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[mkgmap-dev] hgt2osm questions

From osm@pinns osm at pinns.co.uk on Mon Nov 13 09:34:15 GMT 2017

Hi Frank

Thanks for the update.

Yes, I 've been using osmosis to merge, as well. I think you are right, 
that must be the best solution

N49W004, Oops my mistake.

BTW , with BuildDemFile I find the usedummy data option  to be essential 
when tiles include a coastline.

Excellent Job



On 13/11/2017 09:16, Frank Stinner wrote:
> Hi,
> 1) It's a mistake. You can use lat/lon multiple. Only this tiles you 
> can merge. But i think, that's useless. It's better to take the 
> necessary results and merge this with osmosis (see 
> https://github.com/FSofTlpz/Hgt2Osm2/blob/master/README.md)
> 2) Oops, a stupid error. Usual i don't use lat/lon. Using --HgtPath is 
> easier for me.
> 3) Unfortunately i can't reproduce this effekt. You have probably do 
> that (?):
> hgt2osm --HgtPath=E:\Dem\All_UK_HGT_Data\ --Mergefile=e:\devonall2.osm
> The prog take then all HGT's in the hgt-path, produce files like 
> clN40W006.osm.gz and at last e:\devonall2.osm.
> I see "==> Lese Ausgangsdaten 49° -4° ...". Have you really a file 
> N49W004.hgt.zip or S04E049.hgt.zip? I think, that's all water between 
> france and GB or eastwards from africa.
> I have updated the prog.
> Frank
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