Yaouh!

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===experimental===
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I enhanced the code a bit (support for other maps, also inverted):
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yaouh0.3_experimental.py [http://www.logic.at/people/kelvan/yaouh0.3_experimental.py]
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it needs the shell at the moment (I'm not really good in gui things ;)) and it is possible to start a second update-process (not beautiful to see the progress bar flickering)
  
 
==Bug==
 
==Bug==

Revision as of 00:03, 4 February 2009

Contents

Introduction

Yaouh! (Yet Another Osm Updater H) is an utility for update maps of TangoGPS. It check the md5 of remote file and of local file, if is different update the file. It read the TangoGPS config file for know where is store the file of the maps. For now support only OSM maps.

Installation

opkg install http://minucci.net/file/opkg/yaouh_0.2.1_all.opk

Or you can use repository http://minucci.net/file/opkg/ . For add repository follow this command:

cd /etc/opkg
wget http://minucci.net/file/gecco-feed.conf

and then:

opkg update
opkg install yaouh

experimental

I enhanced the code a bit (support for other maps, also inverted):

yaouh0.3_experimental.py [1]

it needs the shell at the moment (I'm not really good in gui things ;)) and it is possible to start a second update-process (not beautiful to see the progress bar flickering)

Bug

Todo

Screenshot

Yaouh.png

Personal tools

Introduction

Yaouh! (Yet Another Osm Updater H) is an utility for update maps of TangoGPS. It check the md5 of remote file and of local file, if is different update the file. It read the TangoGPS config file for know where is store the file of the maps. For now support only OSM maps.

Installation

opkg install http://minucci.net/file/opkg/yaouh_0.2.1_all.opk

Or you can use repository http://minucci.net/file/opkg/ . For add repository follow this command:

cd /etc/opkg
wget http://minucci.net/file/gecco-feed.conf

and then:

opkg update
opkg install yaouh

Bug

Todo

Screenshot

Yaouh.png