From: Clinton Keith <clintonnkeith@ho...> - 2005-09-02 23:48:37
I did all that (ran with -w -r -t), but it only gave me whatever appeared
first on the list of arguments. I run:
gpsbabel -t -r -w -i magellan -f com4 -o gpx -F mag_trw.gpx
and I only get trackpoints. When I use the merge, I get trackpoints and
waypoints (there were no routes on my handheld). I can send the gpx as
proof since it is a text XML.
Perhaps the win32 version hasn't been rebuild in awhile. Running
gpsbabel -V I get 'Version 1.2.7', which indicates that it is the most
recent...perhaps the magellan change was too late for the release or it
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Robert Lipe" <robertlipe@...>
> To: "Jowsta" <jowsta@...>
> Cc: <gpsbabel-misc@...>
> Sent: Friday, September 02, 2005 3:07 PM
> Subject: Re: [Gpsbabel-misc] Waypoints, routes and tracks in one go -
>> Jowsta wrote:
>>> I have the latest version and found that trying to download
>>> waypoints, tracks and routes from my gps to a gpx file doesn't
>>> work. I'm forced to d/l each individially and then do a merge
>>> output to another gpx file.
>> That should work. You will have to specify -r -w -t in your command
>> line. If it doesn't, provide specifics what GPS you have, what you
>> consider "the latest version" and the precise command line you issued.
>> To get the discussion going, I just attached a Garmin 60CS on USB and ran
>> $ gpsbabel -t -r -w -i garmin -f usb: -o gpx -F - | egrep
>> '(/wpt|/trkpt|/rtept)' | uniq -c
>> 553 </wpt>
>> 4 </rtept>
>> 10499 </trkpt>
>> showing that we did read routes, waypoints, and tracks and write them to
>> GPX. (The nerdy stuff on the end just selects counts closing tag in the
>>> Looks like this problem was raised in this thread and a simple code
>>> fix was identified over a year ago.
>> cvs annotate shows that change was applied on June 9 of '04 to garmin.c
>> and an analgous change to magproto.c on July 19 of this year.
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