Xrmap interactively displays portions of the Earth, using the huge CIA world vector map. It is based on an earlier console utility 'rmap' by Reza Naima (http://www.reza.net/rmap/). It shows political boundaries, major and minor rivers, glaciers, lakes, canals, etc. The map is accurate to a very large zoom factor (possibly exceeding 100). Spherical, rectangular, Mercator and Miller projections are implemented, and all features can be set interactively from the GUI.
released on 11 November 2005
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||17 October 2001|
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|Required to use||CIA_map.rez.gz (available from http://frmas.free.fr/files/CIA_WDB2.jpd.bz2 the file produced is 46 Meg)|
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