[geos-devel] buffer bug fixed
strk at keybit.net
Thu May 20 04:54:00 EDT 2004
On Wed, May 19, 2004 at 05:57:21PM -0700, Martin Davis wrote:
> I don't think so... We've sort of outstripped the ability to express
> tests in .xml format (e.g. buffer tests are really possible to
> There is a bunch of Junit buffer tests - would those be useful?
Send them out, I'll see what can I do with them.
> By the way, do all the tests which uncovered bugs in GEOS pass in JTS?
> If not, can you send me the tests?
The only tests that do not pass yet are the 4 isValid ones
contained in testLeaksBig.xml yury or I already sent you.
What about those tests ? Who's right ?
The 'expected' or the 'real' result ? (I do not know where
testLeaksBig comes from).
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> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: strk [mailto:strk at keybit.net]
> > Sent: May 19, 2004 10:00 AM
> > To: geos-devel at geos.refractions.net
> > Cc: Martin Davis; Paul Ramsey
> > Subject: [geos-devel] buffer bug fixed
> > I've found and fixed a bug in BufferOp.
> > example.cpp runs work now fine on buffers.
> > There is an issue left with intersection,
> > where side location conflict TopologyException is raised.
> > Still we have no failures on .xml tests, apart from the
> > 5 isValid tests also failing with JTS-1.4
> > Martin, could you provide any new-features .xml tests ?
> > --strk;
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