[Qgis-developer] Geospackage Slow in QGIS
aperi2007 at gmail.com
Sat May 17 07:04:03 PDT 2014
You have point an interesting question.
The question is:
geopackage and spatialite will be binary compatible (almost in the blob
where there are store the geometry) ?
I guess no because I don't realize how a geopackage spec could support some
different binary formats.
If this is true (i cannot be sure now, hope wrong obviously)
this mean that will be another different format in a sqlite.
The first is spatialite, the second is the porting of qgis to spatialite,
the third is this next coming version of geopackage on spatialite.
2014-05-17 14:45 GMT+02:00 G. Allegri <giohappy at gmail.com>:
> The spatialite will never to be a real interchange format if the only
>> software to use it is qgis and the same qgis is not real compatible with
>> the original spatialite spec.
>> So the spatialite actually is a really good and strong work format .
>> Instead surely geopackage are no one strong point in elaboration so I'm
>> not surprise that it is slow.
> As you will know the GeoPackage SQLite Extension is pending for future
> versions of the specification. In case it would make Spatialite/Geopackage
> purposesquite similar...
>> Il 17/05/2014 11:24, Paolo Cavallini ha scritto:
>> Il 17/05/2014 11:03, Andrea Peri ha scritto:
>>>> Do you know the requirements of gpkg ?
>>> They should be really minimal.
>>> This could help understanding speed issues:
>>> All the best.
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