[OSM-dev] tiles at home / inkscape error

Jason Reid osm at bowvalleytechnologies.com
Thu Jun 14 20:06:56 BST 2007


mike wrote:
> Can anyone help with this?  I can render a fairly sparse tile, but 
> what I really wanted to do was render some tiles for bristol city 
> center, which is pretty well populated.
>
> I guess this means it might be memory proplems, but my dev PC is not 
> too bad to memory:
>
> mike at 3[tilesAtHome]$ free
>              total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
> Mem:       1034896     316672     718224          0       8740     182324
> -/+ buffers/cache:     125608     909288
> Swap:       522072      87760     434312
>
> Here's the error I'm getting:
>
>
> mike at 3[tilesAtHome]$ ./tilesGen.pl xy 2018 1362
> - Using working directory /tmp/
> * Please upgrade to inkscape 0.45.1 due to security problems with your 
> inkscape version:
> - Inkscape version 0.43
> - xmlstarlet version 1.0.0
> - zip is present
> - pngcrush version 1.6.2
> - Uploading with username "CHANGEME"
> - Using OSM username "fluffymike%40googlemail.com"
> - Configured Layer: default
> - Configured Layer: maplint
> This is version 3194 (Inverness) of tilesgen running on linux
> [#1   0% jobinit] Doing tileset 2018,1362 (area around 
> 51.481305,-2.592773)
> [#1   5% default] Rendering... sh: line 1:  9467 
> Aborted                 LANG=C nice "inkscape" -w 2048 -h 256 
> --export-area= 0.000000:768.159405:878.910000:877.896463 
> --export-png="/tmp//8102.png_part" "/tmp/output-8102-z15.svg" 
> >/tmp//8102.stdout 2>/tmp//8102.stderr
> ERROR
>   The following command produced an error message:
>   LANG=C nice "inkscape" -w 2048 -h 256 
> --export-area=0.000000:768.159405:878.910000:877.896463 
> --export-png="/tmp//8102.png_part" "/tmp/output-8102-z15.svg" > 
> /tmp//8102.stdout
>   Debug output follows:
>   |
>   | Emergency save activated!
>   | Emergency save completed. Inkscape will close now.
>   | If you can reproduce this crash, please file a bug at 
> www.inkscape.org <http://www.inkscape.org>
>   | with a detailed description of the steps leading to the crash, so 
> we can fix it.
>   | ** Message: Error: Inkscape encountered an internal error and will 
> close now.
>   |
> [#1   5% default] LANG=C nice "inkscape" -w 2048 -h 256 
> --export-area=0.000000:768.159405:878.910000:877.896463 
> --export-png="/tmp//8102.png_part" "/tmp/output- 8102-z15.svg" > 
> /tmp//8102.stdout failed
>
First thing I'd check is if you can (easily) update to the newest 
Inkscape, which I believe is 0.45.1. Memory wise you look to be fine, so 
thats my first suggestion.




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