Discuss Osmeditor (QT) here:
I had a look at the broken German street names in the OSM database. Looks like almost all of the ways where the street names are not valid UTF-8 have the tag <tag k="created_by" v="osmeditor2" />.
Could it be that there is an encoding issue in osmeditor2?
RalfZ 18:49, 18 December 2006 (UTC)
- Segmentation fault on "Read GPS" if no GPS data could be obtained
Compiling under Fedora 5
In order to compile under Fedora Core 5 I changed in directory svn.openstreetmap.org/editors/osm-editor:
QTINCPATH = /usr/lib/qt-3.3/include QTLIB = -lqt-mt QTLIBPATH = -L/usr/lib/qt-3.3/lib
97c97 < }; --- > } 99c99 < int removeSegment(Segment *s); --- > int Way::removeSegment(Segment *s);
43c43 < void generateShading(DrawSurface *ds,double shadingres); --- > void SRTMConGen::generateShading(DrawSurface *ds,double shadingres);
Attention, I do not know C++, so my changes may be very bad.
I don't know how to "make install" correctly. Changing in Makefile
53c53 < $(INSTALL) osmeditor2 $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/osmeditor2 --- > $(INSTALL) osmeditor $(DESTDIR)$(bindir)/osmeditor
eliminates the error messages, but it doesn't really work.. the icons are not loaded if program is not started from svn.openstreetmap.org/editors/osm-editor.
User:Fraczak 03:41, 23 May 2006
Propose page move 'Osmeditor' -> 'Osmeditor (old)'
I'm going to move this page to 'Osmeditor (old)' to make way for a disambiguation page. This is because (despite being a thoroughly unimaginative name to give to a piece of software) there are several other things called 'Osmeditor': Something here: Editors/Django and something recently launched by ESRI.
...unless someone can think of a more useful word to stuff in the wiki page title. 'Osmeditor (QT)' perhaps.
-- Harry Wood 14:34, 20 July 2011 (BST)
- DONE I've moved it to 'Osmeditor (QT)' -- Harry Wood 15:55, 24 August 2011 (BST)