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Hi I want something simpler than clicking a track Thanks in advance

asked 23 Sep '10, 14:15

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edited 03 Oct '10, 18:59

Two steps:

  1. Retrieve the data from OSM,
  2. export them to the required format.

For #1, it depends on what you mean by “administrative boundaries”. You can use XAPI (e.g. every boundary=administrative element), or retrieve the OSM data in any other way.

Then, to convert OSM data to IGC, you can use GPSBabel.

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answered 24 Sep '10, 23:59

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You can obtain administrative boundary at http://downloads.cloudmade.com/

And convert them with gpsbabel. I try this, but it fail because there is more than 99 route in osm file. Maybe look at an other destination file format.

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answered 30 Sep '10, 21:09

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XAPI isn't useful for me because waypoints are sorted by ways. When, in one relation, one ways finish next waypoint is sometimes from distant point what create a web on real boundary is some software. For single relations OSM Relation Analyzer is better.

I think from Cloudmade you can obtain all boundaries what is too much for me.

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answered 03 Oct '10, 18:58

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