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pgRouting - Routing on PostgreSQL

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STATUS

Branches

  • The master branch has the development of the next micro release
  • The develop branch has the development of the next minor/major release

For the complete list of releases go to: https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/releases

LINKS

STATUS

Status of the project can be found here

INTRODUCTION

pgRouting extends the PostGIS/PostgreSQL geospatial database to provide geospatial routing and other network analysis functionality.

This library contains the following features:

  • All Pairs Shortest Path Algorithms
  • A-star algorithm
  • Bi-directional algorithms
  • A variety of applications of Dijkstra algorithms
    • Cost functions
    • With points
  • Driving Distance
    • With points
  • Yen's algorithm
  • Traveling Sales Person (TSP)

and many more.

The latest documentation: http://docs.pgrouting.org/latest

REQUIREMENTS

Building requirements

  • Perl
  • C and C++ compilers
    • Compiling with Boost 1.56 up to Boost 1.74 requires C++ Compiler with C++03 or C++11 standard support
    • Compiling with Boost 1.75 requires C++ Compiler with C++14 standard support
  • Postgresql = Supported version by PostgreSQL
  • The Boost Graph Library (BGL) >= 1.56
  • CMake >= 3.2
  • Sphinx >= 1.8

User's requirements

  • PostGIS

COMPILATION

For MinGW on Windows

mkdir build
cd build
cmake -G"MSYS Makefiles" ..
make
make install

Also pre-built Windows binaries can be downloaded from https://postgis.net/windows_downloads

For Linux

mkdir build
cd build
cmake  ..
make
sudo make install

Build with documentation (requires Sphinx)

cmake -DWITH_DOC=ON ..

Postgresql

createdb mydatabase
psql mydatabase -c "CREATE EXTENSION pgrouting CASCADE"

USAGE

See online documentation: http://docs.pgrouting.org/latest/en/index.html

LICENSE

  • Most features are available under GPL-2.0-or-later
  • Some Boost extensions are available under Boost license (see LICENSE_1_0.txt)
  • Some code contributed by iMaptools.com is available under MIT-X license.