Hi, if I use Osmosis to create a Diff (--derive-change), there is only an information about the new state.

Is there a way to get more informations about the old state?

something like this:

<modify>
    <old>
        <node id="52188999" version="4" uid="4902" lat="53" lon="9"/>>
    </old>
    <new>
        <node id="52188999" version="6" uid="63375" lat="50" lon="10"/>
    </new>
</modify>

asked 11 Jul '11, 11:04

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There's no method within osmosis for doing that. It's expected that you want to use the diff updates in order to update another data source, and so it's expected that other data source (whether that's a planet file, or a database, or whatever) will have the original "old" state.

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answered 11 Jul '11, 15:32

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do you know some way to get informations about what has been changed?

(12 Jul '11, 11:27) josias
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