call the executable usr4conv_module.exe from the cmd prompt
call the executable usr4conv_module from the terminal prompt
or when using the source code call
(Please note that Python 2.7 is the minimum requirement)
The converter has a couple of switches to steer the execution.
The switch -h prints the help for the converter and exits.
The following default values are used
- Default input file name is WaypointsRoutesTrails.usr
- Default output file name is output.gpx
- Default logfile filename is logfile.txt
- -i [input file name]: specify a different input file name
- -o [output file name]: specify a different output file name
- -l [logfile name]: specify a different logfile name
GPSbabel has a very nice feature to show the results of a conversion directly in a google map widget. Thus you directly can check where your trails, waypoints and routes are located on the map.
The same feature I would like to see in this converter but this requires some more programming.