[postgis-devel] KML from PostGIS patch

Paul Ramsey pramsey at refractions.net
Wed Dec 6 07:10:20 PST 2006

*duh* *slaps forehead*

Yeah, inline transform() in your SQL :) Markus is right, that's the  
way to do it.


On 6-Dec-06, at 5:42 AM, Markus Schaber wrote:

> Hi, Eduin,
> Eduin Carrillo wrote:
>> Ok. Here a new patch with these changes. What about transform the  
>> geometry to
>> WGS84 directly from lwgeom_kml.c?  I made public the "transform"  
>> function in
>> lwgeom_pg.h (Datum transform(PG_FUNCTION_ARGS);) and tried this  
>> code but
>> postgresql crashes... ideas?
> What about exposing your function without transforming, and add SQL
> function "wrappers" which call transform and your function? Simple SQL
> functions are even inlined by the query planner sometimes...
> HTH,
> Markus
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