[mkgmap-dev] SuggestionsFrom charlie at cferrero.net charlie at cferrero.net on Wed Dec 9 12:40:30 GMT 2009
Quoting Peter & Suzie <pslowater at gmail.com>: > 2. This may be able to be done already but I could not see how, > currently I use my own style files to create the output I desire but > every time a new feature is added the the default ones I need to get > that and add to all my style sets or reapply my changes to the default > ones. > It would be good to have the ability to create a set of overide style > files that only contain things that are to be changed from the default > style you are using and some type of marker so some default ones can > be deleted. > It's been suggested before that the style files have some sort of #include directive. As an example. We have a style called 'pedestrian'. The style rules file ./pedestrian/points would have a line at the top that said: #include ../default/points This would mean that the file ./pedestrian/points would include all the default points style rules. Below the #include directive in the ./pedestrian/points file would be: a) additional style rules not present in ../default/points b) over-rides (i.e. style rules that match the same OSM objects as ../default/points, but do something different) This would mean you could keep your own styles fully up to date with changes to the default style, and save you re-writing lots of rules that you don't want to change from the default. -- Charlie
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