Osmium Command Line Tool
A multipurpose command line tool for working with OpenStreetMap data based on the Osmium library.
Official web site: https://osmcode.org/osmium-tool/
You need a C++11 compliant compiler. GCC 4.8 and later as well as clang 3.6 and later are known to work. It also works on modern Visual Studio C++ compilers.
You also need the following libraries:
Libosmium (>= 2.14.2) https://osmcode.org/libosmium Debian/Ubuntu: libosmium2-dev Fedora/CentOS: libosmium-devel Protozero (>= 1.6.3) https://github.com/mapbox/protozero Debian/Ubuntu: libprotozero-dev Fedora/CentOS: protozero-devel RapidJSON (>= 1.1) This is included in the osmium-tool repository, so you usually do not need to install this. http://rapidjson.org/ Debian/Ubuntu: rapidjson-dev boost-program-options (>= 1.55) https://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_55_0/doc/html/program_options.html Debian/Ubuntu: libboost-program-options-dev Fedora/CentOS: boost-devel openSUSE: boost-devel (use 'libboost_program_options-devel' for modern OS versions) bz2lib http://www.bzip.org/ Debian/Ubuntu: libbz2-dev Fedora/CentOS: bzip2-devel openSUSE: libbz2-devel zlib https://www.zlib.net/ Debian/Ubuntu: zlib1g-dev Fedora/CentOS: zlib-devel openSUSE: zlib-devel Expat https://libexpat.github.io/ Debian/Ubuntu: libexpat1-dev Fedora/CentOS: expat-devel openSUSE: libexpat-devel cmake https://cmake.org/ Debian/Ubuntu: cmake Fedora/CentOS: cmake openSUSE: cmake Pandoc (Needed to build documentation, optional) https://pandoc.org/ Debian/Ubuntu: pandoc Fedora/CentOS: pandoc openSUSE: pandoc
On Linux systems most of these libraries are available through your package manager, see the list above for the names of the packages. But make sure to check the versions. If the packaged version available is not new enough, you'll have to install from source. Most likely this is the case for Protozero and Libosmium.
On macOS many of the libraries above will be available through Homebrew.
When building the tool, CMake will automatically look for these libraries in the usual places on your system. In addition it will look for the Libosmium and Protozero libraries in the same directory where this Osmium repository is. So if you are building from the Git repository and want to use the newest Libosmium, Protozero, and Osmium, clone all of them into the same directory:
mkdir work cd work git clone https://github.com/mapbox/protozero git clone https://github.com/osmcode/libosmium git clone https://github.com/osmcode/osmium-tool
Osmium uses CMake for its builds. On Linux and macOS you can build as follows:
cd osmium-tool mkdir build cd build cmake .. ccmake . ## optional: change CMake settings if needed make
To set the build type call cmake with
values are empty, Debug, Release, RelWithDebInfo, MinSizeRel, and Dev. The
default is RelWithDebInfo.
Please read the CMake documentation and get familiar with the
ccmake tools which have many more options.
On Windows you can compile with the Visual Studio C++ compiler using the
build-local.bat. This script calls
which downloads some precompiled libraries. You can also download and
compile all the prerequisites yourself.
There are man pages in the 'man' directory. To build them you need 'pandoc'.
pandoc command was found during the CMake config step, the manpages
will be built automatically.
ctest in the build directory to run the tests after build.
More extensive tests of the libosmium I/O system can also be run. See
test/io/Makefile.in for instructions.
Copyright (C) 2013-2018 Jochen Topf (email@example.com)
This program is available under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3. See the file LICENSE.txt for the complete text of the license.
This program was written and is maintained by Jochen Topf (firstname.lastname@example.org).