[PATCH] Show single dives in map.

Dirk Hohndel dirk at hohndel.org
Wed Jan 16 12:16:28 PST 2013

On Jan 16, 2013, at 11:47 AM, Henrik Brautaset Aronsen wrote:

> Dirk Hohndel wrote:
>> Some dive computers allow you to type GPS coordinates in. But the real
>> goal for me is to continue to work on integration of the Android
>> Subsurface Companion app (maybe someone will write one for iPhone,
>> too). The idea is simply. At a dive site, you start the app, enter the
>> name of the site and it transfers the GPS location plus name to a
>> webservice (we have a sample service running at api.hohndel.org).
>> Then Subsurface connects to that service and matches the time stamps of
>> those GPS fixes with the time stamps of your dives and adds the GPS
>> location. That last part is still missing...
> The companion app should also be able to export a dives.xml file.  That way, no need for the 
> companion service (e.g. if net access in unavailable), and I could just import the file in Subsurface.

How does an Android app export and XML file that is easily accessible from my computer?
If there is no net access (often the case on dive boats) the app just stores the location and sends it when there is net access again. This has worked very well for me.
The missing link is the Subsurface integration…

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