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[mkgmap-dev] Name Substitution not correctly working

From Felix Hartmann extremecarver at gmail.com on Sat Jul 26 18:43:21 BST 2014

On 26.07.2014 19:00, Steve Ratcliffe wrote:
> Hi
>>>> 1. There seems to be a problem with Chinese Tonemarks...
>>>> http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/244080668
>>>> name:zh_pinyin ~ '.*Shì' { set
>>>> name:zh_pinyin='${name:zh_pinyin|subst:"Shì=>"}'; echo "rule 
>>>> working" }
>>> This seems to work for me.
>> Hmm, have you tried it out on China from Geofabrik? I copied the "Shì"
> I downloaded a small area around the point to gave directly from
> the OSM website.
>> Could there be a bug on Windows only, if the rule works for you
>> (assuming under Linux)?
> I suppose it is possible, but if the style file is not actually
> in utf-8 that would explain it. If the file is in cp1252 the
> character ì would look the same, but it would not work.
Okay - I used ANSI. Could there maybe be a check for this in the check 
styles routine, or in general?
I do suppose that must have been the problem.

However - also if I open mkgmap default style-file I notice it is opened 
in ANSI in notepad++ on Windows... I thought notepad++ uses reasonable 
codepage without destruction like Windows own notepad...

I'll have a look on what happens now - after changing the encoding to 
UTF-8 I get '.* ShxEC' shown - so well there might be some bug...
> I have uploaded the exact file I used to 
> http://files.mkgmap.org.uk/download/218/s.style
> (Can be used as --style-file=s.style)
> and the map extract: http://files.mkgmap.org.uk/download/219/map.osm
>> Is there a possible different notation for ì that could be used?
>> Unicodelookup.com gives:
>> 0354     236     0xEC     ì
> Yes, that is the character I used, copied from the OSM file.
> ..Steve

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