[Routing] OpenRouteService.org source code?

Tristram Gräbener tristramg at gmail.com
Tue Jul 15 13:25:21 BST 2008


For your information, pgrouting is based on boost.

I a general case I would recommend heading for boost. You'll hardly
get a faster implementation and you'll save a lot of trouble debuging
(yet I must agree that the learning curve isn't easy), and it's really
flexible.

On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 2:03 PM, Andreas Volz <lists at brachttal.net> wrote:
> Am Tue, 15 Jul 2008 10:02:58 +0200 schrieb Frederik Ramm:
>
>> Hi,
>
> Hello,
>
>> > Is OpenRouteService.org routing source code written in C or C++? If
>> > not it may be possible to port to C++.
>>
>> As far as I know it's Java.
>
> This would also fit into my framework.
>
>> > Is there anywhere a C or C++ library that calculates a route with
>> > OSM data?
>>
>> Use Nic Roets'
>> gosmore (pure C),
>
> Looks like C code in a cpp file. Did you look into the source? What is
> this? Nothing more to add! :-P
>
>> GraphServer (C with Ruby bindings),
>
> Looks really interesting. But I didn't read anything about OSM on the
> website. Is there a tutorial?
>
>> the boost graph library, or even
>
> May be useful to start writing something on my own.
>
>> pgrouting (PostGIS based).
>
> Sounds nice. Would also fit into my framework, at least for prototyping
> to be replaced later with a C++ version.
>
> Thanks for that links. Just added GraphServer and pgrouting to the wiki.
>
> regards
> Andreas
>
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