[OSM-dev] Odd data in daily diffs (potlatch related?)
steve at asklater.com
Mon Mar 31 09:25:37 BST 2008
On 29 Mar 2008, at 14:21, Richard Fairhurst wrote:
> Jon Burgess wrote:
>> I dumped the same data myself with the planet dump tools and it
>> the same invalid output. I have added a line into the planet dump
>> to replace this with a ?.
>> Now that I have found the links above I should perhaps add an even
>> stricter test to drop everything < 32 except for 9, 10 & 13.
> When writing ways/POIs to the db, Potlatch replaces anything <32
> with an empty string.
> I can add a similar bit of code for relations, but since Potlatch
> writes relations using Rails objects rather than raw SQL, I guess it
> might be better in the relations model - in particular:
> Any objections if I put it there? Steve?
thats where it would be supposed to go for 'code reuse'
that covers input... what about the existing broken strings? I assume
this would be horrible to do in the database, but easier for someone
to parse planet and update via the api.
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