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OSM Extraction Tool

Description and Context


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Friendly front-end for querying OSM features around Guyana from the Overpass API and extracting them as a Shapefile. The frontend of the OSM extraction tool can be accessed here. Use is free and requires no account.

User Guide


The development environment is completely encapsulated in the Vagrant, Ansible, and Docker files contained in this respository. All management scripts can be found in the ./scripts directory.

Installation Guide

Dependencies

  • Vagrant 1.8+
  • VirtualBox 4.3
  • Ansible 2.1+

Getting Started

Install the application and all required dependencies.

./scripts/setup

Development

Rebuild Docker images and run application.

vagrant up
vagrant ssh
./scripts/update
./scripts/server

Ports

Service Port
Webpack Dev Server 4567

Testing

./scripts/test

Scripts

Name Description
cibuild Build project for CI
clean Free disk space by cleaning up dangling Docker images
console Run interactive shell inside application container
lint Lint source code
server Run Docker Compose services
setup Provision Vagrant VM and run update
test Run unit tests
update Build Docker images

Adding NPM Packages

To add a new NPM package to the project:

  • Manually add the package to the project's package.json file, ensuring that you pin it to a specific version.
  • Run ./scripts/update in the VM.
  • Commit the changes to the following files to git:
    • package.json
    • yarn.lock
  • We usually pin packages to a specific version to minimize build errors.

Creating a Release with Git Flow

This project uses git flow for releases. You can find the latest version of git-flow to install here.

Once it's installed, you'll need to enable git flow in your local version of the repo by typing:

git flow init

Use the default values provided; master for the current release, develop for the next release. Since the release process entails pulling changes from develop into a release, then merging that into master, you should ensure that develop builds successfully on Travis before commencing a release.

After you've enabled git flow, you can use the following commands to make a release, replacing "1.2.3" with the version you're releasing and updating the CHANGELOG.md and package.json to match that version.

git flow release start 1.2.3
vim CHANGELOG.md
vim src/package.json
git add CHANGELOG.md src/package.json
git commit -m "1.2.3"
git flow release publish 1.2.3
git flow release finish 1.2.3

After you've completed the git flow steps, you'll need to push the changes from your local master and develop branches back to the main repository and push the release tags to finalize the release:

git push origin master:master
git push origin develop:develop
git push --tags

Once you've pushed the tags, the new release will appear in the project's "Releases" tab in GitHub. There you can edit the tagged release to add release notes.

Feature configuration

OSM tags are grouped into high level features in the config file. The configuration can take all values of a tag, only certain keys of a tag, and multiple tags. A comprehensive example of a feature configuration is:

{
        label: 'Shop/Business',
        entities: [
            { tag: 'shop' },
            { tag: 'craft' },
            { tag: 'office' },
            {
                tag: 'building',
                values: ['office'],
            },
            {
                tag: 'amenity',
                values: ['restaurant', 'cafe', 'internet_cafe', 'bar', 'biergarten', 'fast_food', 'marketplace', 'fuel'],
            },
        ],
    },

The OSM tags will be converted to an Overpass API query and fetched from that service.

Code of Conduct


Authors


For full list see Contributors

License


The Documentation of Support and Use of the software is licensed under Creative Commons IGO 3.0 Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivative (CC-IGO 3.0 BY-NC-ND)

The codebase of this repo uses AM-331-A3 Software License.

Limitation of responsibilities


The IDB is not responsible, under any circumstance, for damage or compensation, moral or patrimonial; direct or indirect; accessory or special; or by way of consequence, foreseen or unforeseen, that could arise:

I. Under any concept of intellectual property, negligence or detriment of another part theory; I

ii. Following the use of the Digital Tool, including, but not limited to defects in the Digital Tool, or the loss or inaccuracy of data of any kind. The foregoing includes expenses or damages associated with communication failures and / or malfunctions of computers, linked to the use of the Digital Tool.

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