I am looking for a solution to parse OSM PBF files and obtain a road network that is navigable offline. Ideally, it should split ways at intersections with other ways and country boundaries and deduce traversing options based on the oneway and access tags.

I have found the following:

But I was wondering whether there could be any more options around. I have checked the Frameworks wiki page, but the two from above that were mentioned there were listed under different categories.

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The routing page might be a good place to start looking. In terms of public discussions, GraphHopper and OSRM get mentioned fairly frequently.

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