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[mkgmap-dev] construction as industry?

From Gerd Petermann gpetermann_muenchen at hotmail.com on Mon Feb 6 08:38:22 GMT 2017

Hi Nick,

type 0x0c is used for very different things. A quick 
grep 0x0c -r *
shows these polygon rules:
inc/landuse_polygons:landuse=commercial [0x0c resolution 19]
inc/landuse_polygons:landuse=construction [0x0c resolution 21]
inc/landuse_polygons:landuse=quarry [0x0c resolution 19]
inc/landuse_polygons:landuse=industrial [0x0c resolution 23-19]

This looks in fact a bit strange to me. 
@Style experts: Please suggest other types.


nwillink wrote
> Hi
> I just realised that in the default polygon style  construction, whether
> its residential or industrial , is always defined as industrial 0x0c.
> I understand the' logic' , in that there are many 'mobile' industries
> constructing residential or industrial buildings.
> In my city there are numerous large construction sites, all of them
> constructing residential housing.
> If I were unknown to the city and plan a route through an industrial area
> I would expect to find  the following  :
> a) industrial blocks / units / working businesses
> b) roads entering and crossing industrial areas  safe from
> barriers,fencing,cones,mud-sweepers,grumpiness or foremen etc
> Personally I would provide a separate polygon , ie 0x27 perhaps
> Just a thought.
> Nick

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