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|Author:||Bernhard R. Fischer (User:Rahra)|
|Platforms:||Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, macOS, and Windows|
|License:||GNU General Public License v3|
Smrender is a powerful, flexible, and modular rule-based rendering engine for OSM data. It is mainly intended to create paper charts for print-out but can be used for tile creation and other tasks as well. Because of its generic OSM processing engine it may be used for different tasks such as data filtering, data modification, or complex data analysis and statistics.
Developed by User:Rahra. More information about Smrender and its development is appearing on his blog: http://www.cypherpunk.at/ early development focus seems to be on rendering experiments related to OpenSeaMap
A detailed documentation is found at its official home page .
Have a look at  for some examples, e.g. the German INT 1463 in high quality A0 format.