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I get a osm map with XML format. i want to show it as a picture on my own website. Is there a tool can help me process the XML file?

asked 22 Mar '11, 07:46

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closed 22 Mar '11, 11:19

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This question looks very similar to this one: http://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/3927/how-to-show-the-osm-file-on-my-own-website

What would you like to know that's not answered in that thread?

(22 Mar '11, 08:07) gnurk

sorry,it's really not the answer that i want

(22 Mar '11, 09:00) monument

Just because you don't like the answer doesn't mean that asking it again will magically change the answer.

(22 Mar '11, 10:26) petschge

The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Question" by TomH 22 Mar '11, 11:19

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answered 22 Mar '11, 08:54

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edited 22 Mar '11, 08:55

THX a lot ,that's it

(22 Mar '11, 11:54) monument

You could use Gimp: make a new file, create a text field, copy your XML into it, save as png or jpg and you're done: you got a xml-format map as a picture.

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answered 22 Mar '11, 11:14

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edited 22 Mar '11, 11:15

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