[mkgmap-dev] GPS V?From Lambertus osm at na1400.info on Sat Apr 11 09:34:58 BST 2009
Thanks for the information. I've recompiled the tile to see if Mkgmap produced any errors but there weren't any. No sign of problems handling the data. But the resulting image contains only POI's. I've compiled the tile using: java -Xmx2048M -ea -jar ~/garmin/utils/mkgmap/mkgmap.jar --latin1 --code-page=1252 --net --route 73240299.osm.gz Maybe someone else can have a look to see what's going on. The source file and compiled image are here: http://planetosm.oxilion.nl/~lambertus/73240299 Greg Troxel wrote: > Something is definitely not ok with that tile. I've seen this behavior > (only POI's but no roads) before, but I haven't been able to > understand why that happened. Can you post the tile number > (73240xxx.img) which shows only POI's and post the download URL? > > Here's the download URL (requested ~1509 UTC on April 10), for a single tile: > > http://planetosm.oxilion.nl/~lambertus/garmin/routable/02-04-2009/d9635902e70c34d57e89769711a0eeb0 > > tile is: > > 73240299.img > > I looked up the bounding box: > > 73240299: 1966080,-3362816 to 1990656,-3330048 > # : 42.187500,-72.158203 to 42.714844,-71.455078 > > which seems entirely reasonable and covers my town. -71.5 runs right > through town, almost at the police station at 42.4something, so I was > definitely looking in the right place. And, when I went too far east > the GPS V said it had no map data (the 'mapsource' designation went away > and it said 'overzoom'). > > I made two other requests, and had similar trouble with both of them. > Plus the odd behavior where the GPS V claimed not to have maps for the > areas that should have been covered. > > Thanks very much for offering the service and for looking into my problems. > > (This is really a tiny point, but I first thought the data was from > February: "Based on OpenStreetMap data from: 02-04-2009." Just now I > realized that's the European date format (or maybe all but US). It > would help us Yanks not get confused if you used ISO8601 and had dates > like 2009-04-02.) > > Greg > > Data about my first two requests: > > first request: a few tiles in massachusetts > > http://planetosm.oxilion.nl/~lambertus/garmin/routable/02-04-2009/6bb1b65ae8a7dad059f4c07a0c3ea43c > 73240299.img > 73240302.img > 73240303.img > 73240304.img > 73240305.img > > second request: a much bigger bounding box > > http://planetosm.oxilion.nl/~lambertus/garmin/routable/02-04-2009/aa26343bc4f4aece7c910be92d700e0f > 73240296.img > 73240297.img > 73240298.img > 73240299.img > 73240300.img > 73240301.img > 73240302.img > 73240303.img > 73240304.img > 73240305.img > 73240306.img > 73240307.img > 73240308.img > 73240309.img > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > _______________________________________________ > mkgmap-dev mailing list > mkgmap-dev at lists.mkgmap.org.uk > http://www.mkgmap.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/mkgmap-dev
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