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[mkgmap-dev] Diagnostic warnings for dead-end oneway highway=service

From GerdP gpetermann_muenchen at hotmail.com on Thu Jan 2 19:59:27 GMT 2014

Hi Marko,

okay, thanks for the explanation. I'll look at the differences tomorrow.


Marko Mäkelä wrote
> On Thu, Jan 02, 2014 at 11:19:06AM -0800, GerdP wrote:
>>Hi Marko,
>>please check:
>>Marko Mäkelä wrote
>>> * Different coordinates for the 13 old messages (as expected; this is
>>> thanks to the higher precision)
>>I don't yet see a reason for different coordinates. Did you really compare
>>the output one program execution?
>>Or did you use a different program for the "old" messages?
> I did 2 comparisons with the output from 2 runs:
> With mkgmap/trunk r2916
> With mkgmap/branches/high-prec-coord r2930 and your patch
> First, I compared the output of trunk to the output of branch, using the 
> finland.osm.pbf from Geofabrik dated today, 02:16 UTC.
> There were 2 differences:
> (a) Variation of the coordinates in the 13 old-style messages
> (b) Addition of 10 new-style messages
> This was to be expected.
> What was not expected was the difference 13 vs. 10. To diagnose it,
> I performed another comparison within the output of the patched branch.  
> Many of the "old" messages had direct counterparts in the "new" 
> messages, but some "new" messages for "old" messages were missing, and 
> some were extra (only "new" message for the way, no "old" one).
> In my previous message, I listed the OSM way IDs for both cases. I fixed 
> one error (for one extra "new" message) in the OSM database, but I left 
> the others intact, so that we will have some errors in the next 
> finland.osm.pbf to check against.
> 	Marko
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