Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of GeoDjango


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Timestamp:
03/23/2007 01:09:04 PM (8 years ago)
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jbronn
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  • GeoDjango

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    3838
    3939== Phase 1 ==
    40  * Create Geometry-enabled fields and manager.  Status: complete (not yet in SVN).
    41  * Allow for Geometry-enabled queries.  Status: complete (not yet in SVN).
     40 * Create Geometry-enabled fields and manager.  Status: complete as of r4788.
     41 * Allow for Geometry-enabled queries.  Status: complete as of r4788.
    4242 * Here is an example of how the model API currently works (assume this example is in geo_app/models.py):
    4343{{{
     
    9797= Installation =
    9898Installation of the GeoDjango module will also require the installation of existing open source geographic libraries and a spatial database (currently only PostGIS).  This section will describe the installation process for these libraries.  Initially, these instructions will pertain only to a Linux platform (particularly Debian or Ubuntu).  Mac & Windows support will be considered later; however, these instructions will most likely work through the Mac shell.  Don't hold your breath for Windows support.
     99== Django ==
     100 * GeoDjango exists in the {{{gis}}} branch from SVN:
     101{{{
     102$ svn co http://code.djangoproject.com/svn/django/branches/gis django_gis
     103$ ln -s django_gis /path/to/site-packages/django
     104}}}
     105
    99106== GEOS ==
    100107 * Latest GEOS version is 3.0.0RC4
     
    144151# make install
    145152}}}
    146  * ''Note'': This is done without the 'next generation' SWIG Python bindings. I've had trouble getting them to work, and the rumor is this only works on Windows. The compilation flag to enable these is --with-ngpython, but our packages currently only use the old bindings.
     153 * ''Note'': This is done without the 'next generation' SWIG Python bindings. I've had trouble getting them to work, and the rumor is this only works on Windows. The compilation flag to enable these is {{{--with-ngpython}}}, but our packages currently only use the old bindings.
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