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[mkgmap-dev] extended & routable types at different resolutions

From Felix Hartmann extremecarver at gmail.com on Thu Sep 19 17:46:14 BST 2019

well but motorway will then also have to be in resolution 24 as well - I
don't know of a way that makes it possible to use routing without a line so
to say. You can put routing onto an invisible line via .typ-file - but the
routing information has to be on resolution 24. If you have the line level
7 - or resolution 14 - the line is put into all levels that are lower (or
higher for resolution) - but the routing bits are only attached to
resolution 24.

so a line - highway=motorway [0x13 road_class=4 road_speed=7 resolution
14-14 continue]
the routing bits are ignored (or maybe mkgmap throws an error - I don't

while highway=motorway [0x13 road_class=4 road_speed=7 resolution 14]
is identical to writing
highway=motorway [0x13 road_class=4 road_speed=7 resolution 14-24]

Garmin city navigator map has routing on resolution 23 - but the maps have
no resolution 24. Mkgmap cannot do this AFAIK.

If real invisible routing would be possible without using invisible line in
.typ-file - please tell us how!

On Thu, 19 Sep 2019 at 12:59, Ralf Kleineisel <ralf at kleineisel.de> wrote:

> On 9/19/19 12:13 PM, Felix Hartmann wrote:
> > Routing is only in resolution 24. If you put that information into other
> > resolution it is ignored.
> But this does not mean that all routing lines have to be "resolution 24"
> in the style's line file. In my own style e.g. highway=motorway has
> "level 7" which corresponds to "resolution 14".
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