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Maperitive

by klangfarbe ST2/ST3

Syntax definition and code snippets for Maperitive - a tool to render custom maps based on OpenStreetMap data.

Details

  • 2018.05.13.18.36.45
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 9 months ago
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Maperitive for Sublime Text

This Sublime Text package adds Syntax definition and Code Snippets for Maperitive - a tool which allows yout to render your custom maps based on OpenStreetMap data.

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Installation

Via Package Control

The easiest way to install is by using Will Bonds great Package Control.

  • Open the Command Pallete by typing cmd + shift + p (OS X) or ctrl + shift + p (Windows, Linux)
  • Start typing package install
  • Look for the package Maperitive

Manual installation

Clone the project repository into your Sublime Packages directory:

git clone https://github.com/klangfarbe/sublime-maperitive.git

Usage

Syntax highlighting will automatically available when opening .mrules files which is the default file extension used by Maperitive.

Code Snippets

All snippets start with the prefix osm:. Currently for all Rendering Properties code snippets exists and can be accessed by typing osm:<property name>.

Writing rendering rules

Since this is out of scope please see the projects homepage at http://maperitive.net for more information about the tool and have a look into the comprehensive documentation on how to write rendering rules.