Steve.Lime at DNR.STATE.MN.US
Mon Oct 1 16:04:46 EDT 2007
Paul spent time with those folks so you might ask him. My understanding was that the library
didn't offer as much for authoring KML as it did for reading it. That needs to be confirmed. If
so then using libxml2 or even the GML approach would be fine.
>>> On 10/1/2007 at 2:45 PM, in message <47014E3C.3080404 at dmsolutions.ca>,
Yewondwossen Assefa <assefa at DMSOLUTIONS.CA> wrote:
> Steve Lime wrote:
>> The libkml library is imminent so anything regarding KML should wait until
> that happens. The Google
>> folks will be holding a BOF on it tomorrow.
> Were you able to get more info on the libkml ?
>>>>> Yewondwossen Assefa <assefa at DMSOLUTIONS.CA> 09/24/07 12:35 PM >>>
>> Bart van den Eijnden wrote:
>>> Wrt the KML output, Assefa is currently working on this on a contract to
>>> the Geo-Information and ICT Department of the Ministry of Transport,
>>> Public Works and Water Management.
>>> Thomas, do you know the timeframe for the Google C++ library for KML?
>>> Assefa, is there gonna be an RFC for this?
>> I will prepare an RFC in the coming weeks. It will be based on the
>> following doc ( http://www2.dmsolutions.ca/tmp/maperver-kml.pdf ) and I
>> will try fill/update things that are missing and we can go from there.
>>> Best regards,
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