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... 3.6.2) > - SpatiaLite 4.3.0a (from 4.3.0; also with lwgeom from postgis 2.5) > - GDAL 2.3.2 (from 2.2.4; including updated/rebuilt dependencies ogdi & > openfyba) > > QGIS 2.18 are already rebuilt, but the builds of QGIS 3.2 and master are still underway. Nightlies of 2.18 and 3.2 will follow...
in QGIS - Developer by Kari Salovaara — 2 replies in thread
..., qtkeychain and Qwt) - Python 3.7 (from 3.6; including all 49 currently included extensions) - PROJ 5.2.0 (from 4.9.3; plus datumgrids) - GEOS 3.7.0 (from 3.6.2) - SpatiaLite 4.3.0a (from 4.3.0; also with lwgeom from postgis 2.5) - GDAL 2.3.2 (from 2.2.4; including updated/rebuilt dependencies ogdi...
in QGIS - Developer by McDonaldR — 2 replies in thread
On 6 March 2017 at 23:45, Mark Johnson <mj10777@...> wrote: > The spatialite function 'ST_Project' is based on the librttopo functionality > (formally LWGEOM) > - and is only available when compiled with '--enable-rttopo' > > https://git.osgeo.org/gogs/rttopo/librttopo > > So if a...
in QGIS - Developer by Nyall Dawson — 5 replies in thread
The spatialite function 'ST_Project' is based on the librttopo functionality (formally LWGEOM) - and is only available when compiled with '--enable-rttopo' https://git.osgeo.org/gogs/rttopo/librttopo So if a support for 'Meters as Map units' was desired, in the case of degrees - the use...
in QGIS - Developer by mj10777 — 5 replies in thread
... offered by Qt builds a >> big attack surface for which someone has to first bring up a sensible >> idea for how to lock attackers down without restricting possibilities >> offered for plugins. Or how to safely decide if running code from >> external shared libs like the processing lwgeom provider does [2...
in QGIS - Developer by Nyall Dawson — 32 replies in thread
... offered by Qt builds a > big attack surface for which someone has to first bring up a sensible > idea for how to lock attackers down without restricting possibilities > offered for plugins. Or how to safely decide if running code from > external shared libs like the processing lwgeom provider...
in QGIS - Developer by Geo DrinX — 32 replies in thread
... someone has to first bring up a sensible idea for how to lock attackers down without restricting possibilities offered for plugins. Or how to safely decide if running code from external shared libs like the processing lwgeom provider does [2] is something safe to do or not. If someone seriously...
in QGIS - Developer by Matthias Kuhn 🌍 — 32 replies in thread
... build process, so ${shlibs:Depends} doesn't include the dependency automatically. I suspect the dependency was added to have the liblwgeom package installed already when users choose to install the Processing LWGEOM Provider plugin. The plugin source show that it searches for liblwgeom.so which is...
in QGIS - Developer by Sebastiaan Couwenberg — 0 replies in thread
On 15.01.2016 17:39, Paolo Cavallini wrote: > Il 15/01/2016 17:34, Sandro Mani ha scritto: > >> Can you describe the steps to reproduce the case where a geometry ends >> up getting thrown away? > this happens quite reliably when using the lwgeom plugin and v.clean, > both through Processing...
in QGIS - Developer by Sandro Mani — 12 replies in thread
Il 15/01/2016 17:34, Sandro Mani ha scritto: > Can you describe the steps to reproduce the case where a geometry ends > up getting thrown away? this happens quite reliably when using the lwgeom plugin and v.clean, both through Processing. thanks. -- Paolo Cavallini - www.faunalia.eu QGIS...
in QGIS - Developer by pcav — 12 replies in thread
...://opendata.regione.abruzzo.it/opengeodata/Dati_vettoriali/DBTR/CTR_2001-05_5k_SHP/348111.rar >> Any hint? > BTW, neither GRASS nor Make Valid (the lwgeom plugin) succeed in fixing > these errors, as they simply throw away the polygons with errors. > Furthermore, lwgeom plugin seems not to be working (returning...
in QGIS - Developer by Sandro Mani — 12 replies in thread
...-05_5k_SHP/348111.rar > Any hint? BTW, neither GRASS nor Make Valid (the lwgeom plugin) succeed in fixing these errors, as they simply throw away the polygons with errors. Furthermore, lwgeom plugin seems not to be working (returning an empty output layer) on 2.8, whereas it runs on >=2.12. Feedback...
in QGIS - Developer by pcav — 12 replies in thread
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