[mkgmap-dev] wrong mdr25 and mdr27 data in global index?From Ticker Berkin rwb-mkgmap at jagit.co.uk on Mon Jul 30 11:40:34 BST 2018
Hi Just been having a quick look at this area. My "Find Address" has only has input for "Region", "City", "Number" & "Street Name". The "Region" options are the Countries in my map, with "United Kingdom" pre -selected. It seems to work OK - changing the region to another country gives cities in that country. Doing MdrCheck I see a few strange things. At start: # reading 74210001 ERROR: map 1: city 1: no name; index 1 ERROR: map 1: city 2: no name; index 2 In mdr5 section, all have reg=0, despite having different counties: 1 map1; ABBOTS WORTHY mapCity=3 reg=0 (HAMPSHIRE) country=0 (UNITED KINGDOM^]GBR) ind20=0 rep=false 20 map1; ASHEY mapCity=24 reg=0 (ISLE OF WIGHT) country=0 (UNITED KINGDOM^]GBR) ind20=0 rep=false mdr25 check - doesn't give any errors and looks reasonable mdr27 check - gives section is empty This is based on a GMAPSUPP containing a single tile in the map and taking the MDR from this GMAPSUPP Ticker On Sat, 2018-07-28 at 06:58 +0000, Gerd Petermann wrote: > Hi, > > while looking at my problem with restaurant POI I noticed that > MdrCheck complains about the MDR27 in the index created by mkgmap > (Cities sorted by region) > > The check complains (correctly) about duplicate entries in this > index. We have a similar index in MDR25 (Cities sorted by country). > > For MDR27 the current code in mkgmap doesn't remove any duplicates, > for MDR25 it removes duplicate entries when > the combination of city name, region name and country name is > repeated, no matter in how many different tiles the combination > appears. > > On the other hand, MdrCheck only complains when the 3 names are equal > AND two subsequent entries in the index point to the same tile. > > So, if I got that right we may have to few entries in MDR25, and for > sure we have too many in MDR27. My problem: > I did not find a difference when I changed the code, it seems that > both my Oregon and the PC software seems to ignore these 2 indexes. > > Maybe older software/firmware versions used these indexes? > > Gerd > _______________________________________________ > mkgmap-dev mailing list > mkgmap-dev at lists.mkgmap.org.uk > http://www.mkgmap.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/mkgmap-dev
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