This program simply collects files created from the cgImage2KML program and moves the files to a zip file with a *.kmz file extention. The program requires that the file archiver 7-Zip be installed on the user's computer. The 7-Zip program is freeware and is available for Windows, Mac, and UNIX users. Addtional information about the 7-Zip program can be found on the 7-Zip web page. The current program runs on Windows computers only, and with 7-Zip installed in the C:\Program Files directory. You may have to modify the path the the 7z.exe executable file to get the program to work correctly for you. The line to modify is clearly marked below.
KMZ files are simply zip files containing KML files and support files. You can create your own KMZ files with any archiving software that supports the ZIP compression format.
- kml_filename in optional type=string
The name of a KML file to package as a KMZ file.
- supportFiles in optional type=string
A scalar or vector of files to be included with the KML file to be packaged. If not present, files in the same directory as the KML file and having the same base filename will be used.
- SILENT in optional type=boolean default=0
Set this kewyord to avoid output (except program errors) from being printed.
- SHOWCMD in optional type=boolean default=0
Set this keyword if you wish to see the command being spawned by the program.
Here is how to use this program with the Google Earth Image example in the Coyote Gallery. The result is a file named "google_earth_image.kmz" that can be loaded into Google Earth. IDL> Google_Earth_Image IDL> kml2kmz, 'google_earth_image.kml'
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Written, 22 Fabruary 2013 by David W. Fanning. Modified from using the old, unsupported and undocumented IDLKML_SaveKMZ routine to using the Open Source 7-Zip routine to do the compression. 16 March 2014. DWF.
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