On Wed, Aug 07, 2019 at 06:39:14AM -0700, Spencer Gardner wrote: > Thanks. I'm aware of PyOsmium, which appears to work on Windows but not > without installing a number of additional packages related to the > libosmium. I may go that route in the absence of easier alternatives, but > installation of libosmium doesn't seem very straightforward on Windows. Or > perhaps the problem is the documentation doesn't provide much information > on how to install on Windows short of building from source, which is a > nonstarter for most users. What I'm really hoping for is an isolated Python > solution that can be installed via a simple pip command.
We do provide precomiled binaries for Windows (64bit), so you should be able to just 'pip install osmium' without building libosmium yourself. I admit that this is not well tested because we don't have a maintainer with a Windows development platform (and experience with it). If you run into trouble, feel free to file an issue and we see what we can do. Sarah > > Have I misunderstood something about PyOsmium and libosmium? > > On Wed, Aug 7, 2019 at 1:03 AM Jochen Topf <joc...@remote.org> wrote: > > > On Wed, Aug 07, 2019 at 08:30:07AM +0100, Sarah Hoffmann wrote: > > > On Wed, Aug 07, 2019 at 07:16:07AM +0200, Jochen Topf wrote: > > > > Hi! > > > > > > > > PyOsmium https://osmcode.org/pyosmium/ should work on Windows. > > > > > > Just stay away from bz2 compressed xml. That's known to be > > > broken on Windows. Uncompressed xml should be fine though. > > > > Or, even better, use the PBF file format which should be much faster > > than XML. > > > > Jochen > > -- > > Jochen Topf joc...@remote.org https://www.jochentopf.com/ > > +49-351-31778688 > > _______________________________________________ dev mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/dev