[OSM-talk] SIGSEG in osm-editor
Nick.Whitelegg at solent.ac.uk
Sun Feb 26 09:48:03 GMT 2006
Joerg Ostertag <openstreetmap at ostertag.name>
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>I hope I don't seem aekward if I now ask more dump questions:
>- How can I upload *.gpx Files with osmedit2 ?
You can't (yet) upload GPX files with osmeditor2, you have to do it through
the web interface. There's a possibility that the 0.3 API will include a
facility to upload GPX files via the API; if that happens, osmeditor2 will
immediately support GPX upload. If not, I will probably implement it
anyway, but it's awkward to simulate 'multipart/form data' ('input
type=file') HTTP requests so I'm waiting to see if 0.3 will support GPX
upload via the API (Steve?)
However, you can upload nodes and segments created with osmeditor2 direct
to OSM, via the "Upload to OSM" menu option.
Before Christmas, Tom and Mikel (I think) recommended upload of all raw GPX
data to OSM to "prove" the map data isn't copyright. What I do is upload
the raw GPX via the web interface and create and upload the nodes/segments
osmeditor2 will not (yet) support GPX save/load, only the native 'OSM'
format. However osmeditor will support GPX save/load and native 'OSM'
save. So if you need to read a GPX *file*, load it into osmeditor, save as
OSM and load it back into osmeditor2. GPX save/load will be put back into
osmeditor2 as soon as I have the time....
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