[mkgmap-dev] Inter-tile routing failures - not all our fault?From Mark Burton markb at ordern.com on Fri Aug 14 11:34:10 BST 2009
Using a recent GB tiled map on my eTrex, I have found that it performs differently (better?) to mapsource with regard to the problem of not routing across a boundary and back to the source tile. An example route I tried used a road that snaked across a boundary. Mapsource failed miserably in the manner previously described. The eTrex faired better in that it could manage to route across the boundary and back again for at least one crossing pair but when I tried to cross and back again for the second time, it took a really long time to calculate the route and the result was very silly. On another example route, that crossed the boundary to a fork and then crossed back to the original tile, mapsource failed but the eTrex was quite happy. So I remain far from convinced that the problem is due to buggy map data generated by mkgmap. However, it may be that we have to generate map data that is in some way "more sympathetic" to the needs of the Garmin routing engines. Mark
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