Andy<br>In the latest version I have already started to take account of the new tag regime and so there should be some clues in there about how to do it. I'm gradually migrating to the new tags. Look for: select='/osm/segment[tag[@k="railway" and @v="rail"]]', for example.
<br><br>You'll probably need to remove the segmentUnclassified stuff otherwise it will consider anything that doesn't have a class tag to be unclassifed and so will try to draw it as a minor road.<br><br>I'm thinking about creating a version that uses a rules file as an additional input. Something like:
<br><br><rules><br> <highway><br> <primary><segment width='4' color='red'/></primary><br> <secondary><segment width='4' color='yellow'/></secondary><br> </highway>
<br> <railway><br> <rail><segment width='3' color='black'/></primary><br>
<tram><segment width='2' color='#3ef8122'/></tram><br>
</railway><br></rules><br><br>This would make it easier to use for various different tag schemes.<br><br>Etienne<br><br><div><span class="gmail_quote">On 3/20/06, <b class="gmail_sendername">Andy Robinson</b>
<<a href="mailto:Andy_J_Robinson@blueyonder.co.uk">Andy_J_Robinson@blueyonder.co.uk</a>> wrote:</span><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;">
Etienne<br><br>Your map of Weybridge is looking great.<br><br>I should be able to produce a super map for Sutton Coldfield too but I need<br>to place some more tags before I do and will probably hack on your XSLT to<br>use the "highway" type keys rather than "class".
<br>You have done a really great job and I'm looking forwards to the direction<br>this is all going.<br><br>Cheers,<br><br>Andy<br><br>Andy Robinson<br><a href="mailto:Andy_J_Robinson@blueyonder.co.uk">Andy_J_Robinson@blueyonder.co.uk