[OSM-dev] Need to convert OSM XML map data to SVG TINY
jochen at remote.org
Wed Jan 31 14:48:07 GMT 2007
On Sun, Jan 28, 2007 at 12:09:54PM +0200, George Sgouros wrote:
> I am on my way on creating a map-based app for mobile phones using J2ME and JSR226 (svg). After discovering openstreetmaps sometime ago, I cannot think of anything else but osm to use as a map source for my app.
> However I do have a problem. Osmarender currently only supports XML to SVG FULL conversion. It would be really nice if it could directly produce an SVG TINY file.
> I thought about tweeking osmarender.xsl in order to make it output an SVG-TINY file instead of SVG-FULL, however I found it a bit overwhelming.
> I COULD of course use Adobe Illustrator or a similar app to make the conversion from svg full to svg tiny. However, what I think as the best approach is a command line tool which could directly produce SVG-TINY files using the osm xml files.
> So I was wondering if anybody could help me locate (or maybe easily create) an XSL file for Osmarender which will produce an SVG TINY file.
> A command line converter from SVG Full to SVG tiny would also be useful. Does anybody happen to know such a tool?
Looking at the spec it seems that SVG tiny does not support masking,
clipping, and markers which are all used in Osmarender4. So we are
definitly loosing something there. We could probably have a switch in
Osmarender to produce SVG tiny files instead of normal SVG and just have
to live without those features then. Would you be able to test SVG tiny
files on your phone, if I send them to you? I don't have any SVG tiny
applications to test with.
Jochen Topf jochen at remote.org http://www.remote.org/jochen/ +49-721-388298
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