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[mkgmap-dev] State of the coastline art

From Apollinaris Schoell aschoell at gmail.com on Fri Apr 2 02:02:28 BST 2010

What was the input? a geofabrik download or a osmosis extract with complete
coastline ways?
then you should try --generate-sea=extend-sea-sectors as Chris recommends.
I create all osm files with osmosis and  coastline will be complete and
touch tile boundaries.

another idea is to take the area.list from processing a germany extract and
feed it together with a planet or europe extract into splitter to get
complete coastlines.

On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 1:24 PM, NopMap <ekkehart at gmx.de> wrote:

> Hi!
> Just to let you know. Encouraged by your statements, I tried to do the
> German coast along the baltic sea with --generate-sea=multipolygon. The map
> was made up of 3 tiles.
> The result was rather disillusioning. In about 1/4 of the coast it looked
> good, on half of the coast the water was missing completely and about 1/4
> was inverted with the land flooded and the sea clear.
> My conclusion is that I'll stick to the old technique for the time being
> (manually edited sea polygons derived from the shapefiles used by mapnik).
> bye
>          Nop
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