Hello

I'm working on some project and i need to convert OSM to KML and vice-versa ..

I crossed that link http://osm.dumoulin63.net/osm2kml/ and i think the results are very promising and could be of a great help for my problem .. but i need to integrate that into my work .

I dunno if this utility is open source but i'll appreciate it if any one could provide me with the code source of this .

Thank you very much , i will be wating of a response from you

asked 26 Aug '15, 13:32

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Then i can only recommend to search intensively or finally ask on

http://gis.stackexchange.com

(28 Aug '15, 15:35) stephan75

... or see the OSM wiki about Converting_map_data_between_formats ...

There are some hints for more (opensource?) apps dealing with OSM-KML

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answered 26 Aug '15, 19:54

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There's a link to the author's wiki user page on that site. I suggest that you ask them.

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answered 26 Aug '15, 13:36

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I know i visited his site and his wiki page and u searched everywhere for an email or anything that can help me contact him ! but i didn't found a way to contact the auther ..

(26 Aug '15, 13:58) TurkiNizar
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Click on "page utilisateur", then "osm" (in the box at the right), then "Send Message".

(26 Aug '15, 14:01) SomeoneElse ♦
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Well i need a php script ( or js ) that will allow me to convert from OSM to KML .. and vice versa if possible .. that so i can integrate it in my project .. can anybody help me with this ? i searched everywhere !!

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answered 28 Aug '15, 11:18

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