[OSM-dev] Is There Any Other Java Toolkit for OSM File Processing except Osmosis?

Zhijie Shen zjshen14 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 22 02:21:35 GMT 2011


Thank you all for you warm responses. To be exact, I want to extract close
ways and stand-alone nodes within a specific region and other geospatial
information. Let me try Osmosis jars first.

Regards,
Zhijie

On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 2:24 AM, Tobias Knerr <osm at tobias-knerr.de> wrote:

> On 21.02.2011 17:41, Zhijie Shen wrote:
> > Osmosis is command line based application. However, I want to integrate
> > the data processing into my codes. Therefore, is there any other java
> > programmable library for osm file processing except Osmosis? Or can I
> > use some of Osmosis jars to integrate into my codes?
>
> It's possible to use Osmosis jars as a library in other Java programs.
> I'm using the --read-xml task in this manner myself, and I assume that
> it should be possible to do something similar with the other tasks.
>
> It works well for me. And the fact that Osmosis itself has even been
> placed in to the public domain makes it even more attractive.
>
> Tobias Knerr
>
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Zhijie Shen
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