Lots of new features. Many, many, many new features.
By default, both --elm-version and --elm-device contain "OBDGPSLogger". Some OBDII software refuses to work with devices it doesn't recognise, so I added -V and -D. For example, to pretend obdsim is from scantool.net, something like:Code:$ ../bin/obdsim.exe --help Usage: C:\msys\1.0\home\chunky\src\obdgpslogger\bin\obdsim.exe [params] [-s|--seed=<generator-specific-string>] [-g|--generator=<name of generator>] [-q|--logfile=<logfilename to write to>] [-V|--elm-version=<pretend to be this on ATZ>] [-D|--elm-device=<pretend to be this on AT@1>] [-w|--com-port=<windows COM port>] [-e|--genhelp=<name of generator>] [-l|--list-generators] [-v|--version] [-h|--help] The generators built into this sim: "Random" "Cycle" (default) "Logger"
I was just now watching Rinarledge.com cross-country road trip in scantool.net's software.Code:../bin/obdsim -V "ELM 1.3a" -D "SCANTOOL.NET LLC"
Among other plugins on the way, there's a megasquirt generator in development. There's been some OBD1 stuff before on these forums. I'd kinda like to get a vag-com one working [anyone want to donate me a VW car and a vag-com device? :-)]
TL;DR. obdsim lets you use your favorite OBDII software with your non-OBDII car, even though that software doesn't support anything other than OBDII.