- Scan a map image for unused areas and automatically generate territories in them
- Analyze a map image and automatically connect bordering territories (or find errors with existing border connections)
- Resize maps
- Rename all territories based on their continent names (e.g. "Asia 1", "Asia 2", etc.)
- Center selected territories within their borders (weighted average position)
You need a recent version of the Java runtime installed to use CMM. Java can be downloaded at http://www.java.com and is very easy to install. CMM itself is a single file (cmm.jar) and requires no installation. Once you have Java installed, you can run cmm.jar like any other executable--double click on it from an Explorer window, create shortcuts to it, run it from the command line, etc. It will create a configuration file and a log file in the directory you run it from.
I created the first version of CMM about five years ago to learn more about making Java user interfaces. A few weeks ago I decided to tinker with some of the newer language features in Java, dusted off the CMM project, and version 2.0 was born! This is beta software; email me at email@example.com if you find a bug.
You can download CMM from the link at the bottom of the page here: http://bcbusler.tripod.com.