unicsv to GPX conversion is not working in version 1.5.1

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unicsv to GPX conversion is not working in version 1.5.1

Dan Yuknavage

Seeking help from those who know….

 

Some background information. Computer is running Windows 7. GPSBabel version is

 

GPSBabel 1.5.1

Copyright (C) 2009-2014 Robert Lipe

GUI designed and contributed by  S. Khai Mong

LGPL Crystal Icons by Elvarado Coehlo

(Using backend 1.5.1)

Installation ID: {8754d53d-111b-4776-927c-c78dfa155cb7}

 

Input file is Tab Separated Lat Lon in decimal degrees and WGS 84 datum and is attached. it looks like this

lat           lon

33.80477142       -118.017601

33.80477142       -118.0175934

33.80477142       -118.0175934

33.80477524       -118.0175858

33.80477905       -118.0175781

33.80478287       -118.0175705

33.80478668       -118.0175705

33.8047905          -118.0175629

33.80479813       -118.0175629

33.80480194       -118.0175552

33.80480576       -118.0175476

33.80480957       -118.0175476

33.80481339       -118.01754

33.8048172          -118.0175324

33.80482101       -118.0175247

 

The GUI is generating this command line

gpsbabel -t -i unicsv -f C:/Program Files (x86)/GPSBabel/TestTrackTimeLatLon.txt -o gpx -F C:/Program Files (x86)/GPSBabel/TestGPX.gpx

 

Getting the 'Translation successful' appearing in the GUI window.

 

The GPX output file looks like this

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<gpx version="1.0" creator="GPSBabel - http://www.gpsbabel.org" xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/0">

  <time>2014-06-12T17:37:38.342Z</time>

  <bounds minlat="-35.823252618" minlon="9999.000000000" maxlat="-35.770921327" maxlon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

  <trk>

    <trkseg>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771731437" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771731310" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771731310" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771735003" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771738685" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771742378" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771746188" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771749882" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771757512" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771761193" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771764887" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771768697" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771772390" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771776073" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771779755" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771783448" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

   

I'm not able to find any gross goofs in the input file and the command line looks OK. Anybody got a suggestion on how to get this working properly?

 

Dan Yuknavage

Yamaha USA

714 761-6118

 


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Re: unicsv to GPX conversion is not working in version 1.5.1

Josef Reisinger
Dan,

I tried your numbers below with 1.4.4 and 1.5.1. The only way I got the 1.5.1 to accept the numbers was to replace the tabs by  ',' (comma). Semicolon didn't work either.
In 1.4.4, the numbers works with tab as delimiter as well as comma and semicolon as delimiter - but nor with a single space.
Is it an option to use ',' instead of <tab>?

/jr

On 12.06.2014 20:29, Dan Yuknavage wrote:

Seeking help from those who know….

 

Some background information. Computer is running Windows 7. GPSBabel version is

 

GPSBabel 1.5.1

Copyright (C) 2009-2014 Robert Lipe

GUI designed and contributed by  S. Khai Mong

LGPL Crystal Icons by Elvarado Coehlo

(Using backend 1.5.1)

Installation ID: {8754d53d-111b-4776-927c-c78dfa155cb7}

 

Input file is Tab Separated Lat Lon in decimal degrees and WGS 84 datum and is attached. it looks like this

lat           lon

33.80477142       -118.017601

33.80477142       -118.0175934

33.80477142       -118.0175934

33.80477524       -118.0175858

33.80477905       -118.0175781

33.80478287       -118.0175705

33.80478668       -118.0175705

33.8047905          -118.0175629

33.80479813       -118.0175629

33.80480194       -118.0175552

33.80480576       -118.0175476

33.80480957       -118.0175476

33.80481339       -118.01754

33.8048172          -118.0175324

33.80482101       -118.0175247

 

The GUI is generating this command line

gpsbabel -t -i unicsv -f C:/Program Files (x86)/GPSBabel/TestTrackTimeLatLon.txt -o gpx -F C:/Program Files (x86)/GPSBabel/TestGPX.gpx

 

Getting the 'Translation successful' appearing in the GUI window.

 

The GPX output file looks like this

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<gpx version="1.0" creator="GPSBabel - http://www.gpsbabel.org" xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/0">

  <time>2014-06-12T17:37:38.342Z</time>

  <bounds minlat="-35.823252618" minlon="9999.000000000" maxlat="-35.770921327" maxlon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

  <trk>

    <trkseg>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771731437" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771731310" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771731310" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771735003" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771738685" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771742378" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771746188" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771749882" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771757512" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771761193" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771764887" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771768697" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771772390" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771776073" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771779755" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

      <trkpt lat="-35.771783448" lon="166666666666668106711040.000000000"/>

   

I'm not able to find any gross goofs in the input file and the command line looks OK. Anybody got a suggestion on how to get this working properly?

 

Dan Yuknavage

Yamaha USA

714 761-6118

 



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