[postgis-devel] Dijikstra

Stephen Mather mather.stephen at gmail.com
Fri Mar 29 16:35:08 PDT 2013

Meh.  Dijkstra.  Should have used DuckDuckGo as a spell checker... .

On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 7:18 PM, Stephen Mather <mather.stephen at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi All,
>        Assuming I spelled that right... working on wrapping my brain
> around adding Dijikstra to PostGIS, which is a largely pleasant way to ride
> Amtrak back.  I had hoped to find something useful in pgRouting as a
> starting point, but it looks to my novice eyes like Dijikstra is dependent
> on Boost, so no dice there.
>        Anyway, in going down this thread, I've started studying
> http://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/wiki/DevWikiMain
> Hopefully updated these lines correctly:
> "New functions submitted will have to go into the next minor release which
> is currently (PostGIS 2.0.4).
> New functions/features that require on disk structural changes will go
> into next major release (PostGIS 2.1)"
> Anyway, to the topic at hand: regarding function development for a noob--
> as a starting place, is it more important for me to get a bit of
> functioning code that works on a static dataset, and then figure out how to
> patch that into using liblwgeom etc., or better to understand how to write
> the function from the ground up in the PostGIS way?
> Thanks,
> Best,
> Steve
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