Version: (using KDE KDE 3.3.1)
Installed from: Debian testing/unstable Packages
I often change my position. I would like to have gps support in kstars, so that it will show the correct sky from my position.
Excellent idea, adding to the TODO.
Related to bug 147743.
To be implemented in KStars for KDE 4.2
libindi is no longer part of KStars and therefore driver development is done outside KDE now. However, I assume that you own a GPS device that works with gpsd and willing to perform a few tests for a simple INDI driver that I intend to develop to support this feature?
Btw, KStars time & location can be polled from any INDI driver that provides the TIME_UTC and GEOGRAPHIC_COORDS properties (starting from KDE 4.2). But in order to communicate with gpsd, a new driver has to be developed and linked with libgps in order to extract these information from the device.
Please assign this bug to me. Actually, please assign all bugs currently assigned to firstname.lastname@example.org to me.
Please raise the issue on INDI mailing list. An INDI driver needs to communicate to gpsd in order to send time/location information to KStars.