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Offline tommysammy

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #15 on: June 06, 2016, 04:27:42 AM »
Quote from: ALB42;809552
Because of a serious bug at AmigaOS4 (texts are not shown) I need to release a new Version, but there are already some new features and bugfixes inside interesting for all platforms. Therefore.

ALB42 proudly presents:

 Mapparium 0.3

OpenStreetMap viewer for all Amiga systems.

  • FIX: Invisible texts on OS4
  • FIX: Go offline if internet is down
  • FIX: Start folder for load/save dialogs
  • FIX: Filter for dialogs
  • FIX: Version informations
  • ADD: Load tracks from Garmin TCX files
  • ADD: Set size of middle marker
  • ADD: Support for geo: URIs
  • ADD: DblClick to lower panel copies middle position to clipboard as geo: URI

 Check out the Mapparium page.

And thanks again for the debugging help.


Works well now on my X1000+Fe

Offline lionstorm

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #16 on: June 06, 2016, 06:25:50 PM »
thx this version 0.3 works !
thats wonderfull and great.
one thing : for saving/loading, it would make sense to use progdir instead of sys.

thanks a lot, really nice tool ! I have yet to figure out how to make a source/destination and travel plan...
 

Offline ALB42

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #17 on: June 07, 2016, 07:46:17 AM »
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- clear cache on exit

No! HD cache makes no sense if delete on exit of program, there will be a button inside the prefs window to clear the cache to a certain zoom level. at my computer even after some days of debugging it was only 200Mb and makes the whole thing so much faster.
Besides it's a requirement of the openstreetmap tile server to  keep the tiles for at least 7 days.

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- double click, zooms in.

Should be doable, I only have to think about how to calculate the middle of the zoom, I played a little bit with the online version, it's not completely clear how this work (coding)

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- add the 'mapquest open' layer

you know this costs money? 1000 tiles is not much for one person in a month, but even so 15 people could use it per month for free. Amiga is a small community but not THAT small :-P
And it only allow the access to the API with the given toolsets.
I thought about to setup my own mapnik tile renderer server, but the space/ram needs are much to high for my current setup.

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- search for example: beijing china gets lots of  ???????
I'm on it already, that you can choose the language of your search results, was not finished, so deactivated in 0.3 (reminder 0.3 was a bugfix release in principle for OS4)

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- type in name in searchbox and enter, auto search. instead of having to press the button.

yeah, I got this request already some time, and it's AROS/Zunes fault ;-) the Zune string box does not give the needed events for it, so its not implemented in the LCL (GUI layer for Mapparium). I will try to come up with a solution.
 

Offline ALB42

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #18 on: June 12, 2016, 12:56:46 PM »
Mapparium 0.4

OpenStreetMap viewer for all Amiga systems.

  •  ADD: Clear HD Cache by Button in Prefs to a certain zoom level
  •  ADD: Find current position (by ip)
  •  ADD: Search position by ip (type: ip:x.x.x.x to search)
  •  ADD: Get address for current position
  •  ADD: Zoom in by double mouse click
  •  ADD: AREXX port with commands "goto" and "addwaypoint"
  •  ADD: Loading of Garmin FIT data
  •  ADD: Other color for active track
  •  FIX: Umlauts fix in search header
  •  FIX: Search by Return press in search box
 Check out the Mapparium page.
 

Offline x303

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #19 on: June 12, 2016, 04:16:43 PM »
Quote from: ALB42;809608
you know this costs money? 1000 tiles is not much for one person in a month....

Well that's what you get when you check the online version ;) You assume  the layer can be added without too much fuzz. Still it would be good to  see english names besides native one. Can this be done ?
 

Offline kolla

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #20 on: June 12, 2016, 10:57:54 PM »
Does it work with Vampire2?
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Offline ALB42

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #21 on: June 13, 2016, 04:37:00 PM »
Quote from: kolla;809922
Does it work with Vampire2?

I have no idea.

I remember I read it brings a GFX card with it so that point would be ok.

It must be a 68020+ processor.

You need also a FPU (68881+) I'm not sure if the Vampire2 already has emulation for that.
It would be possible to compile the Program without FPU. But there are many floating point calculations inside which would be then have to be done via softfloat mechanism which is rather slow.
 

Offline paul1981

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #22 on: June 13, 2016, 09:22:00 PM »
Quote from: kolla;809922
Does it work with Vampire2?


