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Marc Cousin
Hi,

I feel like I'm missing something obvious… so sorry in advance… I'm new to this program.

Starting from this
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types, I
wanted to set points with tags 0x0050, 0x0051 etc,
 in a style

For instance a line in the "points" file of the style to draw speed cameras...


highway=speed_camera | enforcement=maxspeed | enforcement=traffic_signals [0x0052 resolution 24]


When trying to add this line, I get

Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0052 for POINT in style file points, line 300


I'm using r4240 version.

The command is
mkgmap --dem=srtm --max-jobs --tdbfile --nsis --output-dir=target_dir --mapname=OSM_FRANCE_light --country-name="FRANCE" --family-id=6324 --family-name="OSM_light france" --series-name="OSM france map" --area-name="France" --country-abbr="FRA" --style-file=./road_only --precomp-sea=sea.zip --generate-sea --route --drive-on=detect,right --process-destination --process-exits --index --bounds=bounds.zip --location-autofill=is_in,nearest --x-split-name-index --housenumbers --remove-ovm-work-files --verbose -c ./template.args


Regards

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Re: probably dumb question about style type

Mike Baggaley
Hi Marc,

The style manuals says:

If the type is not extended, it must be >= 0x0100 for a point, < 0x3f for a line, and < 0x7f for a
polygon.

This suggests that single byte values are not valid for points. If you change it to 0x0152 it should work.

Regards,
Mike

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Subject: [mkgmap-dev] probably dumb question about style type

Hi,

I feel like I'm missing something obvious… so sorry in advance… I'm new to this program.

Starting from this
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types, I
wanted to set points with tags 0x0050, 0x0051 etc,
 in a style

For instance a line in the "points" file of the style to draw speed cameras...


highway=speed_camera | enforcement=maxspeed | enforcement=traffic_signals [0x0052 resolution 24]


When trying to add this line, I get

Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0052 for POINT in style file points, line 300


I'm using r4240 version.

The command is
mkgmap --dem=srtm --max-jobs --tdbfile --nsis --output-dir=target_dir --mapname=OSM_FRANCE_light --country-name="FRANCE" --family-id=6324 --family-name="OSM_light france" --series-name="OSM france map" --area-name="France" --country-abbr="FRA" --style-file=./road_only --precomp-sea=sea.zip --generate-sea --route --drive-on=detect,right --process-destination --process-exits --index --bounds=bounds.zip --location-autofill=is_in,nearest --x-split-name-index --housenumbers --remove-ovm-work-files --verbose -c ./template.args


Regards

Marc


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Re: probably dumb question about style type

Marc Cousin
So, yes it was a dumb question

but it still doesn't work…

Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0152 for POINT in style file points, line 300

It must be something very close to this, but there is still a detail missing :/


On 9/18/18 5:50 PM, Mike Baggaley wrote:

> Hi Marc,
>
> The style manuals says:
>
> If the type is not extended, it must be >= 0x0100 for a point, < 0x3f for a line, and < 0x7f for a
> polygon.
>
> This suggests that single byte values are not valid for points. If you change it to 0x0152 it should work.
>
> Regards,
> Mike
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marc Cousin [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: 18 September 2018 09:15
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [mkgmap-dev] probably dumb question about style type
>
> Hi,
>
> I feel like I'm missing something obvious… so sorry in advance… I'm new to this program.
>
> Starting from this
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types, I
> wanted to set points with tags 0x0050, 0x0051 etc,
>  in a style
>
> For instance a line in the "points" file of the style to draw speed cameras...
>
>
> highway=speed_camera | enforcement=maxspeed | enforcement=traffic_signals [0x0052 resolution 24]
>
>
> When trying to add this line, I get
>
> Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0052 for POINT in style file points, line 300
>
>
> I'm using r4240 version.
>
> The command is
> mkgmap --dem=srtm --max-jobs --tdbfile --nsis --output-dir=target_dir --mapname=OSM_FRANCE_light --country-name="FRANCE" --family-id=6324 --family-name="OSM_light france" --series-name="OSM france map" --area-name="France" --country-abbr="FRA" --style-file=./road_only --precomp-sea=sea.zip --generate-sea --route --drive-on=detect,right --process-destination --process-exits --index --bounds=bounds.zip --location-autofill=is_in,nearest --x-split-name-index --housenumbers --remove-ovm-work-files --verbose -c ./template.args
>
>
> Regards
>
> Marc
>
>
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Re: probably dumb question about style type

Gerd Petermann
The sub type value 52 is too high. Not sure if 0x1f or 0x2f is the limit.
Ciao Gerd

---- Marc Cousin schrieb ----

So, yes it was a dumb question

but it still doesn't work…

Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0152 for POINT in style file points, line 300

