Ricardo | 1 Sep 15:33 2006
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Fw: label placement

Hi all,

I'm trying to use the sample code posted to this topic but I don't know how 
to define or where find the definitions for classes:

IVPMap, IVPLayer, IVPVectorLayer.

The same problem happn with the enum type NAVIGATIONMODE.

May some one help me, thanks you all

Ricardo Luís.
Ricardo | 1 Sep 15:49 2006
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Fw: label placement


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Subject: Fw: [postgis-users] label placement 

Hi all,

I'm trying to use the sample code posted to this topic but I don't know how 
to define or where find the definitions for classes:

IVPMap, IVPLayer, IVPVectorLayer.

The same problem happn with the enum type NAVIGATIONMODE.

May some one help me, thanks you all

Ricardo Luís.
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Markus Schaber | 1 Sep 16:21 2006

Re: Fw: label placement

Hi, Ricardo,

Ricardo wrote:

> I'm trying to use the sample code posted to this topic but I don't know how 
> to define or where find the definitions for classes:
> 
> IVPMap, IVPLayer, IVPVectorLayer.
> 
> The same problem happn with the enum type NAVIGATIONMODE.
> 
> May some one help me, thanks you all

Those are no definitions from PostGIS, PostGIS itsself is only a
backend, and does not contain any graphics / layouting code.

I don't have any idea where those are defined.

You might ask the original author of the email which toolbox / framework
/ environment he used.

Via google, I found a reference to them on the gdal list, maybe those
people can help you further.
http://lists.maptools.org/pipermail/gdal-dev/2005-January/004950.html

HTH,
Markus
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strk | 2 Sep 13:16 2006
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Re: installation problem with jts support

On Thu, Aug 17, 2006 at 05:17:10PM -0400, temiz wrote:
> hello
> 
> I could not find any document containing postgis installation
> with jts support.
> Our trials went wrong.
> where does jts-config reside ?

jts-config can be found in JTS CVS repository.
I'm not sure it's distributed at all.
Fetch a working copy, cd libjts && make install

NOTE: native JTS libs are currently unversioned, so you'll
      be playing with fire...

--strk;
strk | 2 Sep 13:23 2006
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Re: PostGIS + AutoCAD integration

On Tue, Aug 22, 2006 at 07:05:50AM -0700, Paul Ramsey wrote:
> We are doing contract work right now on an FDO provider for PostGIS.  
> This will allow versions of Autodesk products that use FDO to  
> directly access and edit data in PostGIS.

Not vice-versa unfortunatly, until Autodesk will open up
its DWG format... (is Autodesk going OpenSource or the other way around?).

--strk;

> 
> P
> 
> On 21-Aug-06, at 11:11 PM, Christopher Kings-Lynne wrote:
> 
> >I'm wondering if anyone has any references to any work done to
> >integrate AutoCAD (or Map3d) with PostGIS, and vice-versa?
> >
> >Also, if such integration does not exist, is there a demand for it?
> >
> >Chris
> >_______________________________________________
> >postgis-users mailing list
> >postgis-users <at> postgis.refractions.net
> >http://postgis.refractions.net/mailman/listinfo/postgis-users
> 
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strk | 2 Sep 13:24 2006
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Re: Problems testing the installation of postGIS

On Tue, Aug 22, 2006 at 09:42:29AM -0600, Vincent J. Troisi wrote:
> I'm having a bit of a problem testing the installation of PostGIS.
> I followed the procedure published on the web site for building and
> installing the PostGIS interfaces to postgreSQL. However, I am receiving 
> the following messages when I try to test access to the database. Has 
> anyone seen this problem
> before? Any ideas on how to correct the problem to enable me to successfully
> test the utilities?

The best way to test is running 'make check' from top-level dir.
This would test the *uninstalled* version.

--strk;
Jason Birch | 2 Sep 19:59 2006
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RE: PostGIS + AutoCAD integration

strk wrote:

> Not vice-versa unfortunatly, until Autodesk will open up its DWG
format... 
> (is Autodesk going OpenSource or the other way around?).

Hopefully both.

I really doubt that Autodesk will ever open up their DWG format because
of the nasty competition between them and the other CADD software.
However, I see some hope in the new SDF format (based on SQLite).  I
believe that the civil+geospatial verticals (Civil 3D, Map, MapGuide)
will be pushing more and more towards this format.  The difference
between the two sectors is market share.  Autodesk is extremely strong
in CADD, and there is no incentive for them to open the DWG format
there.  In geospatial, Autodesk has an extreme minority share, and it
makes sense for them to compete on interoperability.

Organisations that are already using ArcSDE and Oracle as their data
stores are able to bring in open source front-end applications, as these
have typically done a good job of connecting to proprietary data stores.
However, this strategy leaves proprietary applications firmly
entrenched, especially given that open source desktop applications are
still lacking in some important areas, like data creation and map
production.

The introduction of bridge software opens up an organisation's options
considerably, allowing them to continue to use proprietary applications
where they are required, but removing the need to maintain a proprietary
data store.  This allows them to move to open source in areas where it
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Re: PostGIS + AutoCAD integration

You could always use the libraries from the OpenDesign Alliance, like 
OpenDWG:

http://www.opendesign.com/

Best regards,
Bart

Jason Birch schreef:
> strk wrote:
>
>   
>> Not vice-versa unfortunatly, until Autodesk will open up its DWG
>>     
> format... 
>   
>> (is Autodesk going OpenSource or the other way around?).
>>     
>
> Hopefully both.
>
> I really doubt that Autodesk will ever open up their DWG format because
> of the nasty competition between them and the other CADD software.
> However, I see some hope in the new SDF format (based on SQLite).  I
> believe that the civil+geospatial verticals (Civil 3D, Map, MapGuide)
> will be pushing more and more towards this format.  The difference
> between the two sectors is market share.  Autodesk is extremely strong
> in CADD, and there is no incentive for them to open the DWG format
> there.  In geospatial, Autodesk has an extreme minority share, and it
> makes sense for them to compete on interoperability.
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strk | 3 Sep 23:17 2006
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Re: PostGIS + AutoCAD integration

On Sat, Sep 02, 2006 at 08:03:07PM +0200, Bart van den Eijnden (OSGIS) wrote:
> You could always use the libraries from the OpenDesign Alliance, like 
> OpenDWG:
> 
> http://www.opendesign.com/

Don't they provide only an opaque object file ?
--strk;
Paul Ramsey | 4 Sep 19:58 2006
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OpenGIS Compliance

For everyone who has wanted to tell the world that PostGIS is "certified 
compliant" (as opposed to merely "being compliant", which we have been 
for over two years), good news:

<http://postgis.refractions.net/news/index.php?file=20060901.data>

I updated and submitted the existing extras/ogc_test_suite a month and a 
bit ago, and we recently received our official documentation:

<http://postgis.refractions.net/opengis-certification.png>

So now we have a pedigree :)

P

Gmane