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Aug
24
comment how to register view geometry made by MakeLine function?
which can be empty? then i could add another column to connection, make it a line geometry and would use it to register the view...
Aug
24
revised how to register view geometry made by MakeLine function?
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Aug
24
asked how to register view geometry made by MakeLine function?
Aug
14
accepted What is the best way to get two points along the line in both directions using postgis?
Jun
5
awarded  Notable Question
May
5
awarded  Popular Question
May
4
answered calling gdal_merge.py into another python script running GDAL processes
Mar
31
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
17
comment What is the best way to get two points along the line in both directions using postgis?
Certainly not! If the linestring represents an objects with a lot of curves your endpoint (or startpoint for the same matter) can be in a totally different direction (thus different degree of azimuth!) then s short fraction of the linestring around the given point of interest.
Mar
17
asked What is the best way to get two points along the line in both directions using postgis?
Mar
16
asked What is the best strategy to add a custom constraint to a geo-django table?
Jan
19
awarded  Yearling
Dec
14
comment leaflet: how to show draw control in custom (own) div?
Ah, this looks promising. I'll look into it tomorrow first thing in the morning. Thanks for pointing this out to me.
Dec
12
asked leaflet: how to show draw control in custom (own) div?
Nov
10
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
6
comment postgis finding lines that touch and update
i can't test right now either but i'll get back to it as soon as possible. thanks already for looking into this.
Jun
6
asked postgis finding lines that touch and update
May
19
accepted A python tool like GNU's diff for shapefiles?
May
1
comment A python tool like GNU's diff for shapefiles?
This sounds promising!