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Can you please assist im using Las Palmas version of QGIS, and  i've been having some difficulties trying to show the coordinates along the map borders, when trying to do so, it always shows wrong coordinates, can you please assist



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Re: Coordinates along the map border

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Hi Maligana,

You need to make sure that project CRS is set correctly as well as the CRS of the map in your layout. Once those are correct you can then configure the settings for the map grid. What are the CRS settings you are currently using?

Frank.


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Can you please assist im using Las Palmas version of QGIS, and  i've been having some difficulties trying to show the coordinates along the map borders, when trying to do so, it always shows wrong coordinates, can you please assist



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Hi, I am using the WGS84 4326, i have attached a sample of a map produced, with wrong coordinates along the border

 

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Hi Maligana,

 

You need to make sure that project CRS is set correctly as well as the CRS of the map in your layout. Once those are correct you can then configure the settings for the map grid. What are the CRS settings you are currently using?

 

Frank.

 

 

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Can you please assist im using Las Palmas version of QGIS, and  i've been having some difficulties trying to show the coordinates along the map borders, when trying to do so, it always shows wrong coordinates, can you please assist

 

 


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Hi Maligana,

Please check that the CRS settings for your layers are also correct. For example, if you've set the layer CRSs to WGS 4326 when they are actually something else, e.g. UTM 35S or WG27, then you'll get the problems you are seeing.

Frank.

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Hi, I am using the WGS84 4326, i have attached a sample of a map produced, with wrong coordinates along the border

 

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Hi Maligana,

 

You need to make sure that project CRS is set correctly as well as the CRS of the map in your layout. Once those are correct you can then configure the settings for the map grid. What are the CRS settings you are currently using?

 

Frank.

 

 

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Can you please assist im using Las Palmas version of QGIS, and  i've been having some difficulties trying to show the coordinates along the map borders, when trying to do so, it always shows wrong coordinates, can you please assist

 

 


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Re: Coordinates along the map border

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Hi, Maligana

I think that the problem is that your project is unprojected. You should select an appropriate projection for the project (maybe try Pseudo Mercator, EPSG:3857, to start with). Make sure that you enable 'on the fly' CRS transformation in the project settings when you do this. Then you should set the the CRS of your grid in the Print Composer to WGS84 (unprojected) to display the coordinates in degrees (as explained below), else it will be displaying in metres or kilometres (based on the CRS of the project). If your project is already in a projected CRS, then just follow the instructions below for setting the grid up in the Print Composer to display in degrees.

If you click on your map in the Print Composer and go to "Grids" under "Item Properties", you will see "CRS". Click on the drop-down menu for this and choose WGS84 (EPSG:4326), then select "Map unit" as your "Interval units" and make sure that your intervals for X and Y are set to an appropriate number (this will probably need to be less than 1 for your example). Only do this after you have set up a projected CRS for your project.

Does this help?

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Hi, I am using the WGS84 4326, i have attached a sample of a map produced, with wrong coordinates along the border

 

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Hi Maligana,

 

You need to make sure that project CRS is set correctly as well as the CRS of the map in your layout. Once those are correct you can then configure the settings for the map grid. What are the CRS settings you are currently using?

 

Frank.

 

 

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Hi

 

Can you please assist im using Las Palmas version of QGIS, and  i've been having some difficulties trying to show the coordinates along the map borders, when trying to do so, it always shows wrong coordinates, can you please assist

 

 


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Re: Coordinates along the map border

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Hi Maligana

The best project CRS to use for Taung is 'South African CRS : HBK_NO_25’ (That’s Transverse Mercator central meridian 25 North oriented on the Hartebeesthoek datum) — never make a map in geographic / WGS84 4326.

Then follow Dean’s steps to set up the Grid (aka graticule). 

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You need to make sure that project CRS is set correctly as well as the CRS of the map in your layout. Once those are correct you can then configure the settings for the map grid. What are the CRS settings you are currently using?
 
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Hi Maligana,

When I look at your map I guess you took a scanned image of the geological map? Has this image been geo-referenced under the correct CRS indicated on the map? I think is where you should start! Once that is done you will see that if you only open the image the coordinate system will come right. Then you can add your other layers.

