wide lines not complete at the edges
gevensen at ALPHATRONICS.NET
Mon Jan 7 18:44:49 EST 2008
This will show it without a data source
Extent 0 0 50 50
Size 100 100
Points 1 1 End
Points 45 0 50 50 End
END # Feature
Points 0 45 5 0 End
END # Feature
Color 255 0 0
OverlayColor 0 0 0
END # Class
END # Layer
END # Map
Stephen Woodbridge wrote:
> rich.fromm wrote:
>> Steve Lime wrote:
>>> Can you post your mapfile and a small data sample?
>> The map files are in the posting starting this thread:
>> My data is a large dataset from navteq that I have imported into postgis.
>> I'll have to look into both what would be needed to do to trim it down,
>> whether or not my license allows me to redistribute it at all (I'm
>> not). Although I probably could generate a test case with synthetic
>> although that would require me researching a little bit about how the low
>> level data is stored.
> Based on looking at you images, I would just create a simple table in
> postgis and put in a few lines in a 0,0,5,5 space and create a simple
> one layer mapfile to display that on a simple 500x500 image. Using
> number like this make the math trivial. you can then pgsql2shp dump the
> table as a shapefile, and change you DATA statement and zip the mess up
> and attach it to a bug.
> Let me know is you need some more specific instructions or get stuck on
> doing this. This looks like a bug that need to get fixed.
> -Steve W
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