Copies tiles from one library to another.
gol copy <source-gol-file> <target-gol-file> [<options>]
Missing tiles will be imported from a repository, if one is specified via
To create a backup, or to share a library via a network connection or slow/space-restricted media, use
If the source and target GOL contain different versions, the target’s version is set to the newer version, and all tiles from the older GOL are marked as stale.
Defines the area to which the command should be applied. Currently, only polygon files are supported.
Defines the rectangular area (bounding box) to which the command should be applied. Coordinates are specified in WGS-84 (degrees longitude and latitude) and take the form
<west>,<south>,<east>,<north>. Coordinates must not be separated by spaces (otherwise, they would be interpreted as separate arguments).
As an alternative, this option accepts a tile descriptor in the form
Use this option to create an empty
.gol file if the specified library does not exist (rather than failing with an error message). Combine this option with
--url to specify a tile repository from which the library will be populated.
Displays only minimal output. Apart from error messages, only minimal progress updates are written to
No output at all is written to
stderr, not even error messages. (Whether a command succeeded or failed can only be ascertained via the status code returned by the process).
Specifies the URL of the remote repository from which tiles are downloaded into the library.
Writes extra information to