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I have used following command and give osm.xml file.

./generate_xml.py osm.xml /osm_tiles/ma_raster.xml --dbname gis --user postgres --password qawsedr --port 5432  --extent -8182889,5011827,-7776653,5265668 --accept-none

But, osm.xml is for vector data, I want to use xml for raster data. So can any one please help me in it?

asked 30 Jun '14, 10:15

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I'm not quite sure what you mean by "I want to use xml for raster data". Do you mean you want raster data (map tiles, or a PNG or similar) or some other XML format - and if so which?

Can you give an example of the format that you're looking for?

(30 Jun '14, 10:20) SomeoneElse ♦

I want to say that, I have raster data (.jpg images) and I want to generate tiles of that raster data.

(04 Jul '14, 11:49) unnatip

Not really an OpenStreetMap question, but a quick web search suggests some possibilities.

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answered 04 Jul '14, 12:13

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