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  • Re: Example of adding a custom extension?

    Thanks. Perhaps we mis-understand each other. I know they've been doing this for routes on street maps. This is trail riding, the turns can be quite different

    wesblake 1 day ago
  • XML 1.0 vs XML 1.1 in GPX

    I just came across a GPX file that failed to work in my software, because it referenced XML 1.1 instead of XML 1.0 in the first line of the file:

    topografix 1 day ago
  • Re: Example of adding a custom extension?

    Hi, and welcome. The example syntax earlier in this thread should be enough. Garmin and TopoGrafix have numerous examples. (Some of Garmin's are better

    robertlipe 14 days ago
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A place for developers interested in creating a common XML format for exchanging GPS data to share information. GPX, the GPS eXchange Format, provides a lightweight XML specification for moving waypoints, routes, and tracks between GPS-enabled applications and websites. Membership is open to all.

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