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Thread: Routis 04 Embedded!!!!

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    It's not really that small...No, seriously. judoGTI's Avatar
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    For dev purposes though it doesnt need to be licensed does it? He could technically borrow my license since I cant use it until its embedded and then give me my license back and release his source as an executable right?
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    Hmm, it's possible.

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    count me in for routis

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    Another vote for Routis.

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    Is this the Routis thread? One more I guess since it seems to be the best for the money that is not Destinator (though I have not used either yet).

    Also looks like a group buy would be easy:

    http://www.deluo.com/Merchant2/merch...tegory_Code=WS

    Hey, check this out:

    FP Feature Requests

    Routis is RED which means "Implimenting Now" !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermike
    Routis is RED which means "Implimenting Now" !!!
    But you cheated and used "highlight=routis" !

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    1 more vote for Routis here.

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    OK, Thought that Routis being Red meant that it was being implemented whereas the others were planned. Thanks for bringing me back down to earth

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    I just tried out Routis 2004 today... I like!.. I really miss the detailed maps from Mappoint (VOICES), but Routis was smooth... The problem with embedding Routis into a frontend is the fact that it does not have an SDK, am I right? Anyway... I am pretty sure it doesn't... Mappoint and Destinator both have SDK and thats why you see those being the two most often used for embedded/custom GPS software. They allow a programmer access to the software via COM or whatever... This allows for smooth integration...

    Wouldn't you only be able to grab the Routis window/application and put something around it?

    Routis did rock today on the way home and they are suppose to have more detailed maps with river, oceans, parks, etc... soon
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    Another vote for routis. Frodo rox!

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