"It is not possible to analyze all relations in the same way since different relation types have different meanings. The RA tries to build a linked series of ways using some general rules and then creates a rating based on the type of the relation (although not all relation types are supported just yet).
An example of a type that is supported are "type=route" relations. *Here it expects that the relation exists in one piece as a series of linked ways *- only in this case you will get a OK rating." Vr gr Peter Elderson Op do 15 aug. 2019 om 18:26 schreef Andy Townsend <ajt1...@gmail.com>: > On 15/08/2019 17:04, Peter Elderson wrote: > > > Not talking about simple unsorted, but made unsortable. Enter a roundabout > of pedestrian area into a route, extend a road, shift another - and you > can'sort it. any more. I'm talking daily experience here. > > Presumably you're talking about some software that you're using that can't > sort a route that has some roads, a roundabout, and then some more roads in > it? > > What software is this? > > It's entirely normal that some routes are "not sortable" in the sense of > "being made into one linear list", but something like > http://ra.osmsurround.org/index ought to still be able to analyse them OK > I would have thought? I've just tried it on a bus route containing a > roundabout locally and it coped OK. > > Best Regards, > > Andy > _______________________________________________ > Tagging mailing list > Tagging@openstreetmap.org > https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/tagging >
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