[mkgmap-dev] splitter r241 and mkgmap r2378From GerdP gpetermann_muenchen at hotmail.com on Wed Nov 21 15:23:51 GMT 2012
Hi all, I've committed spltter r241: - added parameter --problem-report. If keep-complete is true this parm can be used to specify the output file for the generated problem list. The planet-xxx.kml files are no longer written. With r240 I started to implement a version info, but this doesn't work yet. @Steve: please can you review the build script? In the jar file I see two files: mkgmap-version.properties contains the correct svn.version splitter-version.properties has the correct name, but svn.version is "unknown" mkgmap r2378 is in the o5m_support branch. It allows to read o5m files. If you want to try o5m format with splitter and mkgmap, the tool chain should look similar to this: (download xxx.osm.pbf) osmconvert --drop-version xxx.osm.pbf -o=xxx.o5m java [JVM_opts] -jar splitter-problem-list-r241.jar [options] --output=o5m xxx.o5m java [JVM_opts] -jar mkgmap-o5m_support-r2378.jar -c templates.args or java [JVM_opts] -jar mkgmap-o5m_support-r2378.jar *.o5m A few numbers: I have a niedersachsen.osm.pbf with ca. 138Mb osmconvert requires ~ 10 seconds to write niedersachsen.o5m with ca. 173Mb splitter-problem-list-r241 a) input pbf, output pbf, keep-complete=false, overlap=2000 : 50 seconds, ~ 121 MB output b)input pbf, output pbf, keep-complete=true, overlap=0 : 117 seconds, ~ 118 MB output c) input o5m, output o5m, keep-complete=false, overlap=2000 : 22 seconds, ~ 181 MB output d) input o5m, output o5m, keep-complete=true, overlap=0 : 49 seconds, ~ 175 MB output mkgmap runs more or less with the same speed, no matter if o5m or pbf is used. Ciao, Gerd -- View this message in context: http://gis.19327.n5.nabble.com/splitter-r241-and-mkgmap-r2378-tp5736852.html Sent from the Mkgmap Development mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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