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Hi Maligana,

Please check that the CRS settings for your layers are also correct. For example, if you've set the layer CRSs to WGS 4326 when they are actually something else, e.g. UTM 35S or WG27, then you'll get the problems you are seeing.

Frank.

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Hi, I am using the WGS84 4326, i have attached a sample of a map produced, with wrong coordinates along the border

 

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You need to make sure that project CRS is set correctly as well as the CRS of the map in your layout. Once those are correct you can then configure the settings for the map grid. What are the CRS settings you are currently using?

 

Frank.

 

 

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Can you please assist im using Las Palmas version of QGIS, and  i've been having some difficulties trying to show the coordinates along the map borders, when trying to do so, it always shows wrong coordinates, can you please assist

 

 


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[QGIS-ZA-user] South African CRSs in QGIS

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I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project
Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South
African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N),
L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South
African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as
well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be
cleaned up.

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Agreed, I generally use the ZANGI HBK ones

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Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N),
L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Hmmm. Interesting given it is being considered to drop Gauss and use UTM going forward according to Rural Development

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Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project
Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South
African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N),
L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South
African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as
well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be
cleaned up.

Regards, Frank.

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Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

Regards, Frank.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

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Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

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Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Hi there I tried to pul the Docker Proj4 and it would not upgrade.

It gave: Rel. 4.9.3, 15 August 2016
Maybe it needs to be compiled from source?


On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 12:24, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

Regards, Frank.

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Good Morning,

I think the "latest" proj4 probably sits with the ubuntugis-unstable version. And I am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, which apparently does not support the latest ubuntugis-unstable. Or did anybody get it installed and working?

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/13 19:16, Paul Young via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi there I tried to pul the Docker Proj4 and it would not upgrade.

It gave: Rel. 4.9.3, 15 August 2016
Maybe it needs to be compiled from source?


On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 12:24, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

Regards, Frank.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Hi Immo,

This is the repository I'm using:
deb https://qgis.org/ubuntu cosmic main

When I install QGIS 3.4 from this repository it loads Proj 5.1.0 which contains the CRSs I listed in my earlier post.

Frank.

On 2018/11/14 07:58, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Good Morning,

I think the "latest" proj4 probably sits with the ubuntugis-unstable version. And I am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, which apparently does not support the latest ubuntugis-unstable. Or did anybody get it installed and working?

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/13 19:16, Paul Young via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi there I tried to pul the Docker Proj4 and it would not upgrade.

It gave: Rel. 4.9.3, 15 August 2016
Maybe it needs to be compiled from source?


On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 12:24, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

Regards, Frank.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Morning Frank,

This is exactly the one I am using but it has proj 493. I will do a complete removal and install again, maybe some older files remain due to dependencies?

Thanks for all your help.

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/14 08:37, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

This is the repository I'm using:
deb https://qgis.org/ubuntu cosmic main

When I install QGIS 3.4 from this repository it loads Proj 5.1.0 which contains the CRSs I listed in my earlier post.

Frank.

On 2018/11/14 07:58, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Good Morning,

I think the "latest" proj4 probably sits with the ubuntugis-unstable version. And I am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, which apparently does not support the latest ubuntugis-unstable. Or did anybody get it installed and working?

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/13 19:16, Paul Young via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi there I tried to pul the Docker Proj4 and it would not upgrade.

It gave: Rel. 4.9.3, 15 August 2016
Maybe it needs to be compiled from source?


On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 12:24, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Hi

For those interested, you can see a detailed report on the EPSG codes published here (go back to the home page to tweak the search string if needed):



QGIS uses a little internal application called crssync to populate it’s internal CRS database from Proj. Layered on top of that are other CRSes that haven’t made their way into EPSG yet. It takes a while for CRS’s to make their way into EPSG -> Proj -> QGIS. The ZANGI definitions were QGIS specific definitions that Gavin and I cooked up in the absence of these CRS’s being in EPSG and Proj. Please let us know if the ones provided in Proj 5 now deprecate the ZANGI and I will remove them from QGIS’s CRS database. We hope to eventually remove the need for QGIS’ own layer on top of the Proj database. Even (proj maintainer) has been talking about moving proj’s CRS database to a sqlite database so in theory we could just have one database that is shared between, proj, gdal, QGIS etc. which would make things more consistent.

