Merkaartor

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Merkaartor
Screenshot of Merkaartor
Authors: Bart Vanhauwaert, Chris Browet, Ladislav Láska and others.
License: GNU General Public License (free of charge)
Platforms: Windows, Linux, Unix, and macOS
Version: 0.18.3 (2016-09-06)
Language: English
Website: http://merkaartor.be
Source code: https://github.com/openstreetmap/merkaartor
Programming languages: C++ and Qt

Good editor with styling

Merkaartor is an OpenStreetMap editor for Linux, macOS and Windows, distributed under the GNU General Public License.

Features

Merkaartor has some unique features such as...

  • Map view near-WYSIWYG, anti-aliased, with road names
  • Transparent display of map features like roads, amenities and areas
  • Style editor for the map display, including multiple styles
  • Support for handling separated highways
  • Easy up/download from OpenStreetMap data
  • Render an area with the current style (SVG or Bitmap)
  • Native application (developed with the Qt4 toolkit), thus no need for installing a Java Runtime Environment.
  • Import NMEA files
  • Live connection to your GPS
  • Experimental mobile device support (Pocket PCs)
  • View your GPS tracks and geotagged photos without the need to upload them

See also