[OSRM-talk] Need more instructions

Martin Bang Andersen datscharf at gmail.com
Sun Oct 18 17:21:06 UTC 2015

Thanks for both your replies, I disabled the mentioned section in AnalyzeTurn and ran extract again which gave me all the turns i needed, i will look at what impact this has on size /speed but at the moment i am very happy :-).

Emil Tin <emil at tin.dk> skrev:

>The turn instruction flags are computed during extraction but I think Martin is talking about the generation of instructions which is in fact done during queries.
>Sendt fra min iPhone
>> Den 17. okt. 2015 kl. 00.15 skrev Daniel Patterson <daniel at mapbox.com>:
>> Hi Martin,
>>   You're looking at the right code, but it's not used during `viaroute`.  The turn instruction flags are baked into the graph structure that is generated during `osrm-extract`.
>> daniel
>>> On Oct 16, 2015, at 1:08 PM, Martin Bang Andersen <datscharf at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have previous written about my troubles with missing instructions when a secondary road has the same name as the primary road, then this turn/instruction is somehow optimized out of the instruction set. 
>>> See for example: 
>>> http://map.project-osrm.org/?z=16&center=56.176718%2C10.168061&loc=56.176712%2C10.168061&loc=56.177751%2C10.156174&hl=en&ly=&alt=&df=&srv=
>>> Here the final instruction tells me: "Left onto Haslegårdsvej" and then after 150m it says destination reached. It does not tell me to turn right onto the secondary part of Haslegårdsvej after about 100m.
>>> Can anybody point me to the place in the source code where this turn is removed from the list of instructions? I have looked a lot of places and my best bet until now is the AnalyzeTurn function in extractor/edge_based_graph_factory.cpp:
>>> // If street names stay the same and if we are certain that it is not a
>>>     // a segment of a roundabout, we skip it.
>>>     if (data1.name_id == data2.name_id && data1.travel_mode == data2.travel_mode)
>>>     {
>>>         // TODO: Here we should also do a small graph exploration to check for
>>>         //      more complex situations
>>>         if (0 != data1.name_id || m_node_based_graph->GetOutDegree(node_v) <= 2)
>>>         {
>>>             return TurnInstruction::NoTurn;
>>>         }
>>>     }
>>> but it does not seem to be called during a viaroute request.
>>> Best regards
>>> Martin Bang Andersen
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