Is there any tool which can take the differences between two .osm files, and apply those differences to a 3rd .osm file where objects are identified by a tag, rather than by ID

i.e. the differences file should contain instructions like "find the node with my_ref=123 and change it's name to x"

asked 02 Aug '13, 14:56

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I fear there is no known tool for that.

All tools I know that are able to convert raw OSM data are the mentiones Osmosis or osmconvert.

Consult the OSM wiki for detailed usage.

(05 Aug '13, 17:05) stephan75
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