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NAME

routino-router+lib-slim – calculate routes using the routino database
and shared library

SYNOPSIS

routino-router+lib-slim [–version] [–help] [–dir=dirname] [–prefix=name] [–profiles=filename] [–translations=filename] [–language=lang] [–output-html] [–output-gpx-track] [–output-
gpx-route] [–output-text] [–output-text-all] [–output-none] [–output-stdout] [–list-html
| –list-html-all | –list-text | –list-text-
all] [–profile=name] [–shortest | –quickest] –lon1=longitude –lat1=latitude
–lon2=longitude –lat2=latitude […
–lon99=longitude –lat99=latitude] [–reverse] [–loop]

DESCRIPTION

routino-router+lib-slim performs the calculation of the optimum routes
using the database generated by the planetsplitter program.

It differs from routino-router by using the libroutino shared li‐
brary.

OPTIONS

–version
Print the version of Routino.

–help Prints out the help information.

–dir=dirname
The directory containing the routing database.

–prefix=name
The filename prefix for the routing database.

–profiles=filename
The name of the XML file containing the profiles (defaults to
‘profiles.xml’ with ‘–dir’ and ‘–prefix’ options or the file
installed in /usr/share/routino).

–translations=filename
The name of the XML file containing the translations (defaults
to ‘translations.xml’ with ‘–dir’ and ‘–prefix’ options or the
file installed in /usr/share/routino).

–language=lang
Use the translations for specified language.

–output-html
Write an HTML description of the route.

–output-gpx-track
Write a GPX track file with all route points.

–output-gpx-route
Write a GPX route file with interesting junctions.

–output-text
Write a plain text file with interesting junctions.

–output-text-all
Write a plain text file with all route points.

–output-none
Don’t write any output files or read any translations. (If no
output option is given then all are written)

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

–list-html
Create an HTML list of the route.

–html-all
Create an HTML list of the route with all points.

–list-text
Create a plain text list with interesting junctions.

–list-text-all
Create a plain text list with all route points.

–profile=name
Select the loaded profile with this name.

–shortest
Find the shortest route between the waypoints.

–quickest
Find the quickest route between the waypoints.

–lon=longitude
Specify the longitude of the n’th waypoint.

–lat=latitude
Specify the latitude of the n’th waypoint.

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

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

20 September 2015 routino-router+lib-slim