An APRS application using osm-gps-map
C Python
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An APRS mapping application developed by Gordon JC Pearce (MM0YEQ) and others, with key goals of being easier to use and looking prettier than the standard Amateur Radio software. The first in a series of applications based around the APRS protocol.

This application is currently in the earliest stages of development, and is not representative of the quality of the final application, if we ever get there.

It requires osm-gps-map libraries, and libfap libraries. If you're using Arch Linux, you can install both of these from AUR. Debian and Ubuntu users may need to install libsoup2.4-dev due to a packaging bug.

aprsmap uses waf for building. To build:

./waf configure

To run: