GeoFramework 2.0

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This project was formerly a commercial library maintained by the company "GeoFrameworks" for two components it sold (GPS.NET and GIS.NET) from 2004 to 2009. Classes such as Angle, Distance, Speed, Latitude, Longitude, and Position simplify common geographic programming tasks.

http://geoframework.codeplex.com/

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