It must be something very close to this, but there is still a detail missing :/


On 9/18/18 5:50 PM, Mike Baggaley wrote:
> Hi Marc,
>
> The style manuals says:
>
> If the type is not extended, it must be >= 0x0100 for a point, < 0x3f for a line, and < 0x7f for a
> polygon.
>
> This suggests that single byte values are not valid for points. If you change it to 0x0152 it should work.
>
> Regards,
> Mike
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marc Cousin [[hidden email]]
> Sent: 18 September 2018 09:15
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [mkgmap-dev] probably dumb question about style type
>
> Hi,
>
> I feel like I'm missing something obvious… so sorry in advance… I'm new to this program.
>
> Starting from this
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types, I
> wanted to set points with tags 0x0050, 0x0051 etc,
>  in a style
>
> For instance a line in the "points" file of the style to draw speed cameras...
>
>
> highway=speed_camera | enforcement=maxspeed | enforcement=traffic_signals [0x0052 resolution 24]
>
>
> When trying to add this line, I get
>
> Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0052 for POINT in style file points, line 300
>
>
> I'm using r4240 version.
>
> The command is
> mkgmap --dem=srtm --max-jobs --tdbfile --nsis --output-dir=target_dir --mapname=OSM_FRANCE_light --country-name="FRANCE" --family-id=6324 --family-name="OSM_light france" --series-name="OSM france map" --area-name="France" --country-abbr="FRA" --style-file=./road_only --precomp-sea=sea.zip --generate-sea --route --drive-on=detect,right --process-destination --process-exits --index --bounds=bounds.zip --location-autofill=is_in,nearest --x-split-name-index --housenumbers --remove-ovm-work-files --verbose -c ./template.args
>
>
> Regards
>
> Marc
>
>
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Re: probably dumb question about style type

nwillink

Limit of subtype is &1f.

Marc,

you should try  0X51 this is the same as 0x5100

Nick



On 18/09/2018 17:27, Gerd Petermann wrote:
The sub type value 52 is too high. Not sure if 0x1f or 0x2f is the limit.
Ciao Gerd

---- Marc Cousin schrieb ----

So, yes it was a dumb question

but it still doesn't work…

Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0152 for POINT in style file points, line 300

It must be something very close to this, but there is still a detail missing :/


On 9/18/18 5:50 PM, Mike Baggaley wrote:
> Hi Marc,
>
> The style manuals says:
>
> If the type is not extended, it must be >= 0x0100 for a point, < 0x3f for a line, and < 0x7f for a
> polygon.
>
> This suggests that single byte values are not valid for points. If you change it to 0x0152 it should work.
>
> Regards,
> Mike
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marc Cousin [[hidden email]]
> Sent: 18 September 2018 09:15
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [mkgmap-dev] probably dumb question about style type
>
> Hi,
>
> I feel like I'm missing something obvious… so sorry in advance… I'm new to this program.
>
> Starting from this
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types, I
> wanted to set points with tags 0x0050, 0x0051 etc,
>  in a style
>
> For instance a line in the "points" file of the style to draw speed cameras...
>
>
> highway=speed_camera | enforcement=maxspeed | enforcement=traffic_signals [0x0052 resolution 24]
>
>
> When trying to add this line, I get
>
> Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0052 for POINT in style file points, line 300
>
>
> I'm using r4240 version.
>
> The command is
> mkgmap --dem=srtm --max-jobs --tdbfile --nsis --output-dir=target_dir --mapname=OSM_FRANCE_light --country-name="FRANCE" --family-id=6324 --family-name="OSM_light france" --series-name="OSM france map" --area-name="France" --country-abbr="FRA" --style-file=./road_only --precomp-sea=sea.zip --generate-sea --route --drive-on=detect,right --process-destination --process-exits --index --bounds=bounds.zip --location-autofill=is_in,nearest --x-split-name-index --housenumbers --remove-ovm-work-files --verbose -c ./template.args
>
>
> Regards
>
> Marc
>
>
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Marc Cousin
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From the code, I think 0x1f. I still don't get what I'm supposted to use in my style though to
display those non extended values :)

On 9/18/18 6:27 PM, Gerd Petermann wrote:

