[mkgmap-dev] extended types and java buffer overflowFrom Felix Hartmann extremecarver at googlemail.com on Tue Aug 25 22:00:41 BST 2009
Using the same style-file as before but changing many streets from 0x?? into 0xe10?? I needed to reduce by 70-75% the maxnodes settings of the map so that it compiles without error. Is there possibly a bug or is it normal that using extended types forces you to use much smaller tiles? Anyone already using the extended types and also seeing this problem? For some countries I needed to reduce maxnodes via splitter to 150.000 so that they compile fine. Even Denmark ran well on 400.000 before. I am a bit buffled about this. Overlays and Relations work fine now, I had forgotten about some patches that I was using previously and stopped by upgrading to 1140.
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