[OSM-talk] Osm2go: mobile mapping with Nokia n800/n810
Andrew Chadwick (mailing lists)
andrewc-email-lists at piffle.org
Sat Nov 22 02:27:53 GMT 2008
Till Harbaum / Lists wrote:
> Am Montag 17 November 2008 schrieb Andrew Chadwick (email lists):
>> It'd be really cool if the dependency on Hildon,
>> osso, and various other Maemo-specific parts could be relaxed for users
>> of devices like Eee PCs, but I guess that's less of an immediate
>> requirement :)
> There's no hildon requirement at all. In fact i do 99% of all coding and
> testing on the gtk linux desktop. This should run out of the box on
> any gtk based machine.
Ah yes, I see. I just misread the instructions on the packaging.
It might be worth packaging for Debian at some point; would you like me
to give this a go at some point? Separate .diff.gz(s), probably. This
might require some changes to the structure of the source bundle.
>> I wonder if, like gosmore, it would make sense for osm2go to do some
>> sort of level-of-detail hiding for lower zoom levels, in order to speed
>> up the drawing process. It might make sense to restrict editability only
>> to higher zooms too, like potlatch does (IIRC).
> Also that's not how the goocanvas works and it's hard to circumvent those
might be of some use here. As for making objects editable, that's
handled in osm2go's code and could be quite easily overridden based on
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