On 8/10/07, Buck DeFore <bdefore@...> wrote:
> I just installed the OS X dmg and I'm prompted to point to the
> gpsbabel file. I'd prefer to keep my gpsbabel binary along with my
> others in /usr/local/bin but I find it kind of tedious to do so
> through finder (I have to make an alias that then points to it). Could
> we add the ability to specify the path manually?
I need to double check on that one, but when GPSBabel+ starts it scans
certain directories looking for GPSBabel. First it scans the folder the
GPSBabel+ app is in, and one or two other locations.
I think the best solution is to make sure it scans /usr/local/bin if
GPSBabel is not found in the app folder. That way you can just delete
GPSBabel from the GPSBabel+ app folder and it will auto-magically find it.
Just so you know, once you change the location of GPSBabel, it remains
permanent, even if you upgrade GPSBabel+. So you only have to do it one