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# ALKIS NAS converter

Tiny commandline tool for conversion of ALKIS NAS konvois to (Q)GIS compatible
data formats.

- shell script for unix, dependent on gzip and ogr2ogr
- batch script for windows, dependent on QGIS 2.18, ships with 7zip

## usage on unix
Given you have an *ALKIS NAS Konvoi*, a set of compressed GML files like the following:

```
EcoLibro_20180313T000000_00von25_32400000_5585000.xml.gz
EcoLibro_20180313T000000_01von25_32400000_5585000.xml.gz
EcoLibro_20180313T000000_02von25_32400000_5585000.xml.gz
...
EcoLibro_20180313T000000_25von25_32400000_5585000.xml.gz
```

Run `./convert_alkis_nas.sh <input-nas-dir>`.
This will generate `./alkis_2018-03-13.gpkg` file containing your data.
Parameters to customize output filename, format, and SRS are available:

```sh
./convert_alkis_nas.sh <input dir> <outfile> <ogr driver> <out srs>
```

## usage on windows
Place your NAS Konvoi input data files (`*.gz`, see above) inside the directory of this batch script.
Run the `convert_alkis_nas.bat` script. `alkis.gpkg` will contain your data.
No parameters are available.

## todos
- [ ] add parameters to windows version
- [ ] windows: search for `ogr2ogr` in path, use QGIS/bin as fallback only

## license
GPL-3.0

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@ECHO OFF
SET tooldir="tools"
SET ogr2ogr="%PROGRAMFILES%\QGIS 2.18\bin\ogr2ogr.exe"
SET sevenzip="%tooldir%\7z.exe"
IF NOT EXIST %ogr2ogr% (
echo QGIS 2.18 installation not found
exit /B 1
)
IF NOT EXIST %sevenzip% (
echo 7zip not found
exit /B 2
)
FOR %%G IN (*.gz) DO (
%sevenzip% -aoa e %%G
)
FOR %%G IN (*.xml) DO (
%ogr2ogr% alkis.gpkg -f GPKG -append -update -a_srs %tooldir%\25832.epsg %%G
)
del *.gfs *.xml

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#!/bin/bash

srs=${4:-"EPSG:25832"}
format=${3:-"gpkg"}
outfile=${2:-"alkis_`date -I`.$format"}
srcdir=${1:-"."}

function cleanup { rm -f $srcdir/*.{xml,gfs} }
trap cleanup EXIT

echo "unpacking $srcdir/*.gz"
gunzip -dkf $srcdir/*.gz

for f in $srcdir/*.xml; do
# tested for alkis data RhlPfalz on fedora 27 (ogr2ogr 2.1.4)
echo "adding $f to $outfile"
ogr2ogr "$outfile" -f "$format" -append -update -a_srs "$srs" "$f"
done


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7-Zip
~~~~~
License for use and distribution
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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The licenses for files are:
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Redistributions in binary form must reproduce related license information from this file.
Note:
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GNU LGPL information
--------------------
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That code was derived from the code in the "LZFSE compression library" developed by Apple Inc,
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