[talk-ph] OSM, planet.pm (perl module installing), planetosm-excerpt-area.pl in Mac OS X
Eugene Alvin Villar
seav80 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 2 03:57:41 BST 2011
This might be moot, but the simplest way to use a Perl module is to
just copy the module directory/file to the same directory as the Perl
script that uses it (assuming that the Perl module is all Perl
code--if the module links to non-Perl code such as C libraries, then
you need to actually install the Perl module).
Properly installing a (all Perl code) Perl module is only needed if
you want multiple Perl scripts in different locations in your drive to
be able to access it. But for one-off scripts, you can just copy the
Perl module directory/file to the same directory.
On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 10:12 AM, maning sambale
<emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com> wrote:
> I use an Ubuntu machine for most of my osm data munging. And I also
> don't use Perl much.
> That said, most perl modules can be installed with CPAN or directly
> copy them to your /usr/lib/perl/5.8.8/ . On a mac, you probably have
> darwin port so it should be /opt/local/lib/perl5/5.8.8/darwin-2level/
> Some threads I found:
> Hope that was helpful. Maybe Eugene can chime in. :)
> On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 9:22 AM, Noli Sicad <nsicad at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Maning,
>> I need help on figuring how to these things, i.e. installing a PERL
>> module Planet.pm and running planetosm-excerpt-area.pl in Mac OS X.
>> I know that you using a Mac and working a lot of extracting data from OSM file.
>> I am trying to extract State of Victoria from Australia.osm file for
>> iPhone/iPad Openlayers + Spatialite app that I am working. I found
>> this info (below).
>> planetosm-excerpt-area.pl -bbox -39.4,140.2,-33.7,151.5 australia.osm > VIC.osm
>> However, it is need Planet.pm. How do you download the planet.pm and
>> install this Perl module in Mac OS X?
>> Thanks in advance.
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