[mkgmap-dev] Commit: r766: Write more of the *.mp-data.From Alexander Atanasov aatanasov at gmail.com on Thu Dec 4 18:18:20 GMT 2008
Hi, On 12/4/08, Robert Vollmert <rvollmert-lists at gmx.net> wrote: > > On Dec 4, 2008, at 16:31, Alexander Atanasov wrote: > > Links are helpful for fastest route, for shortest may be not. > > Does the routing work in both modes as expected? > > > > The "fastest" routes for cars look fine to me. The shortest routes > are a little strange -- they make obvious detours. Also, the > "Dist To Dest" is too low, I'm getting 15km instead of 17km for an > example here. My guess would be that the arc lengths aren't all quite > right. > > (We're not writing proper lengths in NET at all so far, but I don't > think that should be involved in routing. More likely to do with > addressing.) Headings are angle of first and second point, and last-1 vs last. Lenght should be sum of distances of all points in the line. How are lenghts calculated? > I'm also noticing that when viewing the route on the map (all my testing > is on a Vista HCx), it doesn't follow curvy segments at low zoom levels, > cutting them straight instead. If I zoom in, the display is corrected. > So probably, there's some curviness data missing. Are the roads present at that map level? They should be even simplified as a signle point, that is polyline with point and one zero delta. And that segment is in net. -- have fun, alex
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