[fdo-users] MPolygon <-> FDO
gavin.cramer at autodesk.com
Thu Mar 13 03:19:44 EDT 2008
Hi, Dennis. Being on vacation means that my time is my own. Besides, this is a diversion from shovelling snow here in wintery Ottawa. :-)
Tessellating to a LineString seems like a bit much to get around this glitch. I think that I can get the necessary environment operational to reproduce your problem. I looked in the case file and found several versions of your project. The first one built for me with simple path changes. However, the most recent version has a vsproj file appears to be missing the AcMPolygonMGD reference, which I am also having trouble adding. My .NET skills are very rusty. I'll let you know if I get that going later today. I might need a patched file from you.
From: fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org [mailto:fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of djonio
Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2008 6:36 AM
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Subject: RE: [fdo-users] MPolygon <-> FDO
I hesitated to respond yesterday since you are on vacation and I had to
noodle through my approach to this issue anyway. For me your last post
brought me closure on the current state of FDO and those "curvee thingees".
However, I am still not sure of what approach I should take. I am leaning
toward the good'ol, tryed and true linearstring approach. I have been doing
that for a couple years now. (back then I think I used AGF ... whatever). I
talked to my users yesterday and they are kinda' sorta' OK with an
"emulated" arc approach. When a round-trip is needed they are willing to
deal with those "mini-lines". I will have to build some test cases for them
but from their perspective anything is better than the tedium that I put
them through today ... maybe we take a little step instead of a big one.
Sorry for that slight digression. I take your recommendation to heart and as
time permits will look into the FDO component myself.
You have a great vacation!
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