[mkgmap-dev] warn against head-to-head or back-to-back coastline waysFrom Marko Mäkelä marko.makela at iki.fi on Mon Nov 14 08:57:02 GMT 2011
An OSM newcomer edited the coastline last weekend. He had deleted existing natural=coastline ways and replaced them with his own edits, and he forgot to connect the nodes. I fixed that by extracting the natural=coastline ways from the finland.osm.pbf with Osmosis, loading it into JOSM and addressing the validator complaints. All well and good, but the flooding did not cease today. I was puzzled. JOSM did not complain anything. mkgmap only complained the usual stuff about broken coastlines, e.g., when it sees an island polygon on firm ground, or stuff like that. Finally, it occurred to me that the new coastline sections were the wrong way around (land to the right, instead of land to the left). Could mkgmap please issue a warning when it notices that a natural=coastline way is connected to a natural=coastline way that runs in the opposite direction? I will file a similar bug against JOSM. Best regards, Marko
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