From: Alex Mottram <alex_m@co...> - 2004-01-03 16:28:27
Sorry for the confusing post. :) I've put the code in to handle Ozi
tracks and routes.
If you could verify that it works, that would be great. I've put a
compiled Win32 binary at:
Just replace your GPSBabel.exe with the one in the ZIP and all should be
fine. Of course,
you will need to use the command line with the "-t" option as the win32
graphical user interface
doesn't know how to handle tracks/routes. For example:
gpsbabel.exe -t -i mapsource -f Arneke.mps -o ozi -F arneke.plt
If you need to compile your own from source, I can make that available also.
The tracks appear to work 100% for me using the latest shareware/trial
version of Ozi.
I couldn't seem to get my converted routes to show on the map, but I
also couldn't get
the "demo" routes that ship with the software to show up either. I
could see them in the route
editor, but not on the map. Perhaps it's just me not knowing what I'm
Please let me know if it works or not. If it does, I'll get the changes
put into the main distribution.
Rob Ziere wrote:
>Sorry, but this mail contains just a bit too many abbreviations for me
>of which I am not totally sure what ehy mean, to be able to answer to
>I am, however, absolutely willing ot help you guys develop the prograam
>CSV = comma separated "something", is this Ozi?
>Rest is unknown to me.
>If there's anything I can do to help you, please make sure you refer to
>fileformat-terms that I am familiar with (like Ozi, PCX5, EasyGPS, etc).