[Accessibility] .osm file to loadstone file

rj rjonav at xs4all.nl
Fri Apr 27 08:42:04 BST 2012

Hi Peter, Hi list,

I used the tool from the site you named to convert the .osm file for the
Nethrerlands I downloaded from http://download.geofabrik.de/osm/ 

After importing the file in Loadstone on the phone  it knows all the
intersections. This works fine for me. (thanks for the idea)

I used the source under linux but some other people need to run the tool
under windows and  the osm.exe file does not run.
How do you use the tool under windows?


> From: Peter Vágner <peter.v at datagate.sk>
> Reply-to: Accessibility <accessibility at openstreetmap.org>
> To: Accessibility <accessibility at openstreetmap.org>
> Subject: Re: [Accessibility] Getting know
> Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 15:31:42 +0100
> Hello,
> Sorry guys for going a bit off topic.
> I think currently osm has the most accessible and conprehensive
> data for my region, that is central slovakia.
> What I am using currently is loadstone gps on a nokia E52.
> I've downloaded the whole slovakia as an osm file, used loadstone
> http://code.google.com/p/loadstonetools/ to generate the data
> for loadstone import.
> Finally I've used dbshell http://sites.google.com/site/garawaa/ to 
> create a loadstone database on the PC
> Currently I do have proper intersections and POIs in my loadstone 
> database and I am verry happy about it.
> I know this doesn't talk about future improvements and sounds rather 
> selfish but I feel it's good to thank you all the osm contributors 
> because witch such an incredible coverage this way we might be able
> enhance just any navigational app of choice.
> Greetings
> Peter
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