The gtfs2db script¶
This is a script to manage the database. Here is its help message:
gtfs2db - convert a gtfs feed to a pygtfs database Usage: gtfs2db append <feed_file> <database> [--chunk-size <integer>] gtfs2db overwrite <feed_file> <database> [-i, --interactive] [--chunk-size <integer>] gtfs2db delete <feed_file> <database> [-i, --interactive] gtfs2db list <database> gtfs2db (-h | --help) gtfs2db --version Options: -h --help Show this help screen. --version Show version. -i --interactive Ask before deleting or overwriting existing feeds. --chunk-size <int> How often to flush database. If memory consumption is high, lower this number. [default: 10000] <feed_file> The gtfs file on which to operate. Can be either a folder containing .txt files, or a .zip file. <database> The database. Can be either a file, which is interpreted as an sqlite database stored in this file, or a sqlalchemy database connection. Commands: append appends the gtfs feed to the database overwrite delete any existing feeds which had the same original filename as the new file, and then append the new file. delete delete from the database any feeds with the name supplied. list list existing feeds in the database. Description: This is a tool to manage a database containing several gtfs feeds. The database is in a pygtfs 0.1.0 format, and can be stored as any database supported by sqlalchemy (the default being sqlite). The database file can later be used to create a `pygtfs.Schedule` instance.