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[mkgmap-dev] mkgmap:set_unconnected_type differentiate between connected on both sides or on one side only

From Gerd Petermann gpetermann_muenchen at hotmail.com on Tue Sep 19 14:53:35 BST 2017

Attached is v2 of the patch. It implements the removal of overlay lines when 
mkgmap:set_unconnected_type=none or mkgmap:set_semi_connected_type=none was

I am still not sure what should be done if the tag has a value that gives
another type instead of none.
Assume your style uses
highway=service & service=driveway {set
highway=service [0x07 road_class=0 road_speed=2 resolution 22 continue]
highway=service & oneway=yes [0x10106 resolution 24]

What would you expect for a semi connected way?
We have 2 lines, the first is changed from 0x07 to 0x10806. It would not
make much sense to change also the 2nd from 0x10106  to 0x10806. 
So, for now only the value none has an effect for the overlay line(s).



Felix Hartmann-2 wrote
> That sounds good
> On Sep 19, 2017 11:23 AM, "Gerd Petermann" <

> gpetermann_muenchen@

> >
> wrote:
>> Hi Felix,
>> Felix Hartmann-2 wrote
>> > Well I would like it to apply to non routable lines too - if continue
>> > with_actions is used - basically just treat routable and non routable
>> > lines
>> > the same (the initial check should only look at routable lines though I
>> > guess).
>> OK, I think I can change the code so that it stores the information
>> whether
>> or not a road
>> is connected (or "semi-connected") once for each OSM way that is at least
>> added once as a road.
>> In a further step mkgmap would check each line for the existence of the
>> mkgmap:set_unconnected_type tag and check if the corresponding OSM way is
>> connected or not.

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