./math/R-osmdata, Import OpenStreetMap Data as Simple Features or Spatial Objects

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.1.6, Package name: R-osmdata-0.1.6, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Download and import of 'OpenStreetMap' ('OSM') data as 'sf' or 'sp'
objects. 'OSM' data are extracted from the 'Overpass' web server and
processed with very fast 'C++' routines for return to 'R'.


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   2021-10-07 16:09:33 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (108)
Log message:
geography: Remove SHA1 hashes for distfiles
   2021-09-20 14:27:34 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
(geography/R-osmdata) Updated 0.1.3 to 0.1.6

0.1.5.00X
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Major changes:

- New function `add_osm_features` to enable OR-combinations of features in
  single queries.

0.1.5
===================

Minor changes:

- Bug fix in `getbb()` via #232, thanks to @changwoo-lee
- hard-code WKT string for EPSG:4326, to avoid obsolete proj4strings (#218)
- bug fix in `print` method via #236; thanks to @odeleongt

0.1.4
===================

Major changes:

- New `osm_enclosing()` function; thanks to @barryrowlingson via #199
- `opq()` now has additional `datetime` and `datetime2` parameters which can be
  used to extract historical data prior to `datetime`, or differences between
  two datetimes by specifying `datetime2`; thanks to @neogeomat for the idea in
  issue#179.
- opq() also has additional `nodes_only` parameter to return nodes as points
  only, for efficient extraction of strictly point-based OSM data; thanks to
  @gdkrmr for the idea in issue#221.

Minor changes:

- New contributor Enrico Spinielli (@espinielli), via #207, #210, #211, #212 - \ 
Thanks!
   2020-08-09 17:19:41 by Brook Milligan | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
geography/R-osmdata: import R-osmdata-0.1.3

Download and import of 'OpenStreetMap' ('OSM') data as 'sf' or 'sp'
objects.  'OSM' data are extracted from the 'Overpass' web server and
processed with very fast 'C++' routines for return to 'R'.