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Re: Is MySQL's OpenGIS implementation compliant?
Posted by: Mike McCutcheon
Date: March 27, 2010 03:59AM

Hello Andre. As a relative newbie I found this issue complex, but half way down:
http://forge.mysql.com/wiki/GIS_Functions
you will see a link to:
http://downloads.mysql.com/forge/mysql-5.1.35-gis/
which is a branch of MySQL which I got my cloud server host to install for me instead of their standard MySQL.

I think there are some updates but luckily I don't deal with multipolygons, so I was able to ignore them.

This branch based on 5.1.35 has enough GIS functions to keep me going eg buffer() intersection() and distance()

I certainly hope that Holyfoot can continue his heroic GIS developments.

Hope that makes sense. Mike

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