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[mkgmap-dev] [Patch v3] drive-on-left/drive-on-right handling

From Colin Smale colin.smale at xs4all.nl on Tue Dec 2 12:50:14 GMT 2014


I can't see how that would work, unless you can deduce that two parallel
one-ways are part of the same dual carriageway. And that's an algorithm
that many people would like to have, I'm sure... 


On 2014-12-02 13:45, GerdP wrote: 

> Hi Andrzej,
> do you think that we should count all routable ways ?
> Gerd
> popej wrote
>> Hi Gerd, I publish some maps of Africa, like East Africa or South Africa. These are parts of the world, where people drive on left. My default is drive-on-left, but maps include some small parts with drive on right too. I'm afraid drive-on=detect could fail for my maps, for example if a tile contains no roundabouts. -- Best regards, Andrzej _______________________________________________ mkgmap-dev mailing list
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