@Saroufim This is about exploring options, not about the options we have. Regarding GNOME Maps, it does some things well, but parts (mainly the navigation ui) still does not scale properly on 720x1440px screens at 2x scaling (which is standard on PinePhone and Librem 5). So.. in a way you could consider the current state of GNOME Maps inadequate if you want to do that.
@linmob building on postmarketos snagged on including boost library, which they have bundled as a git submodule and looking for version "1.76".
@linmob compilation 71% complete (less than four hours left!). Maybe I should figure out cross-compilation from laptop to pinephone...
Gnome Maps is not usable at all!
I am doing #bikepacking with a #pinephone,
#PureMaps is quite nice when you have mobile data on (and a signal) also with displaying height maps and cycling routes, but it eats your battery crazy fast. Did mount a solar panel onto the handlebar, but with the wanky usb-c plug it did not charge at all.... digging on a hardware solution for this, but missing any offline map with height lines...
@pocketvj @linmob @Saroufim but many tests pass:
Other routing tests❌
Thanks for the info... so its much harder than described here:
@linmob @pocketvj @Saroufim The big difference between the linux (desktop) version and the android version is that it uses a side-bar instead of a bottom bar. There are also some UI elements which are clunkier than their android counterparts. And routing seems to be either broken or unusable (this was built from git tag 2021-06-20) #organicMaps
tried now 3 times on @mobian:
- first time from terminal: it somehow crashed while the phones went to standby
- second time via ssh: phone frooze
- third time via ssh: screen went black, phone froze
But it guess the trouble is in #mobian which kills compiling for power safe... not 100% sure...
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