From: Sebastian Johnck <zebathon@ya...> - 2004-02-02 22:28:12
Does the saroute file type include a .dmt file? I'm
trying to convert a .dmt route to mapsource and not
getting any working results.
I tried this command below.
E:\programs\gpsBabel>gpsbabel.exe -r -i saroute -f
sdata.dmt -o mapsource -F e:\docs\downloads\test.mps
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From: Robert Lipe <robertlipe@us...> - 2004-02-02 22:44:48
Sebastian Johnck wrote:
> Does the saroute file type include a .dmt file? I'm
There's nothing called out that mentions that in the source. Do you
have any information on this file type, or can you provide a small one
Shich strain of street atlas is this?
From: Robert Lipe <robertlipe@us...> - 2004-02-03 02:33:33
> > Does the saroute file type include a .dmt file? I'm
> Shich strain of street atlas is this?
OK, I've pulled the sample file you sent me (thank you) into SA 2003.
You can't convert this to a Mapsource track/route becuase it isn't a
track/route file. It's a map file which contains, amongst other things,
almost 60 route files.
If I pull it into SA2003, it will create a bunch of little routes in
\DeLorMe Docs\Navigation corresponding to what I think those are. If
I pick one at random, ("ts 11 show low, az.anr") and crack it open, it
looks like the kind of file we think we should be able to read, but we
see it's a version 7 file with 13 route headers, but once we get past
the headers, the actual route count is zero.
If I take just that .anr and feed it SA it doesn't like it, either, so
apparenly those files are either subtly malformed or I don't really know
what they are.
I'm afraid that someone more familiar with SA is going to have to help
out with this. Perhaps they can provide the data in a more obvious way.