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[mkgmap-dev] Multiple Relations and Admin levels

From Markus markus_g at bigpond.com on Thu Aug 5 10:32:23 BST 2010

Hi WanMil,

Here are the options I normally use. The style is the default.

Java -Xms2000m -ea -jar mkgmap.jar --nsis --net --route
--process-boundary-relations --tdbfile --index --preserve-element-order
--reduce-point-density=0 --max-jobs=8 --drive-on-left --check-roundabouts
--generate-sea-:no-mp --remove-short-arcs --adjust-turn-headings
--extend-sea-sectors --no-sea-sectors --close-gaps=1000 --make-poi-index
--add-pois-to-areas -c template.args

And here are the splitter options I use.

Java -Xmx3000m -jar splitter.jar --mixed --no-trim --overlap=5000



-----Original Message-----
From: mkgmap-dev-bounces at lists.mkgmap.org.uk
[mailto:mkgmap-dev-bounces at lists.mkgmap.org.uk] On Behalf Of WanMil
Sent: Thursday, 5 August 2010 4:08 AM
To: Development list for mkgmap
Subject: Re: [mkgmap-dev] Multiple Relations and Admin levels

> Hello,
> I have noticed a problem with mkgmap if a way is included in multiple
> relations and Admin levels are used in the relations.
> What seems to happen is that mkgmap chooses the relation with the lowest
> Admin Level and only will display the way in mapsource when the matching
> zoom level is reached.
> This causes problems such as an example if the way is part of a state
> border, it will only show up if zoomed right in even though the state
> border relation has a higher Admin level.
> Also it appears to effect coastlines if a coastline is included in a
> relation with a low admin level.
> Regards,
> Markus_g


could you please post your mkgmap-options?
Do you use the default style?

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