[mkgmap-dev] mkgmap style parsing question.From Johann Gail johann.gail at gmx.de on Mon Oct 18 17:14:45 BST 2010
> Johann, > > the idea to printout a warning sounds good. But there are some > restrictions within mkgmap that makes it unfeasable. > Yes, unfortunatelly I know the internas somewhat :-) > When mkgmap reads the OSM data all tags which keys are not referenced in > the style files are dropped. This improves the performance and reduces > the memory footprint *enormously*. The style file processing is done at > a later stage. > > So why not printout a warning at this stage, where the key is dropped? Or maybe not printout directly, but fill a statistics class with it. So the user can see, there are x (thousand) occurences of a key he has not handled in his style file. > So in case your style file only contains a rule for natural=water you > would get a warning for natural=land but not for landuse=residential. > > I don't think that's what you want? > I personally don't need this feature at all. It was meant only as a suggestion in response to the original poster. I will not implement it. ;-) If I will find some time for the mkgmap project, I have other preferences. Johann
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