sorry for my english)) is it possible somewhere to see the implementation (source code) of search for osm?

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thanks! but i'm newbie - so can you show example - how i can use it? I don't know how include nominatim in my project.

(04 Nov '10, 09:18) Artem Bolshakov
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Hello Artem, please post your further question not as a new answer to your first question because this is not a forum with a chronological order of all answers, but an FAQ system where each answer can be voted to find out the best ones. Instead you can add a comment to any answer of the other users or edit your original question.

You can convert your wrong placed answer to a comment by clicking "more" and -> convert, please do so.

Also a good place for questions like yours is http://forum.openstreetmap.org

(04 Nov '10, 16:22) stephan75

You can use Nominatim from sources or use one of avaiable server via API.

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answered 04 Nov '10, 09:01

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The best currently available search engine for OpenStreetMap is nominatim which is documented in the wiki. The source code is available in the SVN (especially in the "gazetteer" directory there).

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answered 04 Nov '10, 08:39

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