[postgis-users] Re: Test the Future (GEOS 3.1RC2)
robe.dnd at cityofboston.gov
Tue Feb 3 08:54:45 PST 2009
You should be able to use 8.2 and above. I've been testing on 8.3 and
(I think we may have scrapped support for 8.1 in 1.4 but can't remember)
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What version of postgreSQL is required?
Paul Ramsey wrote:
Are you busy testing the new code? I hope you are!
Want a place in history? I'm looking for a few "testimonials"
final release announcement when 1.4 comes out, so compare your
production queries on Pg1.3/G3.0 with Pg1.4/G3.1 and report back
how much faster things are.
On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 10:40 AM, Paul Ramsey
<pramsey at opengeo.org> <mailto:pramsey at opengeo.org> wrote:
I've been blogging over the past several months about
performance improvements in PostGIS, prepared geometries
and cascaded union
which have been brought over from JTS over the past
What both these features have in common is that they
require GEOS 3.1.
We have begun a Release Candidate series for GEOS, and
testing to ensure it is ready for full release.
In order to try these features, you will need.
- PostGIS SVN snap (aka 1.4):
- GEOS 3.1RC2:
First compile and install GEOS, then PostGIS.
The functions that have been sped up include:
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