These boundaries are then displayed in the Imagery Preferences dialog:
- Import XML files describing imagery entries, compliant with the XML Schema located at http://josm.openstreetmap.de/maps-1.0, to a JOSM data layer.
- Export a data layer, or selected objects to such a XML file.
- Edit boundaries, just by using classic JOSM edition tools.
- Direct and syntax-colored view of corresponding XML code for a data layer or selected objects.
The plugin is available on OSM SVN and can be installed from Plugins tab in JOSM (version 4488 or later) preferences:
Just open a file (Ctrl-O) and select a XML file using the extension *.imagery.xml:
If you want to edit http://josm.openstreetmap.de/maps, you can open it with using Ctrl-L shortcut (File -> Open Location, only with JOSM 4523 or later):
Note that the selected XML file is first validated against the XSD. However, the plugin allows you to bypass this check if you desperately need to open an invalid file (at your own risks):
Just save a layer using "Save" or "Save as" and select the same extension as for import:
Well, you already know how to use JOSM, right ? :)
You can view the corresponding XML code using right click menu on any layer/closed way/multipolygon relation in JOSM main dialogs:
This opens a dialog window allowing you to copy XML code:
If you find a bug, please open a ticket on JOSM trac: http://josm.openstreetmap.de/newticket. Remember first to check you are at least using the last stable versions of JOSM and its plugins.