Andreas Putzo <andr...@putzo.net> writes:
> it would give weird results with mapnik. I will add this file as an example
> in /usr/share/doc/osm2pgsql/examples/.
Thanks, I'll probably get a notification when this hits unstable and I
can add this info to the wiki?
Btw, is debian's mapnik/osm2pgsql generally up-to-date enough to
render openstreetmap tiles? I'm having hard time trying to judge this
from the wiki since http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osm2pgsql just
has a vague warning
"Be warned: the packages might be old. If you see rendering artifacts,
try compiling osm2pgsql from source. "
without telling which exact versions of mapnik and osm2pgsql work
My personal need to run mapnik currently only involves rendering a
city with custom styles and updating it with hourly diffs from a
cronjob. It would be terrific if the debian package came with a tested
and known-to-work script to setup rendering of some test city
automatically :-) (hint, hint) As a bonus, you could use this to test
that the shipped versions of osm2pgsl and mapnik work together well.
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