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[mkgmap-dev] Converting S-57/ENC -> Garmin Format?

From Nick Hughes nixon8890 at gmail.com on Sat Aug 17 00:31:17 BST 2013

On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 6:38 PM, Nick Hughes <nixon8890 at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 4:25 PM, Malcolm Herring <
> malcolm.herring at btinternet.com> wrote:
>> On 16/08/2013 20:45, Nick Hughes wrote:
>> > Do you happen to know how much of the original data is retained and/or
>> > milage this convertor has seen?
>> It converts all the S57 objects & attributes within the ENC file, with
>> the option to selectively filter. The converter is an unfinished
>> project, in that the line/area object processing is incomplete. Since I
>> am in the the process of porting searender to Java, I have stopped work
>> on the original, with the long-term aim of doing direct 8211-OSM
>> conversion. However, the renderer must come first!
>> The only mileage s57toosm has seen is my testing it with random NOAA,
>> Dutch RWS & German WSV charts.
> Ok, how far along is the Java port?
> I converted one NOAA chart and opened the OSM.xml with JOSM.  Apologies if
> I'm a bit new to this, I'm usually developing kernel code.  It was just a
> bunch of dots representing nodes.  There were no icons for each node, which
> I suspect is correct behavior.  There was no information on depth soundings
> or buoy pathways.  So I'm suspecting that the converter needs enhancements
> in this area?

FYI I saw the "all" option.  I tested "ways" and JOSM has issues reading
the OSM file.

> I will start by reading up on S-57 and ISO 8211.
> Thanks again,
> Nick
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