[OSM-dev] FYI: kismet2osm.pl has bee moved

Ben Gimpert ben at somethingmodern.com
Mon Jul 3 09:39:15 BST 2006


If I understand correctly -- gpsbabel does not yet support the
NetStumbler .NS1 format, which is why I wrote the converter last week.
(http://ns1togpx.somethingmodern.com/ and the OSM SVN.)

		Ben


On Sun,  2 Jul 06 @10:53pm, Erik Johansson wrote:
> On 7/2/06, Joerg Ostertag <openstreetmap at ostertag.name> wrote:
> >On Sunday 02 July 2006 15:29, Erik Johansson wrote:
> >> On 7/2/06, Dean Earley <dean at earlsoft.co.uk> wrote:
> >> > Joerg Ostertag wrote:
> >> > > The Script Kismet2osm.pl has been renamed and moved:
> >> > > It's new Name and locateion in SVN is:
> >> > >    utils/osmfilter/osm-filter.pl
> >> > >
> >> > > The OSM-Filter script can now read the folowing FileTypes:
> >> > >          - Kismet-GPS File   *.gps
> >> > >          - GpsDrive-Track    *.sav
> >> > >          - GPX File          *.gpx
> >> > >          - Garmin mps File   *.mps
> >> > >          - Garmin gdb File   *.gdb
> >> > >          - Netstumbler Files *.ns1
> >> > >
> >> > > Filtered Output is osm and gpx
> >> >
> >> > How easy is it to support raw NMEA (logged to a file)?
> >>
> >> Download http://www.gpsbabel.org/ and write
> >> gpsbabel -i nmea -o gpx -f yourfile.nmea -F yourfile.gpx
> >>
> >> Works like a charm and you have support for lots of devices and
> >> formats, it can also filter if you want to.
> >
> >That's what I tested and I only got single waypoints. Maybe I'll have to
> >recheck.
> 
> I think I switched to gpsbabel from my own perl script in January, and
> it has worked great since (accept that one time, and that solved
> itself by upgrading). I know Blackadder is using it too.
> 
> /emj
> 
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