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Re: osm-tile-server

> > Regardless, there are other ways of approaching this issue, for example,
> > the openstreetmap-carto package could produce two binary packages, the
> > first containing the style.xml file, and the second which depends on the
> > first, and handles copying it and editing it for the user. In this
> > scenario, you could just depend on the first package, and avoid any
> > questions being asked of the user.
> This is a very good idea. It will provide full flexibility. All the
> reusable things should be in a separate package called
> openstreetmap-carto-common or something similar (or perhaps
> openstreetmap-carto vs openstreetmap-carto-config). Then users who
> just want an OSM tile server up running can just install
> osm-tile-server which pulls in -common, while the more advanced user
> can install openstreetmap-carto and configure every detail
> individually.

I've split it into two packages and put it on a branch:

 git clone git://anonscm.debian.org/pkg-grass/openstreetmap-carto.git -b two_packages


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