[OSM-talk] oneway yes or true

Celso González celso at mitago.net
Fri Feb 27 10:46:30 GMT 2009


On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 11:37:30AM +0100, Elena of Valhalla wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 11:20 AM, sly (sylvain letuffe)
> <liste at letuffe.org> wrote:
> >> What would really add additional information to oneway is: 0, 1 and -1.
> >> These values additionally give a direction relative to the direction of
> >> the way. Imho only 0, 1 and -1 are the true options for the oneway tag.
> > I don't, for the exact same reason you gave above :
> > "Lean towards humans"
> > "shame on software unable to parse yes/no"

Agree, yes/no or even true/false are more human friendly than 0/1
 
> values in {0,1,-1} give more information than both {true,false} and
> {yes,no}, so they may be worth choosing over them. Of course values in
> {yes,no,reversed} would work as well, even if the "reversed" value
> sounds less natural than -1 to me.

I dont understand the -1 or reserved value, what that means?
one way yes/true/1 but in the opposite direction of the way?
 

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