[OSM-dev] Daily planet diff only 14 bytes
david at frankieandshadow.com
Wed Mar 5 16:01:59 GMT 2008
On 05/03/2008 13:30, Tom Hughes wrote:
> In message <47CE9D72.3060702 at gmail.com>
> Ciprian Talaba <cipriantalaba at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Tom Hughes wrote:
>>> David is (or so I assume) talking about the weekly diff that shows
>>> the differences between the main planet files.
>>> That is not generated by Osmosis, but by Jon's planetdiff tool.
>> My mistake.
>> So probably they made some modifications on the planetdiff tool to be
>> able to work with the former Osmosis version, and with the change from
>> Sebastian (on Osmosis) the tool is not working. So probably the best
>> choice is to check the tool again.
> What are you talking about? Omosis has, as I had, nothing at all
> to do with this. Nothing. Absolutely 100% nothing.
> The diff files at http://planet.openstreetmap.org/ are generated
> by taking last weeks planet-XXXXXX.osm.bz2 and this week's one and
> using a tool called planetdiff to compute a difference.
> Osmosis is not used anywhere in that tool chain so cannot have any
> effect on it.
I'm talking about the ones in http://planet.openstreetmap.org/daily/
which as I understand it are the day-to-day differences (not
week-to-week which are alongside the main planet files).
Today's is also 14 bytes. There's clearly a problem here.
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