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Maemo Mapper


Maemo Accessory

Score 77%
Maemo Mapper

Link:  Link
Downloads:  6251
Submitted:  Jun 12 2006
Updated:  Jun 12 2006


Much of the inspiration for Maemo Mapper and how it operates comes from Google Maps and Google Earth. They are fantastic applications that (in my opinion) more than warrant being used as a model for usable networked applications. I would like to thank Google for providing these applications and the inspiration for Maemo Mapper.
Although Maemo Mapper can be used generally as a map browser, allowing full pan-and-zoom capabilities, it is geared toward use with a bluetooth GPS Receiver. But no matter how you use it, you need to have access to map data.
If you have access to an online repository of map data, then you can cruise with Maemo Mapper in online mode, which is a little bit like Google Earth ported to Maemo. As you pan and zoom around the map, map data is downloaded to your Map Cache in real time, and the screen gets refreshed on-the-fly as new data is downloaded. It's actually pretty fun to watch, so if you're surfing the world from your home WLAN, or if you're hooked up to a bluetooth phone with internet access, then you don't have to worry about acquiring map data - it's all automatic. Maps are downloaded into your specified Map Cache, so be mindful of your available file system space.
Copyright © 2004-2006 by John Costigan


Initial Release
Force creation of the map cache directory (including parents).
Fixed some locale-related bugs.
Added support for satellite map data.
Added support to save last center location.
Added support to specify announcement advance notice in Settings.
Made the flite call safer, and the path is specifiable in Settings.
Changed the look of the HildonControlbars in Settings a tad.
Added estimate for number of maps to download with Download By Area.
Changed the way routes are followed to better support single-point, "point-of-interest"-style routes.
Fixed bug in route-drawing.
Fixed some bugs in download-by-route functionality.
Trying some fixes for when the bluetooth connection mysteriously drops.
Added some error-handling to NMEA parsing.
Fixed some other minor, workaround-able bugs.
Added some more comment documentation to the code.
Changed error-handling of NMEA messages to better support missing values.
Fixed erroneous hciconfig reset call.
Added Armin Warda's "previous two center points define the default top-left/bottom-right points in Download-By-Area" patch.
Fixed bug in Download-by-Area confirmation dialog box.
Added "Clear" button to Download-by-Area dialog box.
Added support for rfcomm-based input.
Settings dialog now saves settings to GCONF on dismissal.
Fixed map downloading to be more Gnome-VFS-friendly.
Fixed localization bug in output GPX files.
Fixed crash in "Download Area"/confirmation dialog box.
Functionally the same as 0.2.4. The only difference is that the 1.x codeline is 2006 OS-compatible, whereas the 0.x codeline will remain 2005 OS-compatible.

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 by smookumy on: Jan 12 2008
Score 50%

I'm buying a n810 just for this :D

(the open-ness, specifically)

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