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Osmium input reader #2

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Turbo87 commented Nov 8, 2011

Hi Daniel,

I modified the code to use the Osmium framework for reading the OSM data. This enables us to use the PBF files which are more space-efficient and also faster to read. It would be great if you could verify that the code still produces the same data, I'm not quite sure how to do it myself.



minad commented Nov 9, 2011

I don't have time to verify the output currently. The possibility to read pbf is definitely a huge advantage.

I will take a look at this in a while.

@Turbo87 Turbo87 Makefile: Added proper CXXFLAGS for parsing large files
Parsing the 14 GB planet.osm.pbf fails without these flags.

Turbo87 commented Dec 10, 2011

I compared the results of parsing the north-rhine-westfalia.osm extract with either bz2 and pbf and they looked absolutely identical when viewed with qgis. I added another small addition to the makefile to make sure that the bigger planet.osm.pbf files (> 14 GB) can be read too.

@minad minad added a commit that referenced this pull request Dec 11, 2011

@minad minad Merge pull request #2 from Turbo87/osmium
Osmium input reader

@minad minad merged commit 58e68c5 into minad:master Dec 11, 2011

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