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From Jan Tappenbeck osm at tappenbeck.net on Thu Nov 12 10:11:51 GMT 2009

Hi !

you use tags in the argument like extremecarver - but i only want to use 
  strings like "H=" !!!

regards Jan :-)

Clinton Gladstone schrieb:
> On Nov 11, 2009, at 23:56, Felix Hartmann wrote:
>> My command looks like this:
>> ....... | '${name} ${extremecarver${mtb:scale}${mtb:scale:uphill}|highway-symbol:box:6:5}' | .....
>> ${extremecarver} is set via the relations file, mtb:scale and mtb:scale:uphill are from osm data. ${extremecarver} is a three letter code and mtb:scale / mtb:scale/uphill single digits (0-5).
>> However the above will not work but instead the whole line is dropped and even the naming will be incorrect - while it does work if I don't try to put it into a highway symbol. 
>> | '${name} ${extremecarver}${mtb:scale}${mtb:scale:uphill}' |
> I think the parser cannot deal with the nesting of other variables in ${extremecarver...}. That is why the second example works, with all three examples separate.
> Now, if I recall correctly, the highway symbol code always needs to be the first character in a label. If this is true, the following should work:
>   '${extremecarver|highway-symbol:box:6:5}${mtb:scale}${mtb:scale:uphill}' 
> This will work provided the mtb:... tags do not contain any spaces, and extremecarver fulfills the 6:5 criterium. (Note that I also removed the name at the beginning, because that would prevent the shield from being displayed. Put that in the display_name or something.)
> Does this help?
> Cheers. 

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