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otrk2.xml format conversion
« on: June 02, 2020, 08:39:53 »
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I have IGN map files in: "otrk2.xml", is it possible to convert them into files compatible with Locus Maps, and how?
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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2020, 08:34:51 »
Hello,
I do not have personal experience with this format, but usually most of the map formats is possible to convert with mapc2mapc application, so you may give it a try.
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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2020, 08:45:44 »
Hello,
I looked at the mapc2mapc software does not take the .xml extensions. But thank you anyway.
 

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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2020, 20:39:08 »
Hello ... hmm, isn't this otrk2 format of OruxMaps app? Did you tried to add your maps into Locus Map (into Locus/maps folder or any subfolder)? Because app should be able to load these maps, so give it a try.
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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2020, 11:47:33 »
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  my problem is that the files “otrk2.xml are contained in a folder representing a region. So there are a multitude of them each time. I tried to put a complete folder in Locus, but it does not take it . Could I try to delete part of the extension: "otrk2.xml" in ".xml".
 

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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2020, 12:15:10 »
Hmm not sure. The app should anyway load a directory with a single xml file and single map file. Multiple files in single directory were never tested. If this does not work, you may share some small map with me so I may test it on my own device more precisely.
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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #6 on: June 13, 2020, 08:47:57 »
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I am attaching a file contained in a folder to you. There are twenty folders to make a department. If Locus can read it, how to put the twenty folders so that they come together to form this department?
 

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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #7 on: June 15, 2020, 09:25:37 »
Hello, hmm, but you have also a map sqlite file with the same name as this ortk2.xml file, don't you?

Simply: Locus Map should be able to read a single X.otrk2.xml + OruxMapsImages.db (or X.sqlite) in the directory. So if you create this structure

Locus
- maps
-- myMap
--- Aveyron-16000 15 (01).otrk2.xml
--- Aveyron-16000 15 (01).sqlite

It should work correctly. If such map won't work, share whole map with me (so not just XML file), thanks.
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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #8 on: June 15, 2020, 18:00:10 »
Hello
The entire map of the Aveyron department is designed like this:
Aveyron folder
    - folder Aveyron-16000 15 (01)
               Aveyron-16000 15 (01) .otrk2.xml
               OruxMapsImages.db
     -folder Aveyron-16000 15 (02)
                 Aveyron-16000 15 (02)
                 OruxMapsImages.db
And this repeated 34 times, more
       -folder  Aveyron-64000 file 13 (1)
                     Aveyron-64000 13 (1) .otrk2.xml
                     OruxMapsImages.db
this repeated 3 times and finally once
          -folder Aveyron-128000 12
                    Aveyron-128000 13.otrk2.xml
                    OruxMapsImages.db

  does that mean anything to you and what should i change to make it readable on Locus
 

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Re: otrk2.xml format conversion
« Reply #9 on: June 17, 2020, 16:06:19 »
To be true, I do not know.
I've wrote you above how this structure for single map should look like. Experiment with single map or share some data for the test.
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