Provided by: routino_3.2-5_amd64 bug

NAME

       routino-router-slim - calculate routes using the routino database

SYNOPSIS

       routino-router-slim [--version] [--help | --help-profile-xml | --help-profile-json |
                           --help-profile-perl] [--dir=dirname] [--prefix=name]
                           [--profiles=filename] [--translations=filename] [--exact-nodes-only]
                           [--quiet] [--loggable] [--logtime] [--logmemory] [--language=lang]
                           [--output-html] [--output-gpx-track] [--output-gpx-route] [--output-
                           text] [--output-text-all] [--output-none] [--output-stdout]
                           [--profile=name] [--transport=transport] [--shortest | --quickest]
                           --lon1=longitude --lat1=latitude --lon2=longitude --lat2=latitude [...
                           --lon99=longitude --lat99=latitude] [--reverse] [--loop]
                           [--highway-<highway>=preference ...] [--speed-<highway>=speed ...]
                           [--property-<property>=preference ...] [--oneway=0|1] [--turns=0|1]
                           [--weight=weight] [--height=height] [--width=width] [--length=length]

DESCRIPTION

       routino-router-slim performs the calculation of the  optimum  routes  using  the  database
       generated by the planetsplitter(1) program.

OPTIONS

       --version
              Print the version of Routino.

       --help Prints out the help information.

       --help-profile
              Prints  out the selected transport profile (type, speed limits, highway preferences
              etc.)

       --help-profile-xml
              Prints out all the loaded profiles as an XML file in the same format  that  can  be
              loaded in.

       --help-profile-json
              Prints  out all the loaded profiles in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format for
              use in the interactive webpage.

       --help-profile-perl
              Prints out all the loaded profiles as a Perl object for use in the router CGI.

       --dir=dirname
              Sets the directory name in which to read  the  local  database.   Defaults  to  the
              current directory.

       --prefix=name
              Sets  the  filename  prefix  for  the  files in the local database.  Defaults to no
              prefix.

       --profiles=filename
              Sets the filename containing the list of routing profiles in XML  format.   If  the
              file doesn't exist then --dirname, --prefix and "profiles.xml" will be combined and
              used, if that doesn't  exist  then  the  file  /usr/share/routino/profiles.xml  (or
              custom installation location) will be used.

       --translations=filename
              Sets  the filename containing the list of translations in XML format for the output
              files.  If the file doesn't exist then --dirname, --prefix  and  "translations.xml"
              will   be   combined   and   used,   if   that   doesn't   exist   then   the  file
              /usr/share/routino/translations.xml (or custom installation location) will be used.

       --exact-nodes-only
              When processing the specified latitude and longitude points only select the nearest
              node  instead  of  finding  the  nearest  point  within a segment (quicker but less
              accurate unless the points are already near nodes).

       --quiet
              Don't generate any screen output while running (useful for running in a script).

       --loggable
              Print progress messages that are suitable  for  logging  to  a  file;  normally  an
              incrementing  counter  is printed which is more suitable for real-time display than
              logging.

       --logtime
              Print  the  elapsed  time  for  each  processing   step   (minutes,   seconds   and
              milliseconds).

       --logmemory
              Print the maximum allocated and mapped memory for each processing step (MBytes).

       --language=lang
              Select the language specified from the file of translations.  If this option is not
              given and the file exists then the first language in the file  will  be  used.   If
              this  option  is  not  given  and  no  file exists the compiled-in default language
              (English) will be used.

       --output-html, --output-gpx-track, --output-gpx-route, --output-text, --output-text-all
              Generate the selected output file formats (HTML, GPX track file,  GPX  route  file,
              plain text route and/or plain text with all nodes).  If no output is specified then
              all are generated, specifying any automatically disables those not specified.

       --output-none
              Do not generate any output or read in any translations files.

       --output-stdout
              Write to stdout instead of a file  (requires  exactly  one  output  format  option,
              implies --quiet).

       --profile=name
              Specifies the name of the profile to use.

       --transport=transport
              Select the type of transport to use, transport can be set to:

              foot         =   Foot
              horse        =   Horse
              wheelchair   =   Wheelchair
              bicycle      =   Bicycle
              moped        =   Moped (Small motorcycle,
                               limited speed)
              motorcycle   =   Motorcycle
              motorcar     =   Motorcar
              goods        =   Goods (Small lorry, van)
              hgv          =   HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicle
                               \- large lorry)
              psv          =   PSV    (Public   Service
                               Vehicle \- bus, coach)

              Defaults to 'motorcar', this option also selects the default profile information if
              the  --profile  option  is  not  given and a profile matching the transport name is
              found.

