Maperitive is a free desktop application for drawing maps based on OpenStreetMap and GPS data. You can define what gets on the map and how it is painted. You can also export these maps into bitmaps and SVG files and print them.

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How to serve OpenStreetMap Tiles locally using ArcGIS Server 10?

We want to serve OpenStreetMap Tiles locally using ArcGis Server 10 to use as base maps in our ESRI Silverlight and Flex GIS clients. We've downloaded our regions OSM file and created PNGs using ...
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How to index mbtiles to speed up load time?

I have created a mbtile based on OpenStreetMap data with Maperitive using the command: generate-mbtiles file=Path\filename.mbtiles maxzoom=16 Loading the file in QGIS 2.14.0 and zooming takes 15-30 ...
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Load Maperitive's tiles.json into HTML for getting bounding parameters

I've created a local tileset of a city in Maperitive, and a basic leaflet.js webpage to browse it offline. There's a tiles.json also created by Maperitives that has all the essential bounding and zoom ...
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Can I run Maperitive with no GUI?

I want to generate tiles using Maperitive, entirely from Ubuntu 12.04 command line (terminal), without starting application's GUI. Is that possible? How?
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How to make a transparent background in Maperitive?

I use Maperitive v2.3.34. I want to make a transparent background. If you just turn off the background Web map (OSM Mapnik) will be nontransparent. I load data from a file .GPX I use rule of ...