Right you are, thanks, as soon as I ran gpsd (which on my Mac is gpsdX -- is that the same for you?) the G-Sat started blinking blue once per second, which is its signal for being connected, and the Bluetooth Prefs Pane showed it as connected. Wonderful.
Then I started up obdgpslogger
and I got this
./obdgpslogger -s /dev/cu.BT-GPS-37C5BE-BT-GPSCOM-1
And a bunch more $GPRMC lines after that. I get more of those $GPRMC lines every few seconds, always preceded by the line saying it didn't get parsable data back for cmd 05. Does that refer to the OBD dongle? That's my guess because I am in fact in my living room, not sitting in my Jeep with the dongle.
Opening serial port /dev/cu.BT-GPS-37C5BE-BT-GPSCOM-1, this can take a while
Successfully connected to serial port. Will log obd data
Successfully connected to gpsd. Will log gps data
Didn't get parsable data back for cmd 05: 25,17,168,,21,15,109,,09,06,058,,07,04,320,*7B
So that's all pretty good. I was doing that on my Mac from a Terminal inside your OSX package (in /Content/Resources/bin). Next thing I'll try to do is to sit in range of my OBD dongle, and I'll try running the GUI.
I also have downloaded the source from SVN but haven't built it on my Mac. I got stuck on the first step, which uses cmake. I figured I didn't have cmake because I didn't have the Apple dev tools, but then I installed the dev tools and still don't have cmake. Did you just manually install that? I googled and see that there are some Mac packages for cmake.