The author of GPSMan (Miguel Filgueiras) released GPSMan 6.1.2
yesterday; the enclosed patch upgrades the FreeBSD port to match.
Here's a list of the documented changes:
* the user manual explains how GPSMan can be run under the MacOS X
system using a USB port; thanks to Mathias Herberts
* new options:
o on using window to control slow operations; in answer to a
comment by Paul Scorer (p.scorer_at_leedsmet.ac.uk).
o on whether polylines on the map should react to mouse
events; in answer to a question from John Hay
o default receiver protocol (Garmin variant only); in answer
to questions from users of the NMEA protocol.
* new command start travel that launches GPSMan in graphical mode
turning on real-time logging, travelling and animation; after a question
from John Hay.
* in travel mode (Garmin variant only), creating a waypoint whose
coordinates are those of the last point in the real-time log; also in
answer to a question from John Hay.
* new importation format: BGA (British Gliding Association)
turnpoint (DOS) files, based on the dos2gpsman script by Paul Scorer
(p.scorer_at_leedsmet.ac.uk); the script is also part of the GPSMan
* with gpsmanshp version 1.2, items read in from a Shapefile not
written by gpsmanshp will have in their remarks any fields of the .dbf
file; asked by John Hay.
* new separate utility (shape2quadr.tcl) for reading a lines DDD
Shapefile and from a list of quadrangles produce GPSMan files one for
the set of lines that belong to each quadrangle.
Fix: Apply the following patch, then upgrade the port(s in question).