[mkgmap-dev] type numbers , again...From nwillink osm at pinns.co.uk on Sun Sep 21 16:26:24 BST 2014
The latest impressively detailed manual tells us that: If the type is not extended, it must be >= 0x0100 for a point, I might be wrong but looking at the img structure I come to a different conclusion: Non extended POIs have their 8th bit set to denote the possible inclusion of a subtype. If so I make the maximum for a non extended POI to be &7F and not &FF as perhaps was implied? '< 0x3f for a line, and < 0x7f for a polygon.' Perhaps explain why non extended lines can't be &40+ ( ie bits used for direction & length of bitstream) Regards nick -- View this message in context: http://gis.19327.n5.nabble.com/type-numbers-again-tp5818050.html Sent from the Mkgmap Development mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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