I understood that Turn Restriction don’t work with CH. But I am not sure if they work if one is willing to not have CH (and hence have slower routing). I have read previous messages and tried to play with the code but I haven’t been able to come to a conclusion. If it is possible, how would one go about setting it up? I am not interested in UI, just in setting up a simple snippet of Java code that would do it. Something in the spirit of what is found here:https://github.com/graphhopper/graphhopper/blob/master/docs/core/routing.md
Thanks a lot,
You can create a graph with CH off and turn costs enabled via altering the properties file.
Or you can try by code:
If Java API is used, then prefered is the pure Java API:
// 5, 5, 0 is used for no turn costs and 1 is used to say 'use 1 bit for turn costs'
hopper.setEncodingManager(new EncodingManager(new CarFlagEncoder(5, 5, 1)));
The property based constructor is likely to be replaced with a more powerful one in the near future (via a HashMap / JSON)
Thanks Peter and Emux for answering my question.
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