[OSRM-talk] osrm route directly from command line not via http possible?
michael.peter at tum.de
Tue Mar 10 16:30:49 UTC 2015
if I understand you right, you want to automatically request routes from OSRM and work with them in your code?
You can use
to request route informations from your server.
e.g. with a simple curl/wget from bash or a http interface of your language of choice.
OSRM Server will return a json for each request file containing all routing Information
Von: Michael Leonard <emailmleonard at gmail.com>
Gesendet: Dienstag, 10. März 2015 17:14
An: osrm-talk at openstreetmap.org
Betreff: [OSRM-talk] osrm route directly from command line not via http possible?
I'm new to OSRM and the mailing list but have managed to get it all working well on a 64bit Ubuntu 14.04 server.
I'm writing looking for help to get OSRM's routing algorithm working directly from the command line rather than via http.
OSRM is already extremely fast when called using curl http://localhost ... - however I'm looking to include it an algorithm to generate millions of realistic driving routes, and am hoping that the underlying C++ routing function might be accessible from the command line directly in some way. With a command line function that wraps around OSRM's routing algorithm, I could call this from within R where I'm writing the rest of my code.
My C++ skills are unfortunately at the extreme beginner level, but I have found where I might start if I were much more advanced: either the file simpleclient.cpp in the OSRM github repo or the node_osrm.cpp file in the node-osrm repo which looks like it's similar to simpleclient.cpp.
Hopefully someone has already crossed this bridge and could I'm hoping provide some kind of simple command-line wrapper function to these underlying c++ functions so that I can avoid the http approach which I'm guessing slows things down.
Thanks in advance...
Thanks so much in advance I really appreciate any help or tips to get this working
Love osrm by the way
I posted this on stackoverflow but found this mailing list and thought I might have more luck using it.
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