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Mon, 11 Aug 2008
[ 19:35 amdmi3 ] Original commit 
1.2 astro/libroadnav/Makefile
1.2 astro/libroadnav/distinfo
1.2 astro/libroadnav/files/patch-src-Makefile.in
1.2 astro/libroadnav/pkg-descr
1.2 astro/libroadnav/pkg-plist
1.2 astro/roadnav/Makefile
1.2 astro/roadnav/distinfo
1.2 astro/roadnav/files/patch-src-SerialIO-POSIX.cpp
1.2 astro/roadnav/pkg-descr
1.2 astro/roadnav/pkg-plist
Forced commit to note that port description in the previous commit was taken
from the wrong port (astro/roadmap). Here's the correct description:

Roadnav is an open source street navigation solution capable of running on a
variety of operating systems. It can obtain your position from a GPS unit,
plot a map of your area, and provide directions to locations in the USA. It
can also verbalize directions using Microsoft SAPI 5.1, Festival, flite, and
OS X's built in text to speech engine.

Roadnav uses the free TIGER/Line (Topologically Integrated Geographic
Encoding and Referencing) files from the US Census Bureau to build the maps,
along with the GNIS state and topical gazetteer data from the USGS to identify
locations. It has experimental support for scripting, LCDproc, importing
OpenStreetMap data, and importing GPX waypoints and tracks.

WWW: http://roadnav.sourceforge.net/

PR:             ports/126056
Submitted by:   Steve Franks <stevefranks at ieee dot org>
Approved by:    miwi (mentor implicit)
[ 01:34 amdmi3 ] Original commit 
1.124 astro/Makefile
1.1 astro/libroadnav/Makefile
1.1 astro/libroadnav/distinfo
1.1 astro/libroadnav/files/patch-src-Makefile.in
1.1 astro/libroadnav/pkg-descr
1.1 astro/libroadnav/pkg-plist
1.1 astro/roadnav/Makefile
1.1 astro/roadnav/distinfo
1.1 astro/roadnav/files/patch-src-SerialIO-POSIX.cpp
1.1 astro/roadnav/pkg-descr

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RoadMap is a program for Linux that displays street maps. The maps are
provided by the US Census Bureau, and thus only cover the US.

RoadMap is at an early stage of development. At this time there are no
routing features implemented yet. RoadMap can only display the map around
a specified street address or follow a GPS device (using gpsd). The plan
for the future is to implement some navigation features similar to those
found in commercial street navigation systems.

RoadMap uses a binary file format for representing the maps that is compact
enough to allow the storage of many maps on a Compact Flash or MultiMedia
card. The map of Los Angeles county takes about 10 Mbytes of flash space.
RoadMap comes with a set of tools to convert the US Census bureau data
into its own map format.

WWW: http://roadmap.digitalomaha.net/

PR:             ports/126056
Submitted by:   Steve Franks <stevefranks at ieee dot org>
Approved by:    miwi (mentor implicit)

Number of commits found: 2

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