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Thread: Navit - The OpenSource vector based navigation program with routing engine.

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    Oh ok.
    It has been discussed already in our channel. We have some other priorities for now, so it's not yet implemented. If you want to help, feel free to jump in

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    I'd love to, right now I'm just much too busy. But I won't forget about Navit...

    I was trying to get Navit off your svn server, but it doesn't let me in as anonymous user with no password - what do I have to do? I'd like to test wether it works on OS X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpwned View Post
    I'd love to, right now I'm just much too busy. But I won't forget about Navit...
    OK, no problem.

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    I was trying to get Navit off your svn server, but it doesn't let me in as anonymous user with no password - what do I have to do?
    Really? Weird. How do you do your checkout?

    In case it helps until we solve your access problem, i've rolled a tarball with the current cvs code : http://www.kazer.org/navit/navit-20070823.tgz

    Quote Originally Posted by bpwned View Post
    I'd like to test wether it works on OS X.
    Would be great. If possible, try to document your steps, i'll add your mileage to the wiki. Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaZeR View Post
    1)Really? Weird. How do you do your checkout?

    2)In case it helps until we solve your access problem, i've rolled a tarball with the current cvs code : http://www.kazer.org/navit/navit-20070823.tgz


    3)Would be great. If possible, try to document your steps, i'll add your mileage to the wiki. Thanks in advance!
    1) just how SF tells me to do on that page ;-) (it's just that one-line command)

    2) thanks, I downloaded it - of course it won't compile right away...

    3) I will, would be wasted information if I didn't. *If* I figure out how to do it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpwned View Post
    1) just how SF tells me to do on that page ;-) (it's just that one-line command)

    2) thanks, I downloaded it - of course it won't compile right away...

    3) I will, would be wasted information if I didn't. *If* I figure out how to do it...
    Great news that will ease your life !

    Navit-0.0.1 is out!

    Grab it while fresh at sourceforge !
    http://sourceforge.net/project/platf...roup_id=153410

    Don't forget the wiki :
    http://navit.wiki.sourceforge.net

    And meet us on IRC: irc.freenode.org channel #navit

    Now we need beta testers (please fill bug reports) criticisms, ideas, and of course compliments

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    I'll test it, but as soon as we get some maps for NA.
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    Archlinux users can build my AUR package. At the moment only Gtk-Frontend works.
    http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.ph...ils=1&ID=12708

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noneus View Post
    Archlinux users can build my AUR package. At the moment only Gtk-Frontend works.
    http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.ph...ils=1&ID=12708
    Thank you. This will ease our users's life.
    I've added a link to your package in our wiki ( http://navit.wiki.sourceforge.net/Getting+started )

    What doesn't work with the SDL gui? I saw you added the required dependencies.


    Edit : I haven't tested it, but how do you deal with the navit.xml file? It's not cp'ed yet by make install. And navit won't work with a good configuration file.

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    I just tell the user with a postinstall script to look at the wiki on howto configure.
    Code:
    [noneus@Lukasa .navit]$ navit
    Can't find the datafiles directory for CEGUI files. Navit will probably crash :)
    CEGUI Exception occured:
    DefaultResourceProvider::load - TaharezLook.scheme does not exist
    quiting...
    Missing scheme files...

    Edit: Oh an normal make install doesn't install any scheme files. There aren't even any in the tarball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noneus View Post
    I just tell the user with a postinstall script to look at the wiki on howto configure.
    Code:
    [noneus@Lukasa .navit]$ navit
    Can't find the datafiles directory for CEGUI files. Navit will probably crash :)
    CEGUI Exception occured:
    DefaultResourceProvider::load - TaharezLook.scheme does not exist
    quiting...
    Missing scheme files...

    Edit: Oh an normal make install doesn't install any scheme files.
    Ok thanks. We'll fix that in the make install.
    Until then you can just cp the whole datafile directory.

    About navit.xml, it could be nice to provide a sample file, because writing one from scratch isn't easy. Just some thoughts

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