Started by Menion, May 19, 2011, 15:17:56
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Quote from: "menion"Rob: I don't see it much useful. Firstly you cannot actually add photo to track so you can only export one poi category (and you will then receive one exported file and one directory). I don't see it hard to search these two object in export folder structure.
QuoteAbout exporting. It's hard for me to debug it. Are you at experienced with logcat or do you use some soft like aLogCat? because on my Xoom and DHD, all works fine as I wrote before. So I'll try simulator now and then probably I should do some testing version with debug messages that you can catch thanks to aLogCat
Quote from: "durian"Quote from: "rijackson741"Osmosis was easy to get going - I downloaded osmosis, downloaded the trove jar (link is on the mapsforge page, and installed the plugin in my home directory. It worked without problems (tried on both my MacBook, and a debian server at work).-peter
Quote from: "rijackson741"Osmosis was easy to get going - I downloaded osmosis, downloaded the trove jar (link is on the mapsforge page, and installed the plugin in my home directory. It worked without problems (tried on both my MacBook, and a debian server at work).-peter
Quote from: "durian"First of all, I downloaded and unzipped osmosis-0.38. There is a bin directory there with the osmosis.bat file, and a file called osmosis. The latter I can run from the command line in OS X/linux, like this. Assume I am in the same folder I unzipped the osmosis archive. Then I can run "osmosis-0.38/bin/osmosis" to start osmosis. The osmosis script in the bin directory finds all the files it needs. I am assuming (hoping :-) ) the bat file will do the same. Maybe you can try to start osmosis like that?
Quote from: "durian"Then I downloaded the trove software from //http://sourceforge.net/projects/trove4j/files/trove/ I unzipped it and put the trove-3.0.0rc2.jar into this directory: osmosis-0.38/lib/default/
Quote from: "durian"For the mapfile-writer plugin something similar. First I downloaded the mapsforge-mapfile-writer-0.2.3.jar from //http://code.google.com/p/mapsforge/downloads/list This I put (and now te problems will start ) into this directory in my home directory: .openstreetmap/osmosis/plugins/ (openstreetmap starts with a dot). I'm not sure how that translates to WIndows though...
Quote from: "durian"Hm, I guess I am not much help, but maybe it helps a little.
Quote from: "durian"Some more maps:Great Britain: //http://dl.dropbox.com/u/24093622/great_britain.osm.map
Quote from: "rijackson741"Thanks. That got me there
Quote from: "rijackson741"Now, like Menion, I am having trouble with anything other than very small maps though. Without the type=hd option I get an out of heap space error. With the type=hd option I successfully converted Delaware, but that is only 3.7Mb. It looks fine in Locus. I get a runtime error trying to convert New Hampshire though, which is 22Mb (not exactly huge either!). I'll have to play around a little to see if I can get past this latest hurdle.
Quote from: "durian"Did you try changing the heapspace in the osmosis.bat file? I added "JAVACMD_OPTIONS=-Xmx3000m" to the osmosis start-up script to get more memory.