sabx_map_staging - make a simplified staging map


    sabx_map_staging [OPTION]


    Take an SABX 1.0 file and use it to generate a simplified HTML map.  This
    map will use Google Maps to display the map.  It's different from the
    full-featured HTML maps in that it doesn't display instructions, parking,
    stops, pois, pictures, etc... This is designed to help visualize an SABX
    file that's been generated from a GPX or TCX file and hasn't yet had all
    the segments, stops, pois, parking, etc... defined yet.

    -i INFILE, --infile=INFILE
        SABX 1.0 file to read from

    -o OUTFILE, --outfile=OUTFILE
        HTML file to write to

    -r MARKERDIR, --marker-dir=MARKERDIR
        relative web directory for marker files

    -g IMAGEDIR, --image-dir=IMAGEDIR
        relative web directory for image files

    -c CSSDIR, --css-dir=CSSDIR
        relative web directory for css files

    -j JSDIR, --js-dir=JSDIR
        relative web directory for javascript files

    -b BASEDIR, --base-dir=BASEDIR
        relative base web directory

    -m, --man
        print this extended help and exit

    -h, --help
        print basic help and exit


    Jay Farrimond


    Report bugs to <>


    The complete specification for SABX 1.0 files is available at

    The library that this utility is built on (sabx-lib) is available at


    sabx10 - an SABX file manipulation library
    Copyright (C) 2009, 2010 Jay Farrimond (

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