[Talk-ca] Shp2OSM : various questions
emilie.laffray at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 18:47:32 GMT 2009
> Emilie Laffray wrote:
>> Polyshp2osm is very simple and is mostly used for polygons. It is based
>> on Gdal. I haven't had time to fix it more recently. It is really a no
>> nonsense version of converting raw shapefile in OSM with support for
>> multipolygons (one outer broken into multiple outers, and same for inners).
> I've recently used polyshp2osm.py, after a bit of tweaking for our
> different set of shapefile records compared to what it was originally
> written for. It's not that hard to understand, even while I never did
> much, if any, python before.
> I didn't investigate the other tools. The shapefiles I was working with
> had POLYGON features, so there was no need to go beyond polyshp2osm.py.
Yup hence the reason why I modified it to be more current (not in SVN)
for the Corine import.
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