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README.md

OSM GIS Export

THIS IS A VERY PRELIMINARY VERSION JUST MOVED HERE FROM THE LIBOSMIUM EXAMPLES!

A bunch of programs to export OSM data into GIS formats such as Shapefiles, PostgreSQL or Spatialite.

Build Status Build status

Sorry, do docs yet. You have to look at the source code and change it according to your needs. This software can be used as basis for your own experiments, but you need to understand C++ for that. There is no one-size-fits-all solution here. Use osmium_toogr as a basis if you only need nodes or ways, no (multi)polygons. Use osmium_toogr2 as basis if you also need multipolygon support.

Requires

You need a C++11 compliant compiler. GCC 4.8 and later as well as clang 3.4 and later are known to work. You also need the following libraries:

Osmium Library
    Need at least version 2.13.1
    https://osmcode.org/libosmium
    Debian/Ubuntu: libosmium2-dev

Protozero
    Need at least version 1.5.1
    https://github.com/mapbox/protozero
    Debian/Ubuntu: libprotozero-dev

Utfcpp
    http://utfcpp.sourceforge.net/
    Debian/Ubuntu: libutfcpp-dev
    Also included in the libosmium repository.

gdalcpp
    https://github.com/joto/gdalcpp
    Also included in the libosmium repository.

bz2lib (for reading and writing bzipped files)
    http://www.bzip.org/
    Debian/Ubuntu: libbz2-dev

CMake (for building)
    https://www.cmake.org/
    Debian/Ubuntu: cmake

Expat (for parsing XML files)
    https://libexpat.github.io
    Debian/Ubuntu: libexpat1-dev
    openSUSE: libexpat-devel

GDAL/OGR
    http://gdal.org/
    Debian/Ubuntu: libgdal-dev

zlib (for PBF support)
    https://www.zlib.net/
    Debian/Ubuntu: zlib1g-dev
    openSUSE: zlib-devel

Proj.4
    https://trac.osgeo.org/proj/
    Debian/Ubuntu: libproj-dev

Installing dependencies

On Debian/Ubuntu

apt-get install cmake libosmium2-dev libgdal-dev libproj-dev

Building

CMake is used for building.

To build run:

mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
make

License

OSM GIS Export is available under the Boost Software License. See LICENSE.txt.

Authors

OSM GIS Export was mainly written and is maintained by Jochen Topf (jochen@topf.org). See the git commit log for other authors.

Contact

Bug reports, questions etc. should be directed to the issue tracker.