|KML Export||Features • Installation • Quick start • How to use • Parser functions • Special pages • Configuration|
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| KML Export|
Release status: unmaintained
|Implementation||Parser function, Special page|
|Description||Generates KML files for Google Earth from content in article pages.|
|Author(s)||Juliano F. Ravasi (Julianotalk)|
|Last version||1.3.0 (2008-10-19)|
|License||GNU General Public License 2.0 or later|
|Example||KML Export at u-br.net|
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KML Export is an extension that generates KML files for Google Earth from content in article pages. Users add templates to article pages with geographic coordinates (placemarks) of the subject on the article; the extension provides a special page that scans the articles that contains the placemarks and generates a single KML file, with links leading back to the wiki.
Features[edit | edit source]
The last stable version of KML Export is 1.3.0, released October 19th, 2008. This extension is currently not being maintained.
As of this version, KML Export has the following features:
- Hierarchically arrange placemarks in folders through wiki categories
- Generates KML 2.1 markup
- Caches parsed placemarks from articles
For a list of all KML 2.1 tags supported by KML Export, see the complete list of features.