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[mkgmap-dev] Index branch: broken routing and sea generation

From Carlos Dávila cdavilam at orangecorreo.es on Fri Feb 18 17:34:36 GMT 2011

El 16/02/11 18:07, Carlos Dávila escribió:
> Any attempt to compile map of Spain with index branch results in a map
> with all tiles with coast flooded and broken routing. I have tried many
> combinations of options for mkgmap between the two extremes below:
> a: /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/bin/java -Xmx1500m -enableassertions
> -Dlog.config=logging.properties -jar mkgmap-index.jar \
> --route --family-id=18 --product-id=1 --index -c spain-index.args
> b: /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/bin/java -Xmx1500m -enableassertions
> -Dlog.config=logging.properties -jar mkgmap-index.jar \
> --max-jobs --generate-sea=polygons,extend-sea-sectors --route --latin1
> --code-page=1252 --gmapsupp --country-name=ESPAÑA --country-abbr=ESP
> --area-name=España --family-name="OpenStreetMap España" --family-id=18
> --product-id=1 --series-name="OSM-España-index" --index
> --ignore-maxspeeds --remove-short-arcs --add-pois-to-areas
> --adjust-turn-headings --report-similar-arcs --link-pois-to-ways
> --location-autofill=0 --style=mio -c spain-index.args
> Other things I have tried are OpenJDK instead of sun-Java, jar from
> mkgmap.org instead of self compiled, reducing max-nodes in splitter,
> etc. but all with the same result.
> If I compile just one or two of the tiles, routing works as usual (sea
> generation not tested).
I've found flood problem was a typ problem, so nothing to do with index 
branch. Regarding routing, I've been able to get a working map by just 
changing FID from 18 to other number and moving it to a different 
folder. I don't have any other map installed with FID 18, so I don't 
know what can be the reason for the routing problem. Any idea?

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