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Geod and invgeod perform geodesic (Great Circle) computations for determining latitude, longitude and back azimuth of a terminus point given a initial point latitude, longitude, azimuth and distance (direct) or the forward and back azimuths and distance between an initial and terminus point latitudes and longitudes (inverse).
This is a transitional meta-package. You can safely remove it after upgrading.
proj for DEBIAN --------------- This is unusual, but let me provide some QuickStart on using this stuff. proj ~~~~ I use `proj' all the time to draw maps in various projections using graphing tools that cannot themselves handle fancy map projections by piping all my data (coastline, etc) through proj. For example, drawing Eastern Canada in Lambert Conformal Conic, I'd use: proj +proj=lcc +e more»
proj (4.6.1-5) unstable; urgency=low Note that current package includes datum shifts which are traditionally distributed off the main tarball, and now maintained in a separate per arch proj-data package. Ssome of the enclosed files are arch independent and some other are not, because written as CTABLE structure. You need to use the nad2bin utility to regenerate those files starting from more»
2009-09-24 Frank Warmerdam <firstname