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Daemon that monitors one or more GPSes attached to a host computer

 gpsd is a service daemon that monitors one or more GPSes 
attached to a host computer through serial or USB ports, 
making all data on the location/course/velocity of the 
sensors available to be queried on TCP port 2947 of the 
host computer. With gpsd, multiple GPS client applications 
(such as navigational and wardriving software) can share 
access to GPSes without contention or loss of data. Also, 
gpsd responds to queries with a format that is substantially 
easier to parse than the NMEA 0183 emitted by most GPSes. 

http://gpsd.berlios.de/



gpsd history


v. 1.8
date: 2007/09/01 20:59:37;  author: araujo;  state: Exp;  lines: +1 -1
- Fix wrong PORTREVISION number in previous commit.

Approved by:	stas (mentor)

v. 1.7 date: 2007/09/01 20:48:37; author: araujo; state: Exp; lines: +2 -1 - Add rc script. PR: ports/115592 Submitted by: Douglas William Thrift Approved by: stas (mentor), maintainer timeout (2 weeks)
v. 1.6 date: 2007/08/06 20:40:11; author: araujo; state: Exp; lines: +4 -3 - Pet portlint. - Bump portrevision. PR: ports/115155 Submitted by: David Yeske Approved by: pav (portmgr, in mentor's absence), Toxa (maintainer)
v. 1.5 date: 2007/07/22 19:53:49; author: laszlof; state: Exp; lines: +1 -1 - Add even more ports to the new "geography" category Approved by: Pav (wearing portmgr hat)
v. 1.4 date: 2007/02/01 02:41:16; author: kris; state: Exp; lines: +1 -0 Use libtool port instead of included version to avoid objformat a.out botch
v. 1.3 date: 2006/03/30 16:45:31; author: garga; state: Exp; lines: +5 -2 - Update to 2.32 PR: ports/95038 Submitted by: maintainer
v. 1.2 date: 2006/01/30 16:28:43; author: novel; state: Exp; lines: +2 -0 Fix build on 4.x. Reported by: pointyhat via kris
v. 1.1 date: 2006/01/11 13:02:37; author: novel; state: Exp; gpsd is a service daemon that monitors one or more GPSes attached to a host computer through serial or USB ports, making all data on the location/course/velocity of the sensors available to be queried on TCP port 2947 of the host computer. With gpsd, multiple GPS client applications (such as navigational and wardriving software) can share access to GPSes without contention or loss of data. Also, gpsd responds to queries with a format that is substantially easier to parse than the NMEA 0183 emitted by most GPSes. WWW: http://gpsd.berlios.de/ PR: ports/91630 Submitted by: Anton Karpov =============================================================================



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