[mkgmap-dev] Commit: r1771: Code spring clean.From Felix Hartmann extremecarver at gmail.com on Fri Jan 7 15:34:03 GMT 2011
On 07.01.2011 16:27, maning sambale wrote: > I agree, a good workaround in the past, but should replaced eventually. >> Well road-name-pois should be removed from mkgmap alltogether IMHO. It >> overloads the POI search, and causes crashes on most gps - even when the >> map that has been built with road-name-pois is deactivated.... > >> And no, only old generation Garmin GPS work with the address search >> right now (and to search in other tiles than the active, workarounds are > Hope we can get this into mkgmap soon. :) >> needed). In the end as cpreview that generates a fully working address >> search for cgpsmapper produced maps is open source now, it should be >> possible to get mkgmap write correct address search too. I have not >> succeeded in using cpreview to write working mdr for mkgmap created maps >> though. > In trying to understand Garmin's search function, am I right to assume > that search works on different features of the map? My observation is > that garmin has 3 separate search index (POIs, address/street, and > City). > > POI search is OK but I have observed problems with city search. throught out road-name-pois from all loaded maps, and i bet that city search works correctly afterwards! (well I'm not sure which city categories are searchable, some are not showing up in search - but that's a style-file problem). (except the usual mkgmap problem of messing up Umlauts and their like in the search function - so best don't use --latin1 or another codepage, then one can search cities with Umlauts too). > >
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