[PATCH] Add GPS locations to some of the test dives
amit.k.chaudhuri at gmail.com
Sun Jan 13 09:57:03 PST 2013
dinner ... AND sleep.....?
I guess that plus time off for diving ** might ** explain :)
Apologies - I hadn't fully grasped the concept of who had rights to wind
new stuff into the code....
Roast beef tonight @ chateau Chaudhuri - I need to put the spuds on ;)
On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 5:35 PM, Dirk Hohndel <dirk at hohndel.org> wrote:
> Amit Chaudhuri <amit.k.chaudhuri at gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi Pierre-Yves,
> > I'm very interested in the GPS / OSM implementation. If this is what I
> > think it is, I'm very happy to see it. :)
> > I don't see it in the master yet when I git pull. Is that as you'd
> > (i.e. patch has been submitted but is not yet accepted & pushed)?
> I know this may surprise people, but I sometimes spend small amounts of
> time not responding to requests and emails and patches and instead do
> things like "go out to dinner" and then "sleep".
> > Assuming this is pending, and if I want to follow along before it is
> > assimilated into master, is it simply a matter of extracting the relevant
> > patches from your email(s) and applying in order?
> You can do that. But unless there's email from Linus or me saying "uh, I
> don't like this, because" things normally end up in master relatively
> I plan to apply Pierre's code in the next few minutes (after I'm done
> reading email).
> > [I have used the Open Street Map within a Qt/C++ marblewidget in desktop
> > apps before and really enjoyed the results. I'm pretty sure they do an
> > Sea Map too somewhere, but then you probably know already....]
> Linus and I looked at the open sea map rendering and it is
> pathetic. Certainly not something I'd like to see in Subsurface.
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