[osmosis-dev] Has the behaviour of Osmosis changed regarding deletions in .osc?
brett at bretth.com
Wed Nov 11 22:02:10 GMT 2009
On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 6:53 AM, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> I always thought that osmosis would only write the object "header"
> (the <way id="..." XML tag) to an .osc file if the object has been
> deleted, and omit the tags and members. Now I see that it in fact
> includes the full object. Has this behaviour changed some time, or has
> this always been the case?
Nothing should have changed in that space. The Osmosis --write-xml-change
task will write everything that is passed to it in the pipeline. So if the
original change derivation task provides tags and members they'll be written
to the output file. I don't believe the database contains tags and members
for deleted items so changesets on the planet server shouldn't contain them
either. But if you're deriving a change between two osm files, then it
might be possible for the tags and members to be included.
In what scenario (ie. which task is producing the change) is the tag and
member info being included?
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