niels.kummerfeldt at tu-harburg.de
Wed Jun 2 17:23:29 EDT 2010
Am Mittwoch, 2. Juni 2010, 22:02:03 schrieb David Reyes Samblas Martinez:
> 2010/6/2 jirka <jirka at penguin.cz>:
> > Hello Niels,
> > Thanks once more - it's surprisingly fast!
Thanks for you kind words
> > It will be nice to have these features:
> > - saving of last position before exit
no, problem I guess. Do you need this for the network mode only or for each
offline map you load separately?
> > - download of several map levels at once (like TangoGPS does)
What would be the use case for this? Beeing faster to use? Having tiles offline
available tough you didn't look at them directly?
> > - import of POIs
That needs a bit of thinking, because it will be quite slow. The OSM-API is
not really fast and parsing the xml will probably take a while too, depending
on how large an area you want to download. Should the POIs be displayed in the
map or just listed somewhere? Something like: find the nearest restaurant?
> > Do you thing that is is possible?
> > Many thanks and best regards,
> > Jiri Brozovsky
> Can I add prepare it for read GPS?, serial modules or through SDIO can
> be added in next future
Sure you can. I've already got a class written for another project
(http://sourceforge.net/projects/ptolemaeus/) that connects to gpsd. I can
copy that one over easily. (I actually bought the NanoNote under wrong
information it would have a USB host to connect it to my GPS logger and ported
gpsbabel to use it for this purpose. But well ...)
> > On Sun, 30 May 2010 23:41:39 +0200, Niels Kummerfeldt
> > <niels.kummerfeldt at tu-harburg.de> wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> over the past days I have written a little program to view maps that are
> >> made
> >> of small bitmaps (e.g. from openstreetmap.org). It loads a text file
> > that
> >> describes how the bitmaps are named and how many there are (see the
> >> example in
> >> the attachment for details).
> >> It can also download the map tiles directly from openstreetmap.org and
> >> cache
> >> them locally in "$HOME/Maps/OSM" like tangogps does.
> >> It's written in Qt, so if you want to compile the sources set $QMAKESPEC
> >> correctly and run qmake && make.
> >> Please tell me what think of it or ask me if you have any questions.
> >> Niels
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