osm2pgrouting currently doesn’t support anymore pgRouting v1.x but requires pgRouting 2.0 or higher.
Easily import OpenStreetMap data into a pgRouting database using osm2pgrouting tool.
osm2pgrouting was primarily written by Daniel Wendt and is now hosted on the pgRouting project site.
If you already [wiki:1.x/InstallationManual installed pgRouting], you should have all required libraries/packages.
Currently osm2pgrouting is only tested on Linux distributions.
Download the latest version from osm2pgrouting GitHub repository and extract the file:
cd /path/to/osm2pgrouting make
If you get an error like
src/Export2DB.h:25:22: error: libpq-fe.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden src/Export2DB.h:84: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘PGconn’ with no type src/Export2DB.h:84: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘*’ token src/Export2DB.cpp: In constructor ‘Export2DB::Export2DB(std::string, std::string, std::string, std::string, std::string)’: ... etc etc.
just change src/Export2DB.h and set the path to libpq-fe.h statically.
Start the program like this:
./osm2pgrouting -file your-OSM-XML-File.osm \ -conf mapconfig.xml \ -dbname routing \ -user postgres \ -clean
all available parameters are:
required: -file <file> -- name of your osm xml file -dbname <dbname> -- name of your database -user <user> -- name of the user, which have write access to the database -conf <file> -- name of your configuration xml file optional: -host <host> -- host of your postgresql database (default: 127.0.0.1) -port <port> -- port of your database (default: 5432) -passwd <passwd> -- password for database access -clean -- drop peviously created tables
There was a patch attached to some Wiki page on the previous TRAC website. You can download the patch from here: osm2pgrouting.patch