[OSM-dev] coast_josm: limit the nodes per way to 250 max.

Arne Goetje arne at linux.org.tw
Sat Oct 13 15:10:54 BST 2007

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D Tucny wrote:
> On 13/10/2007, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>> attached is a small patch to limit the way length to 250 nodes maximum.
>> Applied, thanks. Such a limit was in there before, and I accidentally
>> dropped it when implementing my simplification algorithm.
> Argh, wish I'd noticed that this had been done before I converted and
> started uploading the coastline file I'd created and touched up a bit just
> before the 0.5 switchover... The one produces a file 1/4 the size of the one
> produced by the old coast_josm.pl, 1/3 the size of the converted one...
> Interestingly, for this area, it still seems to get pretty much 99% of the
> 'segments' in the wrong direction... With the last version I just did a
> select all reverse, renumber which then meant only having to tidy up that 1%
> that were right... Is this something strange relating to the different
> source files having different directions?

yepp, for me too... Area 23 seems to be completely in the wrong
direction, I opened every OSM file in JOSM and reverted the ways...

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