Provided by: routino_3.2-5_amd64
routino-router - calculate routes using the routino database
routino-router [--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]
routino-router performs the calculation of the optimum routes using the database generated by the planetsplitter(1) program.
Example usage (motorcycle journey, scenic route, not very fast): routino-router --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(1)