[mkgmap-dev] Question reg. LocationHook and incomplete dataFrom GerdP gpetermann_muenchen at hotmail.com on Sat Jan 7 16:54:46 GMT 2012
Hi, the current implementation of LocationHook is somehow unpredictable when data in precompiled boundaries is incomplete. Assume we have two different elements e1 and e2, and both don't have the mkgmap:postcode tag set at the time that currentLevel is set to something like mkgmap:admin_level=11. Assume e1 has all other wanted tags, but e2 is also still missing e.g. mkgmap:admin_level=4. The element e1 will be removed from the quadtree because it is considered to be fully worked out, but e2 is kept. Later, e2 may get the value for the mkgmap:postcode tag from a boundary which itself doesn't have the value, but that "lies in" a boundary which contains a value. If e1 was not removed from the quadtree, it might also have gotten the mkgmap:postcode tag set to a value from such a boundary. I am not sure, maybe I've introduced the problem with one of my patches. Anyhow, the question is: What do we want to have? Should e1 get the mkgmap:postcode tag , or should e2 not get it? Ciao, Gerd -- View this message in context: http://gis.638310.n2.nabble.com/Question-reg-LocationHook-and-incomplete-data-tp7162156p7162156.html Sent from the Mkgmap Development mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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