GeoQO is a waypoint, geocaching, and waymarking database. It is extremely fast and offers a wide variety of utilities for manipulating waypoints. Though designed for geocaching and waymarking, it should be usable for any waypoint management. It is highly extensible; writing new import, export, search, display, and other plugins is easy to do.
|Tags||Scientific/Engineering Geographical Games/Entertainment|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Unix Windows Windows|
Release Notes: Major improvements include importing and handling of geocaching attributes, searching by waypoints and tracks in a connected GPS, and support for importing Base64 encoded data (eg, emailed pocket queries). There were also other minor features and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release mostly consists of small(ish) bugfixes. The black lines have been removed from the map. The Makefile has been fixed to not contain circular references. The progress bar has been fixed.
Release Notes: A density plot option was added to the open-street-map based mapping feature. Internationalization text fixes were made. The map display now has a 528-foot circle diagram for showing cache boundaries for use when placing new caches. A --remember flag was added for auto-saving searches to a specific named-search.
Release Notes: There is now a fairly decent mapping system relying on open street maps data. The installation process is now very easy on Linux.
Release Notes: This version is mcuh easier to install with pre-packaged binaries. It also offers a new PNG map output, an output module to display latitude/longitude boundaries of a set, and many GUI improvements (simplifications).