[OSRM-talk] RunQuery Output

James Grant james at grantzone.net
Tue Feb 16 15:07:59 UTC 2016


Thank you for that, found it and it works a treat. One more question for 
you: would OSRM benefit speed wise if it ran on a GPU?


On 15-Feb-16 10:03 PM, Daniel Patterson wrote:
> James,
>   There's an updated example client here:
> https://github.com/Project-OSRM/osrm-backend/blob/develop/example/
>   If you look inside the "route_summary" member of the JSON response, 
> you'll find both the "total_time" and "total_distance" sub members, 
> which sound like the values you want.  The new example shows how to 
> easily access these.
> daniel
>> On Feb 15, 2016, at 1:52 PM, James Grant <james at grantzone.net 
>> <mailto:james at grantzone.net>> wrote:
>> Hi there.
>> I'm building some code based heavily around the "simpleclient.cpp" 
>> example in the tools section of the source code. I'm trying to simply 
>> extract the driving distance and time from the returned JSON object.
>> This could be achieved by taking the object returned and manipulating 
>> it which seems wasteful, or I could amend the code such that is 
>> purely returned the required information. If the latter isn't 
>> realistic, then using the existing JSON handler, how could I extract 
>> information from the JSON object?
>> Cheers
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