[OSM-dev] Maplint maximum errors

Dirk-Lüder Kreie osm-list at deelkar.net
Sat Apr 21 19:16:34 BST 2007

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OJW schrieb:
> On Saturday 21 April 2007 12:36, Frederik Ramm wrote:
>> Or we just decreee that maplint in t at h is always exactly the same as
>> standalone maplint (that'll generate less confusion), and symlink
>> everything including tests.xsl?
> Various people have suggested making maplint stop after a certain number of 
> errors when in tiles at home mode  (like when compilers give up after they've 
> told you about the first 2000 errors)
> Otherwise we get areas like this:
> http://dev.openstreetmap.org/~ojw/Browse/?x=5243&y=12663&z=15&tileset=3
> ...which apparently require huge amounts of RAM to create, and could be 
> replaced with a big "HAVE YOU HEARD OF REUSABLE NODES?" image, or similar...

The (Tiger-imported) data from San Francisco has been removed along with
all duplicates, but about the topic: this might make sense, but you
might conceal errors until others are fixed, and the one working on the
area would wonder why there suddenly are errors, so it's not quite clear
or transparent when an error will be shown or not.

To my knowledge the San Francisco area is (was!) the only one with such
a huge memory footprint when rendering.

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