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#571
Originally Posted by ggabriel View Post
You mean in /usr/share/harbour-osmscout-server/lib/ ? The lib that couldn't be referenced (libboost_filesystem) is not there, but I can see the -mt version.
Yes, I met local lib. I will have to look into which libs are pulled there and why plain boost is used. Thanks for noticing!
 

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For those who observed issues with boost - please check if http://repo.merproject.org/obs/home:...la.armv7hl.rpm works. I bundled the missing library and I hope it is sufficient to fix the problem

PS: Already got the feedback - all should be fine now.

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#573
OSM Scout Server has been packaged into Flatpak - available at https://github.com/rinigus/osmscout-...server.flatpak . This allows you to use the server on desktop easily and develop against it. For example, modRana and Pure Maps.

I'll submit the server to Flathub, just may take some time. The server will have to be adjusted on desktop further - please ignore messages regarding missing icons. But, it is already now usable for testing clients against it

The new release was done on desktop only - there are no relevant SFOS changes.
 

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#574
Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
OSM Scout Server has been packaged into Flatpak - available at https://github.com/rinigus/osmscout-...server.flatpak . This allows you to use the server on desktop easily and develop against it. For example, modRana and Pure Maps.
Indeed! So far I have been always testing OSM Scout Server related functionality on my Sailfish OS device, but this way I can work on it directly on desktop as I do for basically everything else.

All in all, it works very well - I've tested map data download, tile rendering and place search and all seem to work fine! Actually, the Mapnik generated tiles seem to look better & have more details on desktop than when rednered on Sailfish OS. I guess this is due to some libraries being available that can't be used on Sailfish OS or possibly reduced resource constraints ?

BTW, I've noticed the socket activation toggle is still there in the flatpak version. IIRC you have mentioned socket activation is currently not possible with flatpak, so I guess the option should be hidden when running from flatpak ?

Thanks a lot for this! Having OSM Scout Server so easily available on desktop is really really nice & I think I'm certainly not the only one who will find it useful!
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#575
Originally Posted by MartinK View Post
BTW, I've noticed the socket activation toggle is still there in the flatpak version. IIRC you have mentioned socket activation is currently not possible with flatpak, so I guess the option should be hidden when running from flatpak ?
yep, its a bug. I'll have to fix it
 

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#576
OSM Scout Server is now available at https://Flathub.org . So, its compiled for all supported platforms (32- and 64bit variants of x86 and ARM). Whether it works, that's another question.

I'll try to keep all releases for SFOS and Flathub in sync.
 

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