In order to run Baremaps, you first need to install Java 8 or a later version. SDKMAN provides a convenient Command Line Interface (CLI) to install and upgrade Java.
To install baremaps, download and unzip the latest release.
Then, add the
/bin folder to your
wget https://github.com/baremaps/baremaps/releases/latest/download/baremaps.zip unzip baremaps.zip export PATH=$PATH:`pwd`/baremaps/bin
baremaps command should now result in an output similar to the following:
Usage: baremaps [COMMAND] A toolkit for producing vector tiles. Commands: import Import OpenStreetMap data in the Postgresql database. update Update OpenStreetMap data in the Postgresql database. export Export vector tiles from the Postgresql database. serve Serve vector tiles from the the Postgresql database.
In order to run Baremaps, you need to setup a postgis database. The following docker image will allow you to jump start this installation:
docker run \ --name baremaps \ --publish 5432:5432 \ -e POSTGRES_DB=baremaps \ -e POSTGRES_USER=baremaps \ -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=baremaps \ -d postgis/postgis:latest
You can then stop and start the container with the following commands:
docker stop baremaps docker start baremaps
From there, the OpenStreetMap example is a good introduction to Baremaps, it shows how to produce high resolution vector tiles.