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Description:   Python client and programs for "gpsd" (2.96bis-2)
gpsd is a service daemon that monitors one or more GPSes or AIS receivers 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 location-aware client applications (such as navigational and wardriving software) can share access to receivers 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. The gpsd distribution includes a linkable C service library, a C++ wrapper class, and a Python module that developers of gpsd-aware applications can use to encapsulate all communication with gpsd. Besides gpsd itself, the project provides auxiliary tools for diagnostic monitoring and profiling of receivers and feeding location-aware applications GPS/AIS logs for diagnostic purposes. The goal of the gpsd project is to create a solid layer of open-source infrastructure for programs running under Linux and other open-source Unixes that want to be location-sensitive. We aim for simple, robust interfaces, unfussy operation, and an easy learning curve for application developers.
Section:   sci
Maintainer:   Kurt Schwehr <goatbarATusersDOTsourceforgeDOTnet>
Website:   http://catb.org/gpsd/
License:   BSD
Info-File:   dists/10.4/stable/main/finkinfo/sci/gpsd-py.info
CVS log, Last Changed: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 01:25:34 (UTC)

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