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I'm a software developer, focused on GIS. PostGIS and GDAL committer. I'd love to add 'where' to people's lives.


Nov
29
answered Is there an open source directions webclient for pgRouting like the directions API from Google?
Nov
27
comment min function not found compiling osrm
I've installed boost 1.49 and later boost 1.55, but looks that boost 1.49 is first detected. And I didn't pass any argument to CMake
Nov
27
comment min function not found compiling osrm
That change caused a lot of "undefined reference to boost..." errors. I guess boost is not properly found (strange, because I ran a simple C++ code to show boost version and worked). Anyway, changing the sources in order to compile sounds odd for me. Thanks anyway.
Nov
27
asked min function not found compiling osrm
Nov
25
comment How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
Ok. So, you stick with ogr2ogr. If you installed GDAL properly (and looks that you did, because PostGIS found it), ogr2ogr is installed. Probably at /usr/local/bin. Check if that path is added to your system's path. And ensure where ogr2ogr is with: sudo find / -name ogr2ogr
Nov
25
comment How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
You don't need FWTools to use ogr2ogr if you compiled GDAL. It's included. You may need to add the path where the new GDAL installed the binaries (gdalinfo, gdal_translate, ogr2ogr...) to system path, if your problem is those commands are not found. About pgsql2shp, is not related with GDAL, and as long as I know, it's not packed with FWTools. It's a PostGIS tool. Which version of PostGIS are you using?
Nov
22
comment How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
'gdal-config --prefix' tells you the PATH where default GDAL library (1.6 in your case) is installed. Probably, $HOME/FWTools. You can get rid of that folder. Once done, the default GDAL should be 1.9. You may need to update your PATH variable, to ensure it doesn't contain references to the deleted FWTools folder.
Nov
21
comment How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
OMG, absolutely. I've just fixed it. That was a silly and annoying mistake. Sorry for that.
Nov
21
comment How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
As afalciano said, you can't use QGIS 2.0 yet. I didn't port the plugin to QGIS 2.0. I want to do it before the end of this year. And yes, you should use the last version of GDAL from trunk. It contains some improvements to PostGIS Raster driver.
Nov
21
answered How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
Nov
20
revised PostGIS: Calculate the length of just the portion of linestring that intersect with a polygon
Added more details
Nov
20
comment PostGIS: Calculate the length of just the portion of linestring that intersect with a polygon
Mmm... same problems. I've added my real data and the queries I've executed. So, if you want to try...
Nov
20
revised PostGIS: Calculate the length of just the portion of linestring that intersect with a polygon
Added the results of more tries
Nov
19
comment PostGIS: Calculate the length of just the portion of linestring that intersect with a polygon
Thanks! I've updated the question. I'm closer now.
Nov
19
revised PostGIS: Calculate the length of just the portion of linestring that intersect with a polygon
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Nov
19
asked PostGIS: Calculate the length of just the portion of linestring that intersect with a polygon
Nov
19
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Nov
1
comment Create a band mask based on pixel locations, not in pixel values
Well, I guess it's time to learn how to use GRASS. BTW, many thanks!
Nov
1
comment Create a band mask based on pixel locations, not in pixel values
I'm a novice in GRASS, but this looks like similar: grass.osgeo.org/grass64/manuals/r.clump.html
Nov
1
comment Create a band mask based on pixel locations, not in pixel values
Wow! That looks exactly what I'm looking for. With which tool are you able to do it? QGIS? I assume that, but I can't see the option in QGIS 2.0.