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This package contains a Python interface to conntect to gpsd, together with a module providing a controlled testing environment. It also ships two tools which utilize the interface: gpsprof for latency-profiling and gpsfake to simulate a GPS by playing back a logfile.
GPSFAKE(1) 12 Feb 2005 GPSFAKE(1) NAME gpsfake - test harness for gpsd, simulating a GPS SYNOPSIS gpsfake [-1] [-h] [-b] [-c interval] [-i] [-D debuglevel] [-l] [-m monitor] [-n] [-o options] [-p] [-r initcmd] [-s speed] [-v] logfile DESCRIPTION gpsfake is a test harness for gpsd and its clients. It opens more»
GPSPROF(1) 10 Feb 2005 GPSPROF(1) NAME gpsprof - profile a GPS and gpsd, plotting latency information SYNOPSIS gpsprof [-f plot_type] [-m threshold] [-n packetcount] [-s speed] [-t title] [-h] DESCRIPTION gpsprof measures the various latencies between a GPS and its client. It emits to standard output a GNUPLO more»
gpsd (2.37-7) unstable; urgency=low * debian/control: Adding Vcs-Git/Vcs-Browser fields. * debian/patches: Adding use-python2.4.dpatch to use Python 2.4 as default for gpsprof and gpsfake. Due to a yet not fully debugged bug the pty module of recent Python 2.5 versions does not work as expected anymore, hence use Python 2.4 for now. -- Bernd Zeimetz <email@example.com> Sun, 0 more»
The original version of this package was debianized by Tilman Koschnick <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 16 more»