> The sub type value 52 is too high. Not sure if 0x1f or 0x2f is the limit.
> Ciao Gerd
>
> ---- Marc Cousin schrieb ----
>
> So, yes it was a dumb question
>
> but it still doesn't work…
>
> Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0152 for POINT in style file points, line 300
>
> It must be something very close to this, but there is still a detail missing :/
>
>
> On 9/18/18 5:50 PM, Mike Baggaley wrote:
>> Hi Marc,
>>
>> The style manuals says:
>>
>> If the type is not extended, it must be >= 0x0100 for a point, < 0x3f for a line, and < 0x7f for a
>> polygon.
>>
>> This suggests that single byte values are not valid for points. If you change it to 0x0152 it should work.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Mike
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Marc Cousin [mailto:[hidden email]]
>> Sent: 18 September 2018 09:15
>> To: [hidden email]
>> Subject: [mkgmap-dev] probably dumb question about style type
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I feel like I'm missing something obvious… so sorry in advance… I'm new to this program.
>>
>> Starting from this
>> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types, I
>> wanted to set points with tags 0x0050, 0x0051 etc,
>>  in a style
>>
>> For instance a line in the "points" file of the style to draw speed cameras...
>>
>>
>> highway=speed_camera | enforcement=maxspeed | enforcement=traffic_signals [0x0052 resolution 24]
>>
>>
>> When trying to add this line, I get
>>
>> Error in style: Error: invalid type 0x0052 for POINT in style file points, line 300
>>
>>
>> I'm using r4240 version.
>>
>> The command is
>> mkgmap --dem=srtm --max-jobs --tdbfile --nsis --output-dir=target_dir --mapname=OSM_FRANCE_light --country-name="FRANCE" --family-id=6324 --family-name="OSM_light france" --series-name="OSM france map" --area-name="France" --country-abbr="FRA" --style-file=./road_only --precomp-sea=sea.zip --generate-sea --route --drive-on=detect,right --process-destination --process-exits --index --bounds=bounds.zip --location-autofill=is_in,nearest --x-split-name-index --housenumbers --remove-ovm-work-files --verbose -c ./template.args
>>
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Marc
>>
>>
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Steve Ratcliffe

Hi Marc

>  From the code, I think 0x1f. I still don't get what I'm supposted to use in my style though to
> display those non extended values:)

In my opinion the way you wrote it is correct, and mkgmap should
not be giving an error for it.

That should be fixed, but in the mean time, everything in the first
table with type 0x00 at
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types should
be regarded as having a type with no subtype.  So column "Sub-type" in
that table is better thought of as being the type and 0xYY can be
written as 0xYY00.

So you can write 0x5200 instead of 0x0052.  They (should) mean exactly
the same thing to mkgmap.  Removing the check allows both to be used
and give the same results.

I'm not sure what the correct check is, perhaps:

        if (type >= 0x100) {
                // This a type and sub-type. Check max sub-type of 0x2f (or 1f?)
                if ((type & 0xff) > 0x2f)
                        return false;
        } else if (type > 0x7f) {
                // But, perhaps all types are allowed and this
                // is not needed?
                return false;
        }

Best wishes,
..Steve
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nwillink
@Steve

[Check max sub-type of 0x2f (or 1f?)]

The way multiple types  with the same draworder in a TYP file are saved 
relies on subtypes being no higher than 1f.

In other words, if sub types were given a value >1f then  typ files are
unable to give accurate draworders for types with the same draworder.

Extra pois (as found in city navitgator & NT maps) do not have this
restriction and and can have a 4byte value.

HTH

Nick


On 19/09/2018 13:47, Steve Ratcliffe wrote:

>
> Hi Marc
>
>>  From the code, I think 0x1f. I still don't get what I'm supposted to
>> use in my style though to
>> display those non extended values:)
>
> In my opinion the way you wrote it is correct, and mkgmap should
> not be giving an error for it.
>
> That should be fixed, but in the mean time, everything in the first
> table with type 0x00 at
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/POI_Types should
> be regarded as having a type with no subtype.  So column "Sub-type" in
> that table is better thought of as being the type and 0xYY can be
> written as 0xYY00.
>
> So you can write 0x5200 instead of 0x0052.  They (should) mean exactly
> the same thing to mkgmap.  Removing the check allows both to be used
> and give the same results.
>
> I'm not sure what the correct check is, perhaps:
>
>     if (type >= 0x100) {
>         // This a type and sub-type. Check max sub-type of 0x2f (or 1f?)
>         if ((type & 0xff) > 0x2f)
>             return false;
>     } else if (type > 0x7f) {
>         // But, perhaps all types are allowed and this
>         // is not needed?
>         return false;
>     }
>
> Best wishes,
> ..Steve
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Steve Ratcliffe

Hi Nick

> [Check max sub-type of 0x2f (or 1f?)]
>
> The way multiple types  with the same draworder in a TYP file are saved
> relies on subtypes being no higher than 1f.

The POI types wiki page I was looking at claimed sub-types up to 2f,
but I am sure you are right and that 0x1f is the correct maximum.

..Steve

> In other words, if sub types were given a value >1f then  typ files are
> unable to give accurate draworders for types with the same draworder.
>
> Extra pois (as found in city navitgator & NT maps) do not have this
> restriction and and can have a 4byte value.
>
> HTH
>
> Nick
>

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Re: probably dumb question about style type

popej
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Hi,

I think that safe limit for subtype is 0x1F, but for many types values
up to 0x3F can be used.

