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[mkgmap-dev] Commit: r1278: Add ability to set a road's class and speed from a CoordPOI.

From Carlos Dávila cdavilam at jemila.jazztel.es on Fri Oct 16 14:25:12 BST 2009

Mark Burton escribió:
> Carlos,
>>> Arguably, yes. However, I ran out of energy before I could implement
>>> that. The bollard code does very similar things but, to be honest, I
>>> can't really be bothered at this time. If someone else wants to
>>> implement that, I will happily integrate their patch. My feeling was
>>> that in most places where traffic signals and crossings are, the ways
>>> will contain points fairly close together and so the amount of way
>>> that is affected will actually be quite small. 
>> You're probably right in this assumption. But it can be different for
>> other POI's, like stops or toll booths. I can remember now several roads
>> that end in a stop after some hundreds of metres or even kilometres of
>> straight line. And the same can be applied to a motorway in which you
>> have to stop at a toll booth. What's your opinion?
> I agree, that would be a good example where the length of way that has
> its speed/class reduced should be limited. I suspect it will get done
> sometime but I'm not doing it right now - my mkgmap hacking energy
> level is depleted, got to wait till it recharges.
No problem, we'll wait. You are doing a great work on mkgmap and I think
no one can demand more, so take your time.
> Still, it's not really a big deal because all it means is that the
> router will be a bit less keen (if routing for speed) to use that way
> than it would do otherwise, a speed level reduction of -1 (for example)
> is not going to make much difference even over several Km.
> What I was aiming for was a means to add a time penalty for each
> instance of lights/crossings/miniroundabouts/etc so that when cross-town
> routing it would, hopefully, pick a faster route. We will see if that
> proves to be the case in practice.
> Cheers,
> Mark
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