Subject: Re: CoreLocation



There is no CoreLocation framework in Leopard. The simulator has a hardcoded coordinate it uses when simulating a GPS fix. (That location is 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino).

The closest you'd be able to get is to get the machine's external IP address and try to get a location on that.

Dave

On Mar 26, 2009, at 2:30 PM, Development wrote:

Is there anything in MacOS X 10.5x that provides the same functionality as CoreLocation does? I'm assuming that there is a gps locator in my Laptop since simulator applications using gps appear to work. Maybe I'm just totally wrong.
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