Don't you mean 'Does the Vampire2 work with this software?' ;)
 

Offline ALB42

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #23 on: June 27, 2016, 07:40:32 PM »
Mapparium 0.5

OpenStreetMap viewer for all Amiga systems. Now with route calculation.

  • FIX: AROS invisible search text
  • ADD: Routing calculation via YOUR or OpenLS
  • FIX: better Prefs window
  • ADD: Save/load routes from GPX
  • CHG: Open TrackView or RouteView on Show/Edit Button
  • CHG: Moved Track title edit into TrackView
  • ADD: Context sensitive Add Button
  • ADD: Possibility to hide/show tracks/route
  • FIX: Faster drawing for 68k Amiga
 Check out the Mapparium page.
 

Offline ALB42

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #24 on: July 03, 2016, 03:44:30 PM »
A glimpse to Mapparium 0.6

Preview on Mapparium 0.6 (YouTube)

More on blog.alb42.de
 

Offline ALB42

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #25 on: July 10, 2016, 07:58:47 PM »
Mapparium 0.6

OpenStreetMap viewer for all Amiga systems.
Finally got the time to finish Version 0.6
  • ADD: Image List with EXIF position Data
  • ADD: Image preview
  • ADD: AREXX commands for Add images to imagelist
  • ADD: Menu for Main window and ImageList
  • ADD: Active Route color
  • ADD: Overall statistics
  • FIX: Color settings

  Check out the Mapparium page.
 

Offline Dandy

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #26 on: August 02, 2016, 11:26:24 AM »
Quote from: ALB42;810904


Mapparium 0.6

OpenStreetMap viewer for all Amiga systems.
Finally got the time to finish Version 0.6
  • ADD: Image List with EXIF position Data
  • ADD: Image preview
  • ADD: AREXX commands for Add images to imagelist
  • ADD: Menu for Main window and ImageList
  • ADD: Active Route color
  • ADD: Overall statistics
  • FIX: Color settings

  Check out the Mapparium page.



Hummm - donwnloaded and unpacked it.
Double-clicked the icon and then - after roughly half a minute - my system crashes (black screen - reboot).

How can I find out what's going wrong?

My system:

Hardware:
Amiga 4000 (w. Buster 11) in Micronik BigBox Tower with CyberstormPPC (MC68060@50mHz / PPC604e@200mHz; 128 mB Ram) and Mediator PCI busboard (Voodoo4, Terratec 512i digital, 10/100 mBit NIC), as well as Deneb USB 2.0 highspeed in Zorro III.
2 HDs, CD-Rom, CD-Ram, DVD-Ram, tape streamer and flatbed scanner - all connected to the UW-SCSI on the CSPPC.

Software:
OS 3.9 (w. BBs I & II)/WarpOS 16.1
Picasso96, AHI, MiamiDX, IBrowse 3.4, YAM 2.10 dev, Poseidon, ...
(experimental OS 4.0 classic installation)
« Last Edit: August 02, 2016, 11:29:49 AM by Dandy »
All the best,

Dandy

Website maintained by me

If someone enjoys marching to military music, then I already despise him. He got his brain accidently - the bone marrow in his back would have been sufficient for him! (Albert Einstein)
 

Offline Dandy

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #27 on: August 02, 2016, 01:24:02 PM »
Quote from: ALB42;810904


Mapparium 0.6

OpenStreetMap viewer for all Amiga systems.
Finally got the time to finish Version 0.6
...
Check out the Mapparium page.



What does the "MD5" directly behind the download Version mean on the mapparium page?
All the best,

Dandy

Website maintained by me

If someone enjoys marching to military music, then I already despise him. He got his brain accidently - the bone marrow in his back would have been sufficient for him! (Albert Einstein)
 

Offline Oldsmobile_Mike

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #28 on: August 02, 2016, 03:55:48 PM »
Quote from: Dandy;811993
What does the "MD5" directly behind the download Version mean on the mapparium page?


I haven't looked, but presumably this:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/MD5
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Offline paul1981

Re: Mapparium - OpenStreetMap client for all Amiga systems
« Reply #29 on: August 02, 2016, 08:26:29 PM »
Quote from: Dandy;811993
What does the "MD5" directly behind the download Version mean on the mapparium page?

To check the integrity of your downloaded file. You'll need a suitable program to generate an MD5 code from your download, which will hopefully match the code given on the download page...If it does match then your download is perfect. Normally useful when downloading huge files, or when you need to know for sure that your download is perfect. I wouldn't bother testing the MD5 on something as small as this.
« Last Edit: August 02, 2016, 08:30:54 PM by paul1981 »