연구의 선진화와 생산성 향상에
필요한 최적의 소프트웨어와 컨설팅을
공급하도록 노력하겠습니다.
 

Quickstart Guide

 
To give you a very quick introduction on how to use cGPSmapper, below is a small sample to create a very small (and not very useful) map:
 

[IMG ID]
ID=00000001
Name=test map
TreSize=1000
Levels=2
Level0=22
Level1=18
Zoom0=0
Zoom1=1
[END-IMG ID]

[RGN80]
Type=0x32
Data0=(0.62918,0.92527),(0.61510,0.92522),(0.61515,0.94894),(0.62931,0.94850)
Data0=(0.62773,0.92725),(0.61651,0.92729),(0.61647,0.94608),(0.62201,0.94595),(0.62175,0.93042),(0.62769,0.93037)
Data0=(0.62751,0.93825),(0.62540,0.93442),(0.62302,0.93988),(0.62606,0.94406)
[END-RGN80]

 

To create a ready to use map compatible with Garmin receivers, save the above as a file named Polygon_1_test.mp, or download this file, and run cGPSmapper providing the name of this file as the parameter.


cgpsmapper Polygon_1_test.mp


As the result you will get this file:


Polygon_1_test.img


This file is ready to be uploaded to the GPS (however it might make no sense to upload it since it's very, very small and completely useless map), but if you decide to upload this file to the GPS (or rather you will create your own map), you can use the sendmap program (but only if you have a COM connection to the GPS)


sendmap com1 Polygon_1_test.img


That's all! Isn't it easy?
The Polish Format accepted by cGPSmapper is explained in Test_img.mp file. The last recent version is always available in the cGPSmapper package on the download page.
If you don't know how to start creating sources for cGPSmapper, you can use the GPSMapEdit program. It can simplify a lot of your work.