[Loadstone] Contacting the old Symbian Loadstone's developers
shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Thu Jan 11 15:51:35 PST 2018
The sensors stuff was a plugin that installed on top of the existing sdk. It
was available from Symbian but who knows now. The gnupoc package refered to
in the compiling instructions is still available, just substitute shawnk.ca
where it says svn.loadstone-gps.com (that's what this was an alias for in
the first place) and it'll work fine. This is a rather large package that
contains the complete development environment so trying to patch bits on to
your existing set up may be a matter of finding the needed files and putting
them in the correct places.
It's interesting the garmin receivers use multiple rfcom channels, I haven't
seen that in a bluetooth receiver before. I wonder if your fix for this
would break support for other receivers? I'm glad I don't have to worry
about trying to get that support patched in, that would take some rewriting
as to how the gps receiver information is stored.
On Thu, 11 Jan 2018, Aura Kelloniemi wrote:
> Shawn Kirkpatrick <shawn at loadstone-gps.com> writes:
> > I'd forgotten about that rediculous capability system. I think the
> > self-signing would work for most of what Loadstone needs but not quite
> > everything.
> For example no bluetooth...
> > If your receiver is a Garmin then you may be in for a lot of trouble.
> Actually the problem with Loadstone was that when a receiver provided more
> than one RFCOMM channel it always chose tha last one. In my case it was
> channel 3 which supplies Garmin proprietary binary data. The correct channel
> is 1, which provides NMEA output. This was very quick to fix in the sources
> and now Loadstone works with Garmin GLO. However I did this with the 2010
> version of Loadstone, see below.
> > I put together a tarball of the current development source and you can
> > download it at:
> > http://www.shawnk.ca/loadstone-0.74.6-2013-08-11.tar.gz that's my personal
> > site.
> Thank you very much. The source is pretty much usable and has cool features!
> However, I cannot compile it. I'm missing the Sensors Framework headers and
> libraries from my SDK. These are needed by the 3rd edition compass version.
> I believe those would be available in the tarball called
> symbian_gnupoc-2012-07-17.tar.gz which is referred to by Loadstone's
> "Compiling" file. This package of course is no more available from
> loadstone-gps.com. Do you happen to have it somewhere or do you know which SDK
> contains the Sensors framework API components?
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