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[mkgmap-dev] Garmin map smaller than JOSM .osm save

From Jakob Mühldorfer mail at jmuehldorfer.de on Wed Sep 21 11:12:45 BST 2016

Just an FYI, there is a faster and more reliable way than this painfully 
slow downloading along track

  * Grab a large area from something like geofabrik
  * In JOSM get the "poly" plugin
  * Create an empty data layer, draw a closed line around your track
  *  From the normal save menu, save it as ".poly" file
  * Split the large .osm.pbf with osmosis like this: "osmosis --read-pbf
    dach-latest.osm.pbf --bp file=track.poly --write-pbf track.osm.pbf"

Am 21.09.2016 um 10:11 schrieb nwastra:
> Hi
> I have used JOSM to download a section of the OSM along a railway 
> corridor doing 4 saves into the same layer, then updated the data and 
> saved the lot as an .osm file. I did it this way because the area was 
> too big for one download using JOSM.
> But only a portion is made into a Garmin map for my eTrex, the last of 
> the 4 sections saved.
> The dropbox image shows the size as JOSM sees the osm file when 
> reloaded and the gmapsupp.img is the red rectangle 
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/hfeo5zi48wxapl8/JOSM_save.png?dl=0
> Is this the expected result? I wanted all the .osm saved file to be 
> made into the gmapsupp.img
> I have tried this process several times with the same result.
> Here is the command used from iMac El Capitan 10.11.6 with Java8 
> Update 101.
> /Library/Internet\
> Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home/bin/java -jar
> /Applications/mkgmap-r3695/mkgmap.jar
> —gmapsupp
> --style=default
> —transparent
> --description="Mkgmap”
> --family-name="OpenStreetmap Mkgmap”
> --series-name="Josm “
> --area-name="default “
> —route
> --drive-on=left
> --output-dir=/Users/MyDirectory/Documents/JOSM/Save_OSM_file/ 
> /Users/MyDirectory/Documents/JOSM/Save_OSM_file/Josm_save.osm
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