INDI Library v1.9.4 Released (17 Jan 2022)

Bimonthly Stable INDI Library release introduces new drivers and fixes for existing ones. Some highlights:

GEM 45 and the meridian flip

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Sorry for another meridian flip thread but I have searched and cannot find the answer.In the GEM 45 you can set the mount to either stop tracking or flip when it reaches x degrees past the meridian. I can tell the software at how many degrees past the meridian I want it to execute a flip. Everything I have read says that when software does a flip all it does is issue a new slew command and the mount needs to know that it has to flip.My question is when will the mount decide it has to flip after receiving a slew to the location it is already at? Will it flip when the x degrees (set in the mount) past the meridian is reached? If that is the case I will have a race condition, if the mount sees it is x degrees past the meridian it will either stop or flip itself.I am sure I am missing something obvious but I just don't see how this can work.
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Esprit 100
Skyliner 200p
Edgehd 8 with Celestron OAG
Stellarmate on RPi 4
iOptron GEM45
294 mc pro
224 planetary cam
174 guide cam
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QHY5II-Mono guide camera
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Last edit: 1 month 4 weeks ago by Rishi Garrod.
1 month 4 weeks ago #77866

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