[OSM-dev] Josm throwing exceptions when predicting values

Martijn van Oosterhout kleptog at gmail.com
Mon May 28 11:49:13 BST 2007


On 5/28/07, John McKerrell <john at mckerrell.net> wrote:
> I've been away for the past week, near Malaga, Spain. While I was
> there I picked up some traces and have been putting them into OSM
> tonight. I've noticed that the daily josm snapshot now has a feature
> to allow you to select from the previous used values for a tag to
> complement the already existing feature that let you select from the
> previously used keys. Unfortunately sometimes when I use a key, josm
> is throwing an exception. Fortunately it doesn't break anything, but
> it is a little annoying. I thought it was when I used a key that
> hadn't already been used (which was relatively often in this area as
> it's fairly virgin territory) but it may simply be the fact that the
> key isn't in a predefined list that someone has compiled.

Hmm, when you get an exception usually it dumps a traceback (though
that may only be on unix based systems when you start it on the
command line). If you can get a traceback that will identify the line
causing the problem...

Have a ncie day,
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Martijn van Oosterhout <kleptog at gmail.com> http://svana.org/kleptog/




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