This page describes a historic artifact
in the history of OpenStreetMap. It does not reflect the current situation, but instead documents the historical concepts, issues, or ideas
- Brigantine was a program to visualize and copy geometry and raster data that stored in various databases and raster and vector file formats for geospatial data (not limited to OSM).
- Reason for being historic
- It is not maintained any more and available on the historic Google Code platform only. Replaced by Nanogis.
- Captured time
||MIT License (free of charge)
||Windows and Linux
Deprecated - see Bark (C++ library). This program can visualize (panning, zooming, reprojection on the fly) and copy geometry and raster data that stored in databases:
The same is true for a variety of raster and vector file formats supported by GDAL/OGR (for example: OpenStreetMap PBF).
Also available OpenStreetMap tilemaps.