[Loadstone] About OSM Converter
emanuelboboiu at gmail.com
Wed Jul 17 19:16:15 BST 2013
It's a good thing to have OSM points in the PSE database.
I've just tried to download 10 kilometers around my location 5 minutes ago,
but I think there is an error. When I pressed the Download button, in the
file name edit field of the Save As dialog box appeared:
I accessed “Get Data Near a Point”.
Another question is:
The points found in the PSE database are updated periodically, or they were
insert there sometime ago, or they are retrieved from OSM database
From: Shawn Kirkpatrick
Sent: Wednesday, July 17, 2013 4:23 AM
To: loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] About OSM Converter
You should try downloading points from the loadstone point share exchange.
The osm data has been integrated in to our data so you won't need the
converter. Trying to fit an entire country in to a loadstone database just
isn't going to work, the data would be too big. Using the point share you
can select the region or regions you actually need making the data small
enough to fit in to the database.
On Tue, 16 Jul 2013, Emanuel Boboiu wrote:
> Hi there and thanks again for Loadstone, I use it to find routes in my
> City, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
> Of course there are many others who use it, at least here I know some of
> Recently I downloaded the new OSM map for Romania, but it is now 2,38 GB
> in size.
> I would like to convert it into loadstone database format, but I think the
> file is too large and the error message says that the “data.osm” file
> doesn’t exist.
> What should we do to have the new maps, larger and of course more
> Emanuel Boboiu
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