Pure Maps

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Pure Maps is a fork of WhoGo Maps. Its a full-featured map and navigation application allowing you to explore maps, search for addresses and points of interest, as well as assist with navigation. For that, it uses online or offline service providers.

Offline maps, search and routing is possible with OSM Scout Server. Pure Maps will list OSM Scout Server among the providers if you have it installed. For it work, you'll also need to have the server running and map data on your device. See the OSM Scout Server documentation for installation instructions and follow setup instructions for Poor Maps.

Requirements:

  • Mapbox GL Native QML component for map display and interaction, should be installed as a dependency automatically.
  • Voice navigation requires that you manually install a text-to-speech (TTS) engine – Mimic, Flite, PicoTTS and Espeak are supported. Their quality is about in that order, with Mimic and PicoTTS available from this repository. See corresponding TTS engines for language covereage.

Reasons for forking described at corresponding post.

License: GPLv3

Source code: https://github.com/rinigus/pure-maps

Translations: https://www.transifex.com/rinigus/pure-maps

Official TMO thread: https://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?p=1547484

Donations: https://rinigus.github.io/donate

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Application versions: 
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File harbour-pure-maps-1.2.0-1.noarch.rpm883.42 KB23/08/2018 - 17:07
File harbour-pure-maps-1.3.0-1.noarch.rpm900.37 KB26/08/2018 - 14:26
File harbour-pure-maps-1.3.1-1.noarch.rpm911.2 KB29/08/2018 - 16:46
File harbour-pure-maps-1.4.0-1.noarch.rpm968.28 KB03/09/2018 - 19:02
File harbour-pure-maps-1.4.2-1.noarch.rpm991.45 KB05/09/2018 - 20:25
File harbour-pure-maps-1.5.0-1.noarch.rpm1.03 MB16/09/2018 - 10:34
File harbour-pure-maps-1.5.1-1.noarch.rpm1.04 MB16/09/2018 - 21:40
File harbour-pure-maps-1.6.1-1.noarch.rpm1.05 MB23/09/2018 - 13:47
File harbour-pure-maps-1.7.0-1.noarch.rpm1.09 MB04/10/2018 - 22:12
File harbour-pure-maps-1.7.1-1.noarch.rpm1.09 MB07/10/2018 - 22:54

Comments

naytsyrhc's picture

I have a question. I already asked that before in comments section of WhoGo Maps:

https://openrepos.net/comment/24499#comment-24499

I just remembered it, as someone asked for it on TJC (here).

So the question is: is it possible to start pure maps by external command with coordinates or address search? If so, we could write a patch for calendar and contacts app to link location with whogo app and open it with corresponding location. Or is it even possible to somehow "register" PureMaps as Handler for locations and so "automagically" enable it in all applications?

 

 

rinigus's picture

I opened an issue for it: https://github.com/rinigus/pure-maps/issues/82

Right now its impossible, but would be reasonable to add this support

Kabouik's picture

This app is quickly transitionning from the best Sailfish routing app to one of the best routing apps regardless of the OS, very well done Rinigus.

I can't seem to be able to show the speed limits when navigating, either with "Always show" or "Only when exceeding" options, it still just shows my current speed. Am I missing something? I would need this badly tonight.

rinigus's picture

Thanks! For speed limits to work, all of the following has to be satisfied:

  • OSM Scout Server installed and having maps covering your region
  • OSM Scout Server either auto-started or started manually
  • The street you are on should have the data at OpenStreetMaps

In my country, coverage is quite decent, but don't expect it to show up everywhere. Coverage could also vary from one place to another. Try to set it to "Always show" and check if it will start showing up once in a while.

geminis65's picture

Already I have found the activation for voz.disculpa the inconveniences

Pohli's picture

Changelog to 1.7.1 is missing. Is it just a translation update?

rinigus's picture

Yes, its a translation update only. I was thinking whether to make full release @github too, but then forgot it.

Bocephus's picture

GPX support? Awesome! Too bad motorcycle season is almost over... ;)

HackThisFishh's picture

Yes, me too.

rinigus's picture

If its limited to J1, I will have hard time investigating it - no J1 over here and no wish to get one either :).

All I can offer is some insights on what has changed regarding Pure Maps versions. So, what was the earlier version where all was fine and what's now? Can it be related to changes in GPS reception?

monkeyisland's picture

Hi there strange thing today i used pure maps with my jolla 1
I got a horrible accu compensation. After 1 1/2 Hours , Battery down to 9 % from 51 %.
I used latest Sailfishos and latest Pure Maps.
anybody similar problems?

Pohli's picture

Thank you very much for the update! It's really awesome that this development is so fast and interactive.

