OpenOrienteering Mapper 20200909.2

OpenOrienteering Mapper is an orienteering mapmaking program and provides a free alternative to the existing proprietary solution. Its main advantages compared to it are: Open Source: The program is completely free, every programmer can improve it. Cross-platform: The program works on Android, Windows, macOS and Linux. It has been used to produce maps for classical orienteering, MTBO and radio orienteering races. All required functions for drawing maps are implemented and the program works very stable. So it can be considered ready for productive use, although it is like always a good idea to keep backups of your files. We are happy about feedback to the program.

Tags c++ maps
License GNU GPLv3
State beta

Recent Releases

20200909.210 Sep 2020 15:25 minor feature: When drawing, follow border lines of line symbols, just as following the middle line (GH-273). Improved geospatial data handling with GDAL: Detecting drivers by file content if possible. Opening OziExplorer's files as templates (GH-67). On import, clip vector data to the declared extent, useful for exports from OSM. . Detecting drivers by file content if possible. Opening OziExplorer's files as templates (GH-67). On import, clip vector data to the declared extent, useful for exports from OSM. Simple support for NMEA position sources on Linux and macOS (e.g. from Bluetooth) (GH-1569). Additional space between object control points and selection rectangle (GH-980). Template list button in toolbar (GH-1511). Translation updates. Specifying raster image coordinate reference system (GH-1597). Wrong positioning of new OCD templates (GH-1620), and wrong positioning of some existing templates. Handling of border line as area outline (GH-1602). OSM import of roads. Rare crashes (GH-1578, GH-1600, GH-1608). of wrong vector data coordinate transformations for certain CRS (GH-1570), affecting e.g. EPSG:27700 (OSGB36). initialization of georeferencing for OCD files. Windows (7 and up): You can choose between an installer (*.exe) and a portable archive (*.zip). For most modern Windows installations, you should choose the x64 bit packages. The x86 will also run on all Windows desktops but are limited by the 32-bit architecture. macOS (10.12 and up): You may need to run the app via Ctrl+Click the first time, in order to allow it to run despite coming from an "unknown source". Android (4.1 and up): You can try arm64-v8a package on newer devices. Otherwise, the armeabi-v7a package should work for most older devices. Note that you will have to allow installation "from unknown sources". The armeabi-v7a package is also available from the IzzyOnDroid F-Droid Repository.
20200613.117 Jun 2020 09:25 minor feature: When drawing, follow border lines of line symbols, just as following the middle line (GH-273). Improved geospatial data handling with GDAL: Detecting drivers by file content if possible. Opening OziExplorer's files as templates (GH-67). On import, clip vector data to the declared extent, useful for exports from OSM. . Detecting drivers by file content if possible. Opening OziExplorer's files as templates (GH-67). On import, clip vector data to the declared extent, useful for exports from OSM. Simple support for NMEA position sources on Linux and macOS (e.g. from Bluetooth) (GH-1569). Additional space between object control points and selection rectangle (GH-980). Template list button in toolbar (GH-1511). Translation updates. Specifying raster image coordinate reference system (GH-1597). Wrong positioning of new OCD templates (GH-1620), and wrong positioning of some existing templates. Handling of border line as area outline (GH-1602). OSM import of roads. Rare crashes (GH-1578, GH-1600, GH-1608). of wrong vector data coordinate transformations for certain CRS (GH-1570), affecting e.g. EPSG:27700 (OSGB36). initialization of georeferencing for OCD files. Windows (7 and up): You can choose between an installer (*.exe) and a portable archive (*.zip). For most modern Windows installations, you should choose the x64 bit packages. The x86 will also run on all Windows desktops but are limited by the 32-bit architecture. macOS (10.12 and up): You may need to run the app via Ctrl+Click the first time, in order to allow it to run despite coming from an "unknown source". Android (4.1 and up): You can try arm64-v8a package on newer devices. Otherwise, the armeabi-v7a package should work for most older devices. Note that you will have to allow installation "from unknown sources". The armeabi-v7a package is also available from the IzzyOnDroid F-Droid Repository.
20200612.413 Jun 2020 03:16 minor feature: When drawing, follow border lines of line symbols, just as following the middle line (GH-273). Improved geospatial data handling with GDAL: Detecting drivers by file content if possible. Opening OziExplorer's files as templates (GH-67). On import, clip vector data to the declared extent, useful for exports from OSM. . Detecting drivers by file content if possible. Opening OziExplorer's files as templates (GH-67). On import, clip vector data to the declared extent, useful for exports from OSM. Simple support for NMEA position sources on Linux and macOS (e.g. from Bluetooth) (GH-1569). Additional space between object control points and selection rectangle (GH-980). Template list button in toolbar (GH-1511). Translation updates. Specifying raster image coordinate reference system (GH-1597). Wrong positioning of new OCD templates (GH-1620), and wrong positioning of some existing templates. Handling of border line as area outline (GH-1602). OSM import of roads. Rare crashes (GH-1578, GH-1600, GH-1608). of wrong vector data coordinate transformations for certain CRS (GH-1570), affecting e.g. EPSG:27700 (OSGB36). initialization of georeferencing for OCD files. Windows (7 and up): You can choose between an installer (*.exe) and a portable archive (*.zip). For most modern Windows installations, you should choose the x64 bit packages. The x86 will also run on all Windows desktops but are limited by the 32-bit architecture. macOS (10.12 and up): You may need to run the app via Ctrl+Click the first time, in order to allow it to run despite coming from an "unknown source". Android (4.1 and up): You can try arm64-v8a package on newer devices. Otherwise, the armeabi-v7a package should work for most older devices. Note that you will have to allow installation "from unknown sources". The armeabi-v7a package is also available from the IzzyOnDroid F-Droid Repository.