CM2GPX project is used to convert EasyGPS XML file formats (LOC and GPX) to a format that can be installed onto a Palm OS.
Version: 1.0.4CM2GPX project is used to convert EasyGPS XML file formats (LOC and GPX) to a format that can be installed onto a Palm OS device and imported into CacheMate.
Operating System: Linux
Options are also available to list waypoints contained in an XML file, and selectively convert specified waypoints.
To build CM2GPX, you first run the configuration shell script in the top level distribution directory:
If you are building CM2GPX under Mac OS X, use the following command line to put the manual page in the proper place:
After the configure script has completed, run the following commands to build and install the software (run the second command as root, if you are installing in a system directory):
There are many options which you may provide to configure (which you can discover by running configure with the --help option). But the one of most interest is the one that sets the installation directory. By default, the configure script will set things up to install cmconvert into /usr/local/bin and the man page into /usr/local/man/man1. If, for example, you'd prefer to install into /usr/bin and /usr/man/man1, you can tell configure about that with:
After running the configuration script, run "make" to build the program, and "make install" to install the files into their proper locations. You will need write permission to the install destinations for installation to work.