BTW Mac users are also still getting Proj 493 in the official Mac packages.


Happy QGISsing :-)

Regards

Tim

On 15 Nov 2018, at 08:52, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Morning Frank,

This is exactly the one I am using but it has proj 493. I will do a complete removal and install again, maybe some older files remain due to dependencies?

Thanks for all your help.

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/14 08:37, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

This is the repository I'm using:
deb https://qgis.org/ubuntu cosmic main

When I install QGIS 3.4 from this repository it loads Proj 5.1.0 which contains the CRSs I listed in my earlier post.

Frank.

On 2018/11/14 07:58, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Good Morning,

I think the "latest" proj4 probably sits with the ubuntugis-unstable version. And I am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, which apparently does not support the latest ubuntugis-unstable. Or did anybody get it installed and working?

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/13 19:16, Paul Young via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi there I tried to pul the Docker Proj4 and it would not upgrade.

It gave: Rel. 4.9.3, 15 August 2016
Maybe it needs to be compiled from source?


On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 12:24, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

Regards, Frank.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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Thanks Tim,

I completely removed QGIS and reinstalled with https://qgis.org.ubuntu and still getting proj 493.

But I must also say that I have installed the proj that comes with Ubuntu (493), as I need that for compiling another app) and I think QGIS uses that one instead of the one coming with QGIS?

Immo

On 2018/11/15 09:17, Tim Sutton via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi

For those interested, you can see a detailed report on the EPSG codes published here (go back to the home page to tweak the search string if needed):



QGIS uses a little internal application called crssync to populate it’s internal CRS database from Proj. Layered on top of that are other CRSes that haven’t made their way into EPSG yet. It takes a while for CRS’s to make their way into EPSG -> Proj -> QGIS. The ZANGI definitions were QGIS specific definitions that Gavin and I cooked up in the absence of these CRS’s being in EPSG and Proj. Please let us know if the ones provided in Proj 5 now deprecate the ZANGI and I will remove them from QGIS’s CRS database. We hope to eventually remove the need for QGIS’ own layer on top of the Proj database. Even (proj maintainer) has been talking about moving proj’s CRS database to a sqlite database so in theory we could just have one database that is shared between, proj, gdal, QGIS etc. which would make things more consistent.

BTW Mac users are also still getting Proj 493 in the official Mac packages.


Happy QGISsing :-)

Regards

Tim

On 15 Nov 2018, at 08:52, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Morning Frank,

This is exactly the one I am using but it has proj 493. I will do a complete removal and install again, maybe some older files remain due to dependencies?

Thanks for all your help.

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/14 08:37, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

This is the repository I'm using:
deb https://qgis.org/ubuntu cosmic main

When I install QGIS 3.4 from this repository it loads Proj 5.1.0 which contains the CRSs I listed in my earlier post.

Frank.

On 2018/11/14 07:58, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Good Morning,

I think the "latest" proj4 probably sits with the ubuntugis-unstable version. And I am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, which apparently does not support the latest ubuntugis-unstable. Or did anybody get it installed and working?

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/13 19:16, Paul Young via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi there I tried to pul the Docker Proj4 and it would not upgrade.

It gave: Rel. 4.9.3, 15 August 2016
Maybe it needs to be compiled from source?


On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 12:24, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

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Re: South African CRSs in QGIS

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I still have Proj4 ver 4.9.3. but run QGIS 3.4 but I think the repo is QGIS not Ubuntu GIS. I suppose I could add the Ubuntu GIS repo into /etc/apt/sources.list and run apt-get update and upgrade to get it to 5.2?