Pohli's picture

Re German: No, not included. Release 2.6.3 is from July (see here). German corrections have been merged a few days ago (see here).

rinigus's picture

Lets hope they will make a release soon. Right now, it looks to be not a part of 2.6 (stable) tree, but in the master only

crakby's picture

I have a POI file with about 50 000 entrys. Is it possible to import?

rinigus's picture

Nope, its not via GUI. POI file is stored as a part of configuration in ~/.config/harbour-pure-maps. Its JSON array with POI objects. You could probably convert your file into this form yourself.

Now, I have not tested with so many POIs and I suspect that you'll be hitting some performance issues. If you go through it, feel free to report. I'll try to look into what I can change to account for large number of POIs.

crakby's picture

Which format to start from. I can get a GPI or an OV2 of the POI file. Do you know for which to go best?

And I'm asking for the POI which are already in the OSM files. I'm using the OSM Scout Server and there are a lot of POI. but I can not click on it. If I make a nearby search and choose "show all", then theses entrys have a clickable symbol. It would be great, if all POI's are clickable on the map view.

rinigus's picture

If its POIs that are in OSM already, then I would suggest not to do so. You cannot click on it due to the architecture of the system. I may work on such interactivity in future, but we will have to see when.

crakby's picture

No, not a POI already inside of OSM. It is a POI file from a Camper Club. I can get it as GPI or OV2. Maybe you know, which would be the best starting point, then I will apply for downloading it.

rinigus's picture

I see, sorry, I misunderstood :) . As for formats, I don't know much about them. If you can program, then mainly look on which of the formats you can read in into your script. For example, into Python. This will allow you to load the POIs and write them out into JSON file. But that requires for you or your friends to be able to program such conversion.

crakby's picture

I just looked around and found very interesting apps, to convert. Look at this:

gpsbabel

Should be manageable to convert it. Thanks for the feauture to use "any" for the nearby search.

rinigus's picture

I would have converted to GeoJSON and then used it as a basis for further conversion to Pure Maps format. But, in the end, its what format you are most comfortable with and which programming do you want to use.

crakby's picture

I will go for CSV and use PHP to create pure map json.PHP is powerfull with string operations.

paolomi's picture

POI support: thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pohli's picture

Thanks for this fork and active development! A note mentioning Pure Maps on the description page of WhoGo Maps would be nice.
I found in German directions that the grammar and spelling is wrong. How can I correct this? Is it a matter of Pure Maps or OSM Scout Server?

rinigus's picture

Re note: there is no hurry, let me establish it first.

Re German directions: if its in Valhalla instructions (router of OSM Scout Server and Stadia Maps) then you  can help on their Github page: https://github.com/valhalla/valhalla . Open an issue and suggest the solution

Pohli's picture

Re note: already done! ;-)
Re German directions: I think I used Valhalla. I find it a bit confusing that there are 5 routers to choose from. At the moment only Stadia Maps is working and only if I'm online. Otherwise it only returns "No results" instead of telling me to connect to internet first. OSM Scout doesn't work, it shows "Searching" for some time and crashes. In WhoGo Maps it worked. Anyway it would be nice to mark the routers which can be used offline. Same with map selection, there are so many to choose from. Does it matter regarding router selection which map I chose before? Or are any combinations possible?

rinigus's picture

Split and marking between online/offline is planned. Right now, offline router, geocoder, guide are marked already, but not the maps. For error handling, an issue has been opened as well.

Maps and other providers you could mix and match as you wish.

Online routers selection: you could always stick to the recommended one or an offline one. One of the routers is for Finland only, the other had keys abused by someone wiping out my quota.

If OSM Scout Server crashes, please file an issue and specify the route where it crashes, your hardware, and, if its working right now with WhoGo Maps, specify that too. If its client specific bug, file under Pure Maps. If its general failure, file under OSM Scout Server repo, all in GitHub.

Pohli's picture

Split and marking between online/offline is planned.

Nice!

Right now, offline router, geocoder, guide are marked already

I don't see where. Router selection page is only divided into Default and Alternatives sections.

lf OSM Scout Server crashes ...

I checked again and found out that it crashed because of maybe too many other apps running at the same time. Same behaviour with WhoGo Maps.
Now it works but still the route calculation needs very much time, much more than Stadia Maps. Is it cause I'm using slow Jolla 1 phone?
Btw: German directions are corrected now in Valhalla.

rinigus's picture

Re selection pages: you are right, I had, for some reason, thought that it was marked. Will have to do that then.

Re calculations: yes, its probably due to the slow hardware. On my device (onyx), its quite fast, frequently faster than Stadia Maps.

Re German: do you know if its included in the latest release (2.6.3)? I'll try to update Valhalla on SFOS when the next release will be out. You could alway ping me here if I miss it.

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