[Qgis-developer] Re: srs.db epsg's added, shrinking?
rdmailings at duif.net
Sat Apr 19 08:15:46 EDT 2008
last week I had a small irc-chat with Frank in which he offered (uh, at
least that was what I understood :-) ), to add a -qgis option to the
epsg_tr.py script he uses to generate epgs/paramater lists (when he
finds some time):
I had a look myself in the original epgs.mdb, but fail to understand
I think it will be usefull to have one source for all osgeo-related
epgs/projection-stuff. So really like the idea of using the epsg_tr.py
script for qgis also!
see https://trac.osgeo.org/qgis/ticket/1035 if you want to pick this
Tim Sutton wrote:
> Yeah if you already have some wizardry in place it would be good to
> pass it Richard's way so that he doesnt need to reinvent the wheel.
> Since Richard is now the keeper of the SRS crypt we can defer to him
> on this.
> 2008/4/17, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>:
>> Maciej Sieczka wrote:
>>> Tim Sutton pisze:
>>>> Gary and I originally loaded the srs.db using the postgis srs table.
>>>> The idea was to try to synchronise regularly against postgis srs table
>>> You mean the "tbl_srs", right? How were the "tbl_projection" and
>> "tbl_ellipsoid" created?
>>> I'm trying to get srs.db/tbl_srs in sync with the spatial_ref_sys shipped
>> with PostGIS 1.3.3 (should not be too hard) but I don't know what to do with
>> the 2 other tables in srs.db.
>> Well, if you are doing that, should I belay efforts to have the
>> epsg_tr.py script generate stuff for the srs.db? epsg_tr.py is
>> used to generate the postgis spatial_ref_sys table.
>> I'm not so keen that I want to duplicate efforts.
>> Best regards,
>> I set the clouds in motion - turn up | Frank Warmerdam,
>> warmerdam at pobox.com
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