[mkgmap-dev] Commit: r1059: New approach to the too many nodes in region problem - carry on regardless.From Mark Burton markb at ordern.com on Thu Jun 4 19:00:22 BST 2009
Hi Clinton, > On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 5:41 PM, Mark Burton <markb at ordern.com> wrote: > > > > Let's see how this does - I have tried it out on 63660006.osm and the > > resulting map loads into mapsource OK and is generally fine. > > I have also tested this, and it worked fine (with the exception of the > broken routing in the damaged area, but that is to be expected). > > Thanks very much for this fix! Well, as we know, it's a hack but if it allows the map to build and be mostly usable, it's a worthwhile hack. > I also apologise, because I thought that r1054 introduced the > "croaking" feature. But if I now understand it correctly, the commit > simply made the croaking more elegant. Previously mkgmap would "spew" > error messages and then croak. No need to apologise, I understood your unhappiness with how it was. But yes, it would have bombed anyway, I just made it a little more useful by reporting the bbox and then exiting without spewing out more garbage. Cheers, Mark
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