(new) monav-data_0.2+svn450-1_all.deb optional utils
fast navigation system featuring exact routing - data files
MoNav is a Desktop / Mobile application that offers state-of-the-art fast and
exact routing with OpenStreetMap Data.
In contrast to most commercial and open-source routing applications, MoNav
offers exact routing without heuristic assumptions and with very little
computational work. Its routing core is based on Contraction Hierarchies.
The application is divided into two parts: The MoNav Preprocessor transforms
the raw OpenStreetMap data into file formats usable by the MoNav Client
application. The preprocessing is often time consuming and requires larger
amounts of memory. The client application on the other hand has very few
requirements and can even run on mobile devices.
Additionally a routing daemon is available to act as a background route
server for other applications.
This package contains architecture-independent data files.
Changes: monav (0.2+svn450-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Uploading to unstable
* New upstream snapshot
* Refresh information in debian/copyright
* Patches refreshed, 03-fix_source_typos.patch removed (merged
* Fix various FTBFS issues (01-fix_build_issues.patch)
* Also build monav-preprocessor-gui and monav-packager
* Upstream now uses sane binary names, drop the hackery in
debian/rules, and install proper files in debian/*.install
* Make new monav-data binary package: split images into an
arch-independent package, instead of embedding them into a Qt
Resource file (03-dont_embed_resources.patch and other files)
* Fix some source code typos (04-fix_typos.patch)
* Don't install the extra license file for Oxygen icons; rather,
list them in debian/copyright
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monav-client_0.2+svn450-1_i386.deb - optional utils
monav-preprocessor_0.2+svn450-1_i386.deb - optional utils
monav-routing-daemon_0.2+svn450-1_i386.deb - optional utils
monav_0.2+svn450-1.dsc - source utils
monav_0.2+svn450-1_i386.deb - optional utils
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