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Version 2

I updated the code and added a number of features for reading in files from GPS receivers.  Also, included in this release are 4 complete examples of what the utility can do.  For more information on that see the readme file inside the zip.

In an attempt to get the code to compile with GCJ, i removed some of the features which made java 1.5 neccessary.  Now the code should run with JVM’s as old as 1.2.


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Thanks for posting the ASCII to KML code. I'm very anxious to try it.

I'm working on a high-altitude balloon for launch into near-space. It's a hobby that many others have done as well. I'm developing my own electronics and tracking it down to the landing sight by sending the GPS coordinates back via a radio link and via cell-phone SMS text messages.

The point is, I really wanted to interface this to Google Earth for balloon tracking and you just saved me the big hassle of figuring out all the KML.

Thanks very much!
September 12, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterBart McCoy

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