[mkgmap-dev] Unusable maps generated from geofabrik-europeFrom Chris Miller chris_overseas at hotmail.com on Wed May 5 00:09:06 BST 2010
>> El 02/05/10 20:51, Felix Hartmann escribió: >> >> problem. Any attempt to use lower max-nodes resulted in the following >> error: >> Splitting nodes into areas containing a maximum of 150.000 nodes >> each... >> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.StackOverflowError >> at >> uk.me.parabola.splitter.DensityMap.xToLon(DensityMap.java:205) > > This particular one is a bug in the splitter. I think what's happening > is that even though we've split down to the smallest area possible, > there's still more than 150,000 nodes in that area so the splitter > recurses infinitely and blows the stack. I *thought* I'd added a check > for that but I guess not... I'll take a look. About the best I'd be > able to do in that situation is to print an error and still create an > area that contains more than --max-nodes. I just checked in a fix for this (r107) that should prevent the StackOverflowError. Instead you should now just see a warning that the area contains more than --max-nodes but can't be split any further.
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