTION=Communication Systems
ENTRY= AMP_60,Amplifier / Hifi,
ENTRY= ASK_60,Audio System Controller CCC,
ENTRY=,,
ENTRY= CDC_E65,Changer / Audio,
ENTRY= CCCA60,Computer / CCC (Application),
ENTRY= CCC_60,Computer / Infotainment Computer,
ENTRY=,,
ENTRY= CID_60,Display / Central Information Display,
ENTRY=,,
ENTRY= CCCG60,Gateway / MOST/CAN CCC,
ENTRY= MCGW60,Gateway / MOST/CAN MASK,
ENTRY= RAD2_GW,Gateway / MOST/CAN Radio 2,
ENTRY=,,
ENTRY= NAV_60,Navigation System,
ENTRY= JNAV60,Navigation System / Japan,
ENTRY=,,
ENTRY= RAD1,Radio / 1/2,
ENTRY= MASK60,Radio / Analogue Radio MASK,
ENTRY= DAB_60,Radio / Digital Radio Terrestrial DAB,
ENTRY= IBOC60,Radio / Hybrid Radio USA IBOC,
ENTRY=,,
ENTRY= TEL_E65,Telephone,
ENTRY= ANT_60,Tuner / Aerial Tuner,
ENTRY= SAT_60,Tuner / Digital Satellite Radio USA,
ENTRY=,,
ENTRY= VID_E65,Video Module,
So we see the last time it was changed was 2006. We miss as example N47 Motor or CIC and may be other things.


If I choose as example Computer / Infotainment Computer It uses
SGDAT/CCC_60.ini to show the available functions and CCC_60.ipo is being used to make a connections with the module. But i have CIC and this does not work.
The Problem is there is no CIC.ini (but CIC.ipo). So as expected I was not able to connect with my CIC.

The question is, are there any newer E90.whatever file which properly describe the later E90 car modules?

As next step, I will customize the E90.ENG file and will call it E90_MY.ENG and it will contain the only modules i have and their functions too.

I know, i found a how to how to add a N47 in to the E90.ENG but, I hope there should be a newer E90.ENG or newer SGDAT folder which contains newer *.ini files.

What is your experience with this problem?


Lado
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