Problem converting maps. was: MC Navi 0.2.10 released
sylvain.pare at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 10:59:20 CEST 2010
thanks for your software!
But unfortunatly for me I could not test it yet in France because of missing
map for my country
and because each time I try to make my map I do not succed. Or not
I took the boundary file provided
and a region from France from geofabrik to test the generation and here is
osm2mcmap -bi boundary.mcb -mo map.mcm map.osm
Import data from map.osm
Import data 100%
Sorting nodes 100%
Process multipolygons 100%
Process cities 100%
Process nodes 100%
Process ways 100%
Sorting ways 100%
Process relations 100%
Sorting segments 100%
Sorting sectors 100%
Reindex segments 100%
Sorting planes 100%
Sorting POIs 100%
Cleaning nodes 100%
Writing nodes 100%
Writing cross 100%
Writing segments 100%
Writing ways 100%
Writing plane sectors 100%
Writing plane index 100%
Writing planes 100%
Writing POIs 100%
Is it normal to have those statistics? Of corse the generated map does not
work in MCNavi : can't find any city...
Thanks by advance for your help!
Sylvain (aka GarthPS)
2010/8/23 Mike Crash <mike at mikecrash.com>
> Boundaries are needed for correct assigning of cities and addresses to
> country. It is actually don't needed, if routing to address is not
> The use of continent boundary extracts (from cloudmate) is needed, because
> country extract has broken boundaries - the cut area sometimes splits them.
> For large memory requirements - I'm currently working on more functionality
> (itinerary, click routing etc.). In parallel I think about optimizing of
> and converting process. I need small map, so optimizing is not my current
> priority. But it will be next step, as I do what I want to do :). Please be
> patient (I have job and family).
> Thomas Franck wrote:
> >> You can successfully convert smaller regions though - just download
> >> precomputed
> >> boundary extract from
> >> and then use with "-bi" option. (Still won't work for germany.osm - it
> >> too large
> >> to fit into memory space)
> > Oh.. ic... though, as I stated in the other mail.. I was under the
> > impression that we needed the "continent" boundary to do countries..?
> > does that mean we can use like germany boundary and do cities and areas?
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