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NAME

       Eclipse - Importer of polygons and POIs for the road traffic simulation SUMO

SYNOPSIS

       polyconvert [OPTION]*

DESCRIPTION

       Eclipse SUMO polyconvert Version 1.1.0

              Copyright    (C)    2001-2018   German   Aerospace   Center   (DLR)   and   others;
              http://sumo.dlr.de

       Importer of polygons and POIs for the microscopic, multi-modal traffic

              simulation SUMO.

   Configuration Options:
       -c, --configuration-file FILE
              Loads the named config on startup

       -C, --save-configuration FILE
              Saves current configuration into FILE

       --save-template FILE
              Saves a configuration template (empty) into FILE

       --save-schema FILE
              Saves the configuration schema into FILE

       --save-commented
              Adds comments to saved template, configuration, or schema

   Input Options:
       -n, --net-file FILE
              Loads SUMO-network FILE as reference to offset and projection

       --dlr-navteq-poly-files FILE
              Reads polygons from FILE assuming they're coded in DLR-Navteq (Elmar)-format

       --dlr-navteq-poi-files FILE
              Reads pois from FILE+ assuming they're coded in DLR-Navteq (Elmar)-format

       --visum-files FILE
              Reads polygons from FILE assuming it's a Visum-net

       --xml-files FILE
              Reads pois and shapes from FILE assuming they're coded in XML

       --osm-files FILE
              Reads pois from FILE+ assuming they're coded in OSM

       --osm.keep-full-type
              The type will be made of the key-value - pair

       --osm.use-name
              The id will be set from the given 'name' attribute

       --osm.merge-relations FLOAT
              If FLOAT >= 0, assemble one polygon from all ways of a relation if they all connect
              with gaps below FLOAT

       --shapefile-prefixes FILE
              Reads shapes from shapefiles FILE+

       --shapefile.guess-projection
              Guesses the shapefile's projection

       --shapefile.id-column STR
              Defines in which column the id can be found

       --shapefile.use-running-id
              A running number will be used as id

       --shapefile.add-param
              Extract all additional columns as params

       --shapefile.fill STR
              [auto|true|false].  Forces  the  'fill'  status  to the given value. Default 'auto'
              tries to determine it from the data type

       --type-file FILE
              Reads types from FILE

   Output Options:
       --write-license
              Include license info into every output file

       --output-prefix STR
              Prefix which is applied to all output files.  The special string 'TIME' is replaced
              by the current time.

       --precision INT
              Defines the number of digits after the comma for floating point output

       --precision.geo INT
              Defines the number of digits after the comma for lon,lat output

       -H, --human-readable-time
              Write  time  values  as  hour:minute:second  or day:hour:minute:second rathern than
              seconds

       -o, --output-file FILE
              Write generated polygons/pois to FILE

       --dlr-tdp-output FILE
              Write generated polygons/pois to a dlr-tdp file with the given prefix

   Projection Options:
       --simple-projection
              Uses a simple method for projection

       --proj.scale FLOAT
              Scaling factor for input coordinates

       --proj.rotate FLOAT
              Rotation (clockwise degrees) for input coordinates

       --proj.utm
              Determine the UTM zone (for a universal transversal mercator  projection  based  on
              the WGS84 ellipsoid)

       --proj.dhdn
              Determine  the DHDN zone (for a transversal mercator projection based on the bessel
              ellipsoid, "Gauss-Krueger")

       --proj STR
              Uses STR as proj.4 definition for projection

       --proj.inverse
              Inverses projection

       --proj.dhdnutm
              Convert from Gauss-Krueger to UTM

       --proj.plain-geo
              Write geo coordinates in output

   Pruning Options:
       --prune.in-net
              Enables pruning on net boundaries

       --prune.in-net.offsets STR
              Uses STR as offset definition added to the net boundaries

       --prune.boundary STR
              Uses STR as pruning boundary

       --prune.keep-list STR
              Items in STR will be kept though out of boundary

       --prune.explicit STR
              Items with names in STR will be removed

   Processing Options:
       --offset.x FLOAT
              Adds FLOAT to net x-positions

       --offset.y FLOAT
              Adds FLOAT to net y-positions

       --all-attributes
              Imports all attributes as key/value pairs

       --ignore-errors
              Continue on broken input

       --poi-layer-offset FLOAT
              Adds FLOAT to the layer value for each poi (i.e. to raise it above polygons)

   Building Defaults Options:
       --color STR
              Sets STR as default color

       --prefix STR
              Sets STR as default prefix

       --type STR
              Sets STR as default type

       --fill Fills polygons by default

       --layer FLOAT
              Sets FLOAT as default layer

       --discard
              Sets default action to discard

   Report Options:
       -v, --verbose
              Switches to verbose output

       --print-options
              Prints option values before processing

       -?, --help
              Prints this screen

       -V, --version
              Prints the current version

       -X, --xml-validation STR
              Set schema validation scheme of XML inputs ("never", "auto" or "always")

       --xml-validation.net STR
              Set schema validation scheme of SUMO network inputs ("never", "auto" or "always")

       -W, --no-warnings
              Disables output of warnings

       -l, --log FILE
              Writes all messages to FILE (implies verbose)

       --message-log FILE
              Writes all non-error messages to FILE (implies verbose)

       --error-log FILE
              Writes all warnings and errors to FILE

EXAMPLES

              polyconvert -c <CONFIGURATION>

              run with configuration options set in file

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs at <https://github.com/eclipse/sumo/issues>.
       Get in contact via <sumo@dlr.de>.

              Build features: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu PROJ GDAL GUI
              Copyright   (C)   2001-2018   German   Aerospace   Center   (DLR)    and    others;
              http://sumo.dlr.de

       Eclipse SUMO polyconvert Version 1.1.0 is part of SUMO.
       This  program  and  the  accompanying  materials are made available under the terms of the
       Eclipse Public License v2.0 which accompanies  this  distribution,  and  is  available  at
       http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v20.html
       SPDX-License-Identifier: EPL-2.0