Release Notes: gpligc can now use map-tiles from different servers (e.g. openstreetmap). Furthermore, a geo-tagging feature was added. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A GPS live mode was added in openGLIGCexplorer, which requires gpsd. Furthermore, some new shading options for 2D rendering were added.
Release Notes: Calibration of the altitude has been improved. Options for storing additional information for each igc-file have been added. A new oxygen debriefing might be interesting for those addicted to wave flying. Some bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: kml and gpx export were added for GPLIGC. openGLIGCexplorer can be compiled with gcc-4.3 now. Many bugfixes and new options were added for offscreen rendering with openGLIGCexplorer.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs. Some options were added that allow you to specify a destination folder and filenames for screenshots. The background colors (including gradients) can be changed.
Release Notes: Apart from a lot of bugfixes and minor feature enhancements, some new functions have been implemented, such as the photo-locator. The geographical position of photographs can be determined using the GPS track-log and the EXIF time-stamp of the digital camera.
Release Notes: GPLIGC was adapted to Perl/Tk 804.027. Onlinecontest optimization functions were extended to DMSt and holc. Flight claims can be done more easily, since some data is directly put in the olc flight-claim form. openGLIGCexplorer's full-scene rotation functions were improved. The follow mode can also be used in 2D, and airspaces can be selected by type. Furthermore, compiling should be possible with gcc 3.4.
Release Notes: This version adds a simple menu structure to openGLIGCexplorer, to access all the important options. It now supports joysticks, via GLUT/freeglut.
Release Notes: Flighttrack can be colorscaled (altitude, speed, and vertical speed). With the new "follow mode", the viewpoint will follow the marker. A movie mode has been added. openGLIGCexplorer can be compiled and statically linked with the Mesa library for hardware independent off-screen rendering. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A few bugs in the Windows version were fixed. An installation script for Windows was added. The Unix/Linux version remains unchanged.