[mkgmap-dev] Commit: r1265: Added --drive-on-left, --drive-on-right and --check-roundabouts options.From Steve Hosgood steve at tallyho.bc.nu on Tue Oct 20 16:01:17 BST 2009
Mark Burton wrote: > Splitting roundabouts into segments is very common in the UK because > of route relations. i.e. a bus route uses part of a roundabout and so > the roundabout is split into segments so that only a portion of the > roundabout is part of the bus route. > > Not to mention motorway-junction roundabouts which have to be split so that part of them can be flagged "bridge=yes" & "layer = 1". > It's incredible what crap people are > happy to put into the OSM database. I get the impression that most > contributors don't give a toss about the map being routable or not. > > True, but unless they've got a Garmin, and use mkgmap, they're unlikely to have tried using the data for routing. There isn't a "mktomtommap" yet, is there? The more people start to wake up to the advantages of up-to-date free maps for their in-car GPS units, the better the data will become. Mind you - it's going to take ages to get universally good. Steve
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