The author of GPSMan (Miguel Filgueiras) released GPSMan 6.2
today; the enclosed patch upgrades the FreeBSD port to match.
Here's a list of the documented changes:
Changes since 6.1.2
* new utility for converting Greenflag HTML files into
GPSManager files, contributed by Nigel Orr
(gps_at_river-view.freeserve.co.uk); see file gf2gmn.tcl.
* new options:
o default map cursor coordinates datum which can
now be different from the map projection datum;
the map cursor coordinates are now shown along
with their datum.
o for Garmin receivers, whether or not routes
should be automatically numbered when they are
sent to the receiver (default is no); the counter
can be reset to 1; code contributed by David
o for Garmin receivers, whether support for laps
* a single menu-button Items replaces the 3 menu-buttons
Locate, Display on map and Clear of the map window.
* groups can now be created for the items that are or
are not currently displayed on the map, using the
Make Group entry of the Items menu-button on the map
window. Code contributed by David Gardner.
* user-defined menu for symbols; in answer to a suggestion
by Johannes Bitterling
* new getfix command: gets, in command-line mode, the
current fix data from a Garmin receiver using the
real-time log and saves it to a file; asked by Wes
Johnston (wes_at_johnston.net) for use with Xastir.
* support for Garmin receivers: updated according to
the specifications 001-00063-00 Rev. A, dated April
24 2004, including optional support for laps; explicit
support for Foreunner receivers; with thanks to Pierre
Thibaud (prt3_at_sympatico.ca), William D. Hamblen
(william.d.hamblen_at_dartmouth.edu) and Russell
Nelson (nelson_at_crynwr.com) for their help in
* the configuration of default values for user options
was taken from file gpsman.tcl to a new source file
named config.tcl; other specifications were also taken
from there to a new file metadata.tcl.
Fix: Apply the following patch, then upgrade the port(s in question).