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[mkgmap-dev] boundary France broken?

From Patrik Brunner patrik.brunner at gmx.net on Thu Jan 23 21:31:58 GMT 2014

Thanks for the confirmation, Gerd.

stopped it, what a re-leaf for the PC...

So it really looks like Norway and France have a problem (just quickly 
looking through Europe)... screenprint of France was attached earlier, 
here the one for Norway:

Thanks also for the additional Info, but with my very limited knowledge 
I stop here and leave the details up to the specialists... hope at least 
I was helpful with running the command and providing the screenshots.


On 23.01.2014 22:25, GerdP wrote:
> Patrik Brunner wrote
>> Just to confirm: it doesn't matter that the command is still running ?
>> it did already create the level 2 files, seems to run through the levels
>> by admin level.... I assume it doesn't 'revisit' admin level 2
> yes, it goes from level 2 to level 11, so you can stop it.
> The lower levels take much more time because the algo has to
> combine a big bunch of small areas, and that takes very long.
> If you are interested in a smaller area, you can enable logging
> and look for the messages that tell you which *.bnd files
> were loaded when you create a map.
> You can execute the utility on a selected *.bnd file or you
> can copy some of them into a directory and scan them there.
> Gerd
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