[postgis-devel] RC2 ?
m.cave-ayland at webbased.co.uk
Tue Jan 25 07:30:38 PST 2005
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> Subject: [postgis-devel] RC2 ?
> This is a list of changes since RC1 is out:
> - More correct STABLE, IMMUTABLE, STRICT uses in lwpostgis.sql
> - GEOMETRYCOLLECTION(EMPTY) syntax support for
> backward compatibility
> - faster and more robust loader (both i18n and not)
> - faster binary outputs
> - bug fix in pointarray box3d computation
> - initial autoconf script
> - bug fix in distance_spheroid definition
> - stricter OGC WKB constructors
> - stricter OGC WKT constructors
> - bug fix in transform() missing to update bbox cache
> What do you think about an RC2 release ?
Yes, I think we're about ready. There are a couple of warnings I am getting
when compiling under Win32 that we could do with getting rid of, but I'm
struggling for time at the moment :( The main one is the use of the typedef
byte in the wkt parser since under MingW, byte is already defined by one of
the header files, plus there's also a warning about min/max being redefined
(these are again already defined under Win32 - 0.9 branch copes with this by
#ifdef...#endif the min/max definitions under Win32).
> Also, do you think we should jump over autoconf ?
I haven't had a chance to check a recent build, but if the resulting file is
editable by hand then I don't see any problems with it.
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