       --shortest
              Find the shortest route between the waypoints.

       --quickest
              Find the quickest route between the waypoints.

       --lon1=longitude,     --lat1=latitude,     --lon2=longitude,     --lat2=latitude,      ...
       --lon99=longitude, --lat99=latitude
              The  location of the waypoints that make up the start, middle and end points of the
              route. Up to 99 waypoints can be specified and the route will pass through each  of
              the  specified  ones in sequence.  The algorithm will use the closest node or point
              within a segment that allows the specified traffic type.

       --reverse
              Find a route between the waypoints in reverse order.

       --loop Find a route that returns to the first waypoint after the last one.

       --heading=bearing
              Specifies the initial direction of travel at the  start  of  the  route  (from  the
              lowest numbered waypoint) as a compass bearing from 0 to 360 degrees.

       --highway-<highway>=preference
              Selects  the  percentage preference for using each particular type of highway.  The
              value of highway can be selected from:

              motorway       =   Motorway
              trunk          =   Trunk
              primary        =   Primary
              secondary      =   Secondary
              tertiary       =   Tertiary
              unclassified   =   Unclassified
              residential    =   Residential
              service        =   Service
              track          =   Track
              cycleway       =   Cycleway
              path           =   Path
              steps          =   Steps
              ferry          =   Ferry

              Default value depends on the profile selected by the --transport option.

       --speed-<highway>=speed
              Selects the speed limit in km/hour for each type of highway.  Default value depends
              on the profile selected by the --transport option.

       --property-<property>=preference
              Selects  the percentage preference for using each particular highway property.  The
              value of property can be selected from:

              paved          =   Paved   (suitable    for
                                 normal wheels)
              multilane      =   Multiple lanes
              bridge         =   Bridge
              tunnel         =   Tunnel
              footroute      =   A  route marked for foot
                                 travel
              bicycleroute   =   A   route   marked   for
                                 bicycle travel

              Default value depends on the profile selected by the --transport option.

       --oneway==0|1
              Selects  if  the  direction  of oneway streets are to be obeyed (useful to not obey
              them when  walking).   Default  value  depends  on  the  profile  selected  by  the
              --transport option.

       --turns==0|1
              Selects  if  turn  restrictions  are  to  be  obeyed  (useful to not obey them when
              walking).  Default value depends on the profile selected by the --transport option.

       --weight=weight
              Specifies the weight of the mode of transport in tonnes; ensures  that  the  weight
              limit  on  the  highway  is  not  exceeded.   Default  value depends on the profile
              selected by the --transport option.

       --height=height
              Specifies the height of the mode of transport in metres; ensures  that  the  height
              limit  on  the  highway  is  not  exceeded.   Default  value depends on the profile
              selected by the --transport option.

       --width=width
              Specifies the width of the mode of transport in  metres;  ensures  that  the  width
              limit  on  the  highway  is  not  exceeded.   Default  value depends on the profile
              selected by the --transport option.

       --length=length
              Specifies the length of the mode of transport in metres; ensures  that  the  length
              limit  on  the  highway  is  not  exceeded.   Default  value depends on the profile
              selected by the --transport option.

       The meaning of the preference parameter in the command line options is slightly  different
       for  the  highway  preferences  and  the property preferences.  For the highway preference
       consider the choice between two possible  highways  between  the  start  and  finish  when
       looking for the shortest route.  If highway A has a preference of 100% and highway B has a
       preference of 90% then highway A will be chosen even if it is up to 11% longer  (100/90  =
       111%).   For  the highway properties each highway either has a particular property or not.
       If the preference for the property  is  60%  then  a  highway  with  the  property  has  a
       preference  of 77% (sqrt(60%)) and one without has a preference of 63% (sqrt(100-60%)).  A
       highway with the property will be chosen even if it is up to 22% longer than  one  without
       the  property  (77/63  =  122%).   The  overall preference for each highway segment is the
       product of the preference for the highway type and all of the preferences for the  highway
       properties.

EXAMPLES

       Example usage (motorcycle journey, scenic route, not very fast):

       routino-router-slim --dir=data --prefix=gb --transport=motorcycle \
                           --highway-motorway=0 --highway-trunk=0 \
                           --speed-primary=80 --speed-secondary=80 \
                           --quickest

       This  will  use  the files data/gb-nodes.mem, data/gb-segments.mem and data/gb-ways.mem to
       find the quickest route by motorcycle not using motorways or trunk roads and not exceeding
       80 km/hr.

                                          01 August 2018                   routino-router-slim(1)