When I run
java -jar /mkgmap-r1632/mkgmap.jar --style-file=cyclemap --list-styles
from a directory containing cyclemap.TYP, I get the following error:
“Could not list style file cyclemap”
Why can’t I see the cyclemap styles? What am I doing wrong here?
I would like to create a map for Southern Germany, Austria and Northern Italy. Are there any tools or procedures for splitting the country osm files according to regions? I just found that there is a file specifically for the alps at geofabrik, so maybe I don’t need to know how to do this now, but if anyone can let me know how this is done, then I would appreciate it.
Are there any instructions for getting and including the topography data, as mentioned in the article above?
Thanks for your reply.
Regarding point 1, it seems that the rendering styles for opencyclemap.org are not freely available. Fair enough, I suppose, although with a name like opencyclemap, you would be forgiven for assuming it would be.
Regarding point 2, I noticed that shortly after having posted. My mistake.
Regarding point 3, splitter seems to split an osm file into more manageable chunks. I can’t work out how to use it to select an area to be written into a smaller osm file. Can this tool do this?
No, I don’t thnk that’s possible with splitter. You can do that with Osmosis: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmosis
It can extract the area within a bounding box or a polygon from an osm file. There’s some examples on that wiki page.
You can then split this into smaller pieces with splitter if you want.