The current THT resistor footprints have a din number within them. I would be interested if anybody can explain this number. (Does it relate to the resistor size or to some other detail?)
If there is a relation between this number and the size of the resistor, can you share (maybe in a pm) your source that shows it? Best would be a table that has all DIN numbers related to the resistor size. (I have a table relating the din number to power and voltage ratings. There it seems these values depend on the standard under which the resistor is manufactured.)
As an example there is the resistor DIN-0204 which current has the size L3.6 and D1.6 given in the official lib. I found other sources that give values between L4.1 to L4.6, D1.8 to D1.9 for a resistor with the same DIN number. I did not find a source that gave the measurements of the resistor currently in our library.