How to create offline map
sjors at sprovoost.nl
Sat Aug 9 15:00:15 CEST 2008
Thanks. But in the Installer it is possible to download maps of
cities. How would I create such a package?
On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 10:47 PM, Vikas Saurabh <vikas.saurabh at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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>
>> > <output>
>> 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,
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