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#95 worksforme vehicle_gpsd is linked against the wrong gpsd library kazer anonymous
Description Target platform: EEEpc 701 FR

Due to a bug in my GPS device firware I had to download and compile the latest version of gpsd (2.37)
So I done it.

After, I download NavIt source from CSV repository, and compile performing the following steps:[[BR]]

1 - sudo ./autogen.sh[[BR]]

2 - sudo ./configure --disable-binding-python[[BR]]

3 - sudo make

Once it was done, I try to launch NavIt, but i got error messages (see binding copy / past on pastebin @ http://pastebin.com/f298f40fb)

Following checks done:[[BR]]
{{{
#> ls /home/user/navit/src/vehicle/gpsd/.libs/libvehicle*
/home/user/navit/src/vehicle/gpsd/.libs/libvehicle_gpsd.la
/home/user/navit/src/vehicle/gpsd/.libs/libvehicle_gpsd.lai
/home/user/navit/src/vehicle/gpsd/.libs/libvehicle_gpsd.so
/home/user/navit/src/vehicle/gpsd/.libs/libvehicle_gpsd.so.0
/home/user/navit/src/vehicle/gpsd/.libs/libvehicle_gpsd.so.0.0.0

#> sudo find /* -name libgps.so.17

/usr/local/lib/libgps.so.17
}}}
So libraries seem to be where they are supposed to be.

Probably due to the fact that vehicle_gpsd is linked against the wrong gpsd library
#97 worksforme too many POI KaZeR diegor@…
Description When zooming out often happens that a lot of poi are drawn, making the gui very slow, at least on neo1973, and also icons of poi hide the other elements like highways. Probably navit need an algorithm to choose what to draw based to the zoom factor.
#109 worksforme Segmentation fault if compiled with -g anonymous niccolo@…
Description I tried to compile a today CVS snapshot, I want to make a Debian package, so I used some Debian files that worked well for version 0.0.4. Now I get a segmentation fault when Navit starts and opens an OpenStreetMap binary file.

The problem disappear if I declare CFLAGS="-O2" option when invoking ./configure, the Debian makefile instead wish to run this:

./configure --host=i486-linux-gnu --build=i486-linux-gnu --prefix=/usr --mandir=${prefix}/share/man --infodir=${prefix}/share/info CFLAGS=

in this case configure will expand CFLAGS="-g -O2" causing the problem.

My environment is: Debian Lenny (Testing), gcc version 4.2.3 (Debian 4.2.3-2)
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