Hi,

I want to filtering tags (name) but only for a type of object.

Indeed, I want to remove name for only amenity and building object. I tried but for the moment I don't find the solution. My last try was :

osmfilter output2.osm --drop-tags="amenity=name"> output1.osm

And I don't know if it's possible.

Thank you for your help.

Michael

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Your statement drops only object tags with the real value 'name' which isn't that you want to archive. So if you take a look at the docs, you see that you need a wildcard or at least open filter experession:

./osmfilter a.o5m --drop-tags="oneway= name=" -o=plain_ways.o5m

You can also add an --keep="amenity=" to return only amenity nodes/ways/relations and remove their names (if this makes sense to your scenario?)

Edit: I changed the doc link to drop "Tags" as that is what is wanted here I think.

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