On Thu, 15 Nov 2018 09:17 Tim Sutton via qgis-za-user <[hidden email] wrote:
Hi

For those interested, you can see a detailed report on the EPSG codes published here (go back to the home page to tweak the search string if needed):



QGIS uses a little internal application called crssync to populate it’s internal CRS database from Proj. Layered on top of that are other CRSes that haven’t made their way into EPSG yet. It takes a while for CRS’s to make their way into EPSG -> Proj -> QGIS. The ZANGI definitions were QGIS specific definitions that Gavin and I cooked up in the absence of these CRS’s being in EPSG and Proj. Please let us know if the ones provided in Proj 5 now deprecate the ZANGI and I will remove them from QGIS’s CRS database. We hope to eventually remove the need for QGIS’ own layer on top of the Proj database. Even (proj maintainer) has been talking about moving proj’s CRS database to a sqlite database so in theory we could just have one database that is shared between, proj, gdal, QGIS etc. which would make things more consistent.

BTW Mac users are also still getting Proj 493 in the official Mac packages.


Happy QGISsing :-)

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Tim

On 15 Nov 2018, at 08:52, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Morning Frank,

This is exactly the one I am using but it has proj 493. I will do a complete removal and install again, maybe some older files remain due to dependencies?

Thanks for all your help.

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/14 08:37, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

This is the repository I'm using:
deb https://qgis.org/ubuntu cosmic main

When I install QGIS 3.4 from this repository it loads Proj 5.1.0 which contains the CRSs I listed in my earlier post.

Frank.

On 2018/11/14 07:58, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Good Morning,

I think the "latest" proj4 probably sits with the ubuntugis-unstable version. And I am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, which apparently does not support the latest ubuntugis-unstable. Or did anybody get it installed and working?

Regards

Immo

On 2018/11/13 19:16, Paul Young via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi there I tried to pul the Docker Proj4 and it would not upgrade.

It gave: Rel. 4.9.3, 15 August 2016
Maybe it needs to be compiled from source?


On Tue, 13 Nov 2018 at 12:24, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Frank,

That is weird! I am on 3.4, but installed from the Debian link, not the ubuntugis as there I had dependency issues. Maybe there is still a big difference between the two. But I will try the ubuntugis route again. The proj version obviously makes all the difference.

Regards

Immo


On 2018/11/13 12:20, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi Immo,

Not sure why they don't show up for you. I can see them on QGIS 3.14 and the Proj version is 5.1.0. This is on Ubuntu Linux.

Regards, Frank.

On 2018/11/13 11:31, Immo Blecher via qgis-za-user wrote:

Hi QGIS Users,

I can't find these in my QGIS 3.4. And I see that Proj4 is still on version 4.93, but the latest seems to be 5.2.

But what I also noticed is that Proj4 changed the way it converts from/to Hartebeesthoek94 (15 to 31) from version 4.7 to vers. 4.9: Using proj4 4.7 to convert one had to turn around E-W and N-S, w.o.w. X = -X and Y = -Y and then convert. From vers. 4.9 this was not necessary any longer so I think the calculations in QGIS should be sorted out (it is actually a bug and that is why everything is upside down and right=left). That would also mean that we would not need the ZANGI:ZANGI projections any longer but just use the built-in Hartebeesthoek94 ones.

For what it's worth!

Immo

On 2018/11/13 10:58, Frank Sokolic via qgis-za-user wrote:
Hi QGIS users,

I noticed last week that these CRSs have appeared in QGIS under Project Coordinate Systems > Transverse Mercator:

EPSG:102480 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo15
EPSG:102481 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo17
EPSG:102482 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19
EPSG:102483 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21
EPSG:102484 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23
EPSG:102485 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25
EPSG:102486 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27
EPSG:102487 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29
EPSG:102488 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31
EPSG:102489 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo33
EPSG:102562 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo19_(E-N)
EPSG:102563 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo21_(E-N)
EPSG:102564 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo23_(E-N)
EPSG:102565 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo25_(E-N)
EPSG:102566 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo27_(E-N)
EPSG:102567 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo29_(E-N)
EPSG:102568 Hartebeesthoek94_Lo31_(E-N)

Anyone know anything about them? Are these now the official South African CRSs in the EPSG database? If so, where are L015_(E-N), L017_(E-N) and L033_(E-N)?

With these new additions, there are now a few versions of the South African CRSs in the QGIS CRS database (e.g. EPSG 2046 to EPSG 2055 as well as ZANGI:HBKNO15 to ZANGI:HBK033) so I guess things need to be cleaned up.

Regards, Frank.

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