Iain B. Findleton
ifindleton at videotron.ca
Thu Aug 25 21:43:52 CEST 2011
Tks. I am thinking to try my hand at souping up the performance a bit on
my OM. If I have any success I will advise. Some aspects of the program
design made tangogps a little inconvenient for me.
Getting the libraries set up is my current activity so that I can get a
build environment going.
Joshua Judson Rosen wrote:
> Timo Juhani Lindfors <timo.lindfors at iki.fi> writes:>> "Iain B. Findleton" <ifindleton at videotron.ca> writes:> > Anybody have info on what happened to tangogps or who is maintaining> > it these days? I am having rouble building it with the OM tool chain.> > You might want to switch to foxtrotgps, which is fork of tangogps. It> has a bug tracker, public Vcs, IRC channel
> Yes :)
>> and is also in debian and ubuntu.
> and Gentoo, and SHR (and their upstream, OpenEmbedded, I think),and the FreeBSD Ports collection--and possibly elsewhere;those are just the systems shipping it that I know about(if anyone knows of someone else shipping it, let us know-- I'd like to maintain a list of places where pre-built [and pre-integrated] packages are available).
> I don't know what's happening with tango--Marcus does seem to have`fallen off the map', so to speak.
> Iain, if you have any suggestions, criticisms, patches, or othercontributions that you can offer, we'd love to hear it :)I try to keep the FoxtrotGPS bzr history as orderly as possible,so Marcus and anyone else should be able to pick any specificimprovements out from it for tangoGPS if they want.
> -- "Don't be afraid to ask (λf.((λx.xx) (λr.f(rr))))."
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