I have creates some test maps and found that following values work:

POI_type_start, POI_type_end, subtype_less_than

0x01, 0x11,    1
0x14, 0x15, 0x40
0x16, 0x1D, 0x20
0x1E, 0x1E, 0x40
0x20, 0x28, 0x40
0x2A, 0x30, 0x20
0x40, 0x59, 0x40
0x5D, 0x5E, 0x40
0x62, 0x63, 0x40
0x64, 0x66, 0x40
0x67, 0xFF, 0x40
0x100, 0x100, 0x20
0x101, 0x109, 0x20
// 0x10A doesn't work
0x10B, 0x13F, 0x20
// range 140-1FF is displayed

For marine map it is a bit more limited. Marine types are in range 0x101
to 0x1FE, but cGPSmapper adds internally 0x100, so in a mp source, these
are values 0x01 - 0xFE. Here values in cGPSmapper convention:

POI_type_start, POI_type_end, subtype_less_than, attributes

// 0x00 doesn't work
0x01, 0x01, 0x20, light_color | light_type | note
0x02, 0x02, 0x20, foundation_color | light_type | note
0x03, 0x04, 0x20, depth
0x05, 0x05, 0x20, color
0x06, 0x06, 0x20
0x07, 0x07, 0x0D
// 0x070E display error
0x08, 0x08, 0x20
0x09, 0x09, 0x20, facility | text
// 0x0A doesn't work
0x0B, 0x11, 0x20
0x12, 0x12, 0x20, web_page
0x13, 0xFE, 0x20

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Steve Ratcliffe
Hi Andrzej

> I think that safe limit for subtype is 0x1F, but for many types values
> up to 0x3F can be used.

Are the ones above 0x1f different though? Or is it just ignoring the top
bits?

Is 0x3f a different icon to 0x1f for example?

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Marc Cousin
I managed to get a camera icon using 0x5201


No idea why it works though… I tried every not-completely-silly
combination until I got something :)


On 9/20/18 11:09 PM, Steve Ratcliffe wrote:

> Hi Andrzej
>
>> I think that safe limit for subtype is 0x1F, but for many types
>> values up to 0x3F can be used.
>
> Are the ones above 0x1f different though? Or is it just ignoring the
> top bits?
>
> Is 0x3f a different icon to 0x1f for example?
>
> Steve
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Marc Cousin
Well, no, this is silly, 0x52xx are for attractions, so yes I get
a camera, but probably not the correct one :(

On 9/21/18 9:11 AM, Marc Cousin wrote:

> I managed to get a camera icon using 0x5201
>
>
> No idea why it works though… I tried every not-completely-silly
> combination until I got something :)
>
>
> On 9/20/18 11:09 PM, Steve Ratcliffe wrote:
>> Hi Andrzej
>>
>>> I think that safe limit for subtype is 0x1F, but for many types
>>> values up to 0x3F can be used.
>>
>> Are the ones above 0x1f different though? Or is it just ignoring the
>> top bits?
>>
>> Is 0x3f a different icon to 0x1f for example?
>>
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popej
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Hi Steve,

 > Are the ones above 0x1f different though? Or is it just ignoring the
 > top bits?

When a typ file is attached, then icons are repeated, icon for subtyp
0x00 is the same as for subtyp 0x20. I can't create icon for subtyp
greater than 0x1F in TYPViewr, is there a limit in typ structure?

In BaseCamp there are some default icons, for example for POI 0x5904,
0x640E, 0x6616. These icons aren't repeated with higher subtyp values.

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Steve Ratcliffe
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Hi Marc

> I managed to get a camera icon using 0x5201
>
> No idea why it works though… I tried every not-completely-silly
> combination until I got something:)

Does that mean you do not get a camera with 0x5200?

I do get a camera on (an old) mapsource.

It is possible that 0x52 with no sub-type and 0x52 with subtype 0x00
are different to Garmin devices.  Although I believed that they were
the same, or that a sub-type of zero was not allowed or useful when I
wrote the code, perhaps incorrectly.

Steve
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Re: probably dumb question about style type

nwillink
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Hi Andrzej

is there a limit in typ structure?

All I can say is that polygons can't have subfiles>1F as a consequence
of the way draworders are 'zipped' in a TYP file when several polygons
share the same draworder . The result of a polygon having a subtype of
say 20 will create inaccurate draworders.

This is why TYPviewer /TYPwiz etc restrict subtypes to a max of 1f.

Does cgpsmapper enable you to create subtypes >1f?

r

Nick


On 21/09/2018 12:25, Andrzej Popowski wrote:
> is there a limit in typ structure?

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