[OSM-talk] Bus Stop POI File
hbogner at gmail.com
Sun Mar 6 11:41:32 GMT 2011
On 03/06/2011 01:11 PM, Esben Stien wrote:
> Esben Stien<b0ef at esben-stien.name> writes:
>> So, I sit in my car and I need a simple command to run every time I stop
>> outside a bus stop.
> I'm using a laptop running Ubuntu GNU/Linux with a Neo Freerunner phone
> with GPS.
> I need a terminal command to execute at every bus stop. This command
> should probably create a GPX file or something that containes the
> positions from the GPS every time I execute the command.
> It could also be a command to just store latitude and longitude to a
> comma separated file:
> 40.70175, -103.68998, First Waypoint
> 39.28553, -123.79357, Another point
> 42.49638, -108.72995, And a third
> Then, I could do:
> gpsbabel -i csv -f way.csv -o gpx -F way.gpx
> ...to convert the file to GPX, I guess.
gpxlogger creates gpx file but you have to stop it after start
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