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MapPDF - Ruby map PDF renderer ============================== This is an experimental PDF renderer from MapCSS stylesheets. == Dependencies == * Jochen Topf's OSMlib (http://osmlib.rubyforge.org/) * Prawn (http://prawn.majesticseacreature.com/) * Ruby MapCSS parser (https://github.com/systemed/mapcss_ruby) * RQuad (https://github.com/iterationlabs/rquad) NOTE: current Prawn will not work perfectly. You need a slight patch to lib/prawn/images.rb - see comments in lib/pdf_renderer/point_item.rb. You'll still get a map without this patch, but the icons will be offset. == How to use == See pdf_test.rb. In short: 1. (OSMlib) Read your OSM data into a database 2. (mapcss_ruby) Create a 'parent objects' dictionary 3. (mapcss_ruby) Read the MapCSS file into a RuleSet 4. (mappdf_ruby) Create a MapSpec with the bounding box and map area parameters 5. (Prawn) Create a PDF 6. (mappdf_ruby) Tell the MapSpec to draw onto it == To do == * Better text offset == Not currently supported == * Dash decoration (arrows etc.) * Underline == Licence and author == WTFPL. You can do whatever the fuck you want with this code. Code by Richard Fairhurst, autumn 2011. OpenStreetMap data by OpenStreetMap contributors (CC-BY-SA).