[pgrouting-users] PostGIS 3.1.4 bundle for Windows 64-bit 9.6 - 13 is available
lr at pcorp.us
Thu Dec 9 11:16:04 PST 2021
There are currently no plans to.
Most people needing more dimensions usually use Pointclouds. E.g the postgis pg_pointcloud extension. Have you taken a look at that?
From: Pgrouting-users [mailto:pgrouting-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of René Fournier
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Subject: Re: [pgrouting-users] PostGIS 3.1.4 bundle for Windows 64-bit 9.6 - 13 is available
On an unrelated note, I’ve long wondered if there PostGIS might in the future support more than four-dimensional spatial types (XYZM)? I ask because there are applications I can think of for PostGIS where we model more than spatial-temporal dimensions, given the many dimensions that information can take.
On Sep 6, 2021, at 9:15 PM, Regina Obe <lr at pcorp.us <mailto:lr at pcorp.us> > wrote:
I've posted installers on stackbuilder and osgeo.org <http://osgeo.org> download for windows
64-bit 9.6, 10, 11, 12, 13
PostGIS 3.1.4 bundle includes:
PostGIS 3.1.4 with MVT support, with raster, GEOS 3.9.1, PROJ 7.1.1,
SFCGAL support (1.3.8), address_standardizer, topology
PostGIS Tiger geocoder extension - Tiger 2020
pgRouting 3.2 - pgRouting 3.2.1
Commandline raster loader (raster2pgsql), shapefile import/export
Commandline osm2pgrouting 2.3.8 for loading data from .osm files into
pgRouting routable format
GUI: shp2pgsql-gui which has both import and export support for
ogrfdw 1.1.1 - spatial foreign data wrapper for reading both spatial
(spatial columns become postgis geometry) and non-spatial data.
New features in 1.1 - character_encoding option and utility functions
GDAL 3.2.3 with OpenJPEG 2.3.1 (JPEG 2000), ODBC, Curl, SQLite3 (for
GeoPackage and OSM support), excel (XLS) (via FreeXL 1.0.6), libreoffice,
XLSX spreadsheet (via expat) (used by both PostGIS raster and ogrfdw)
pgpointcloud 1.2.0 for querying LIDAR point cloud and in/out functions
to convert to PostGIS geometry
Any issues feel free to reply here.
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