[OSM-talk] Best base to build on ...

Christopher Baines mail at cbaines.net
Sun Aug 16 15:30:28 UTC 2015

On 16/08/15 12:52, Lester Caine wrote:
> On 16/08/15 12:16, Christopher Baines wrote:
>>>> The obvious question is that given tilemill is not longer being
>>>> maintained, what are the preferred alternatives?  I'm actually not happy
>>>> with the way OSRM has moved and there does not seem to be a 'standard'
>>>> for the support structure?
>> Could you elaborate on the issues concerning routing and OSRM? Also,
>> what do you mean by "support structure"?
> http://lsces.co.uk/wiki/OSRM+Routing+Software+Compile+on+SUSE13.1 was my
> notes on getting osrm compiled locally. The problem is that 13.2 is
> using lua52  for a number of desktop functions and so simply deleting it
> is no longer practical. It's not particularly an 'OSM' problem that
> there are simply too many 'extras' and everybody seems to like to make
> their own versions of that, but trying to maintain a working development
> platform is not easy these days :(

One of the reasons why I asked is that OSRM recently was packaged for
Debian [1], which I am hoping will help with working towards making it
easier to setup and run.

1: https://packages.debian.org/sid/osrm

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