[Geowanking] WBT-200 in Mac, Linux
matt at lawrence.com
Mon Jun 19 09:02:28 PDT 2006
I haven't done anything spectacular with a GPS and Python for S60 but
a few others have.
Nick Burch has written several GPS apps in Python. The most polished
is nmea_info (http://gagravarr.livejournal.com/104793.html) and
contains some nice routines for wrangling NMEA data.
Christopher Schmidt has also done a lot with Python for S60 and
locative technology (http://crschmidt.net/symbian/). His
stumblestore app (http://gsmloc.org/code/stumblestore.py) feeds data
to his GSM location site (http://gsmloc.org/).
There are also a lot of PyS60 code snippets (http://bigbold.com/
snippets/tag/pys60) and a collection of links and info on my wiki
(http://www.postneo.com/postwiki/moin.cgi/PythonForSeries60) to get
you started with PyS60.
On Jun 19, 2006, at 8:32 AM, Eugen Leitl wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 18, 2006 at 02:48:11PM -0500, Matt Croydon wrote:
>> Long time listener first time caller here.
>> Speaking of small Bluetooth GPS devices, I've been extremely happy
>> with my Holux GPSlim 236 and have used it with Python on my S60 phone
>> and have successfully used it with OSX, Ubuntu Dapper, my Nokia 770
>> and a windows mobile PDA.
> Very interesting. I've got the same device, and purchased for
> the same purpose. Can you post pointers to your python code, or is
> proprietary stuff?
>> Here's a quick writeup that I did shortly after picking it up:
>> The only thing it lacks that I think would be useful is onboard
>> logging, but that can be forgiven considering its size and price
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