[mkgmap-dev] Weird MultiPolygon intersection warningFrom Marko Mäkelä marko.makela at iki.fi on Tue Feb 2 08:44:59 GMT 2010
Hi WanMil, On Mon, Feb 01, 2010 at 10:59:47PM +0100, WanMil wrote: > If you have intersecting lines the mp code cannot decide which polygon > is contained by another polygon. From my point of view this cannot be > fixed without major drawbacks. > > Overlapping lines are not allowed for multipolygons but are sometimes > used in OSM data. One could debate if they should be allowed or not but > in the end they exist. To detect overlapping lines the mp code must be > changed. At the moment I don't have a good and performant algorithm to > do that, so I cannot say for sure if that's possible or not. As there seem to be fewer than 10 such problematic multipolygons in Finland, I think that it will be easier to split the problematic multipolygons by hand. For instance, the Japanese garden http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/relation/48542 does not need to be a multipolygon at all. I split the building multipolygon to a multipolygon and a separate polygon at the NE edge. According to municipal aerial imagery and data on property boundaries, the building mass consists of several separate buildings, so my resolution of the problem should better reflect the reality. Marko
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