CoreGPX is a port of iOS-GPX-Framework to Swift language.
CoreGPX currently supports all GPX tags listed in GPX v1.1 schema, along with the recent addition of GPX v1.0 support. It can generate and parse GPX compliant files on iOS, macOS and watchOS.
As it makes use of
XMLParser for parsing GPX files, CoreGPX is fully dependent on the
Foundation API only.
Codablein essential classes
GPXExtensionsfor both parsing and creating.
CoreGPX is documented using jazzy.
You can read the documentation here, which documents most of the important features that will be used for parsing and creating of GPX files.
CoreGPX supports CocoaPods, Carthage, as well as Swift Package Manager, such that you can install it, any way you want.
To install using CocoaPods, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
CoreGPX works with Carthage as well, simply add the following line to your Cartfile:
Check out the wiki page for some basic walkthroughs of how to use this library.
Alternatively, you may check out the Example app, by cloning the repo,
pod install and running the Example project.
Check out the Extras folder for some extra helper codes that may help you with using CoreGPX. Simply drag and drop it into your project to use.
Contributions to this project will be more than welcomed. Feel free to add a pull request or open an issue. If you require a feature that has yet to be available, do open an issue, describing why and what the feature could bring and how it would help you!
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CoreGPX is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.
|Last commit: 8 weeks ago|
This update includes better compatibility for Linux users. While parsing GPX via CoreGPX on Linux, date-related parsing should be improved.
iOS, iPadOS, watchOS and macOS users should not experience any differences between usage of 0.9.1 and 0.9.2.
Special thanks for @Gerzer for making this linux compatibility possible!
Full Changelog: https://github.com/vincentneo/CoreGPX/compare/0.9.1...0.9.2