How to create offline map
vikas.saurabh at gmail.com
Sat Aug 9 14:47:36 CEST 2008
The command "om-locations-map-pack /tmp/diversity-maps my_map.eet" is self
sufficient to make the offline maps.
It would capture all your cached data (in /tmp/diversity-maps) and feed it
into my_map.eet file. Now, this file can server you as an offline map file.
When the application is told to use it, it would be able to show you the map
tiles even without internet connectivity.
On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 5:33 PM, Sjors Provoost <sjors at sprovoost.nl> wrote:
> Hi there,
> The new location application looks very promising. I'm glad to see it
> is using OpenStreetMap.
> I would like to create some offline maps the place that I live
> (Melbourne) and some places that I will be traveling to next week
> (Adelaide, Alice Springs, Katherine, Darwin).
> I've read http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Om2008.8_Locations but I do
> not understand the instructions at the end:
> > om-locations-map-pack /tmp/diversity-maps my_map.eet
> From the help:
> > om-locations-map-pack [-b base] [-d
> version,source,min_level,max_level,lon,lat,width,height] <cache-dir>
> I assume lon and lat refer to the center of the map? Width and height
> refer to the size of the map? In meters, in degrees?
> What is meant by version, source, min_level and max_level?
> One example would probably help me a lot.
> Kind regards,
> support mailing list
> support at lists.openmoko.org
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