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Easier updates
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As we discuss issues on the forum it is probably best we are all on the same page. 

It would be good to have Pypilot updates included in the update section in Openplotter. 

The Opencpn plugins update in Openplotter should ideally update the Pypilot plugin from your repository. The latest one from the apt-get instructions on OpenCPN website is based on someone else's fork and still has the reversed controls when disengaged. I tried to build from your repository but struggled with wxwidgets dependencies.
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(04-22-2019, 11:22 AM)Saqqara Wrote: As we discuss issues on the forum it is probably best we are all on the same page. 

It would be good to have Pypilot updates included in the update section in Openplotter. 

The Opencpn plugins update in Openplotter should ideally update the Pypilot plugin from your repository. The latest one from the apt-get instructions on OpenCPN website is based on someone else's fork and still has the reversed controls when disengaged. I tried to build from your repository but struggled with wxwidgets dependencies.

same happed to me  .... would be verry nice to have an automatc update routine sowehre .... best in OP
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#3
I am working on this for the next version of openplotter.

The pypilot plugin maybe should be no longer handled with the other plugins since it needs to be synchronized to the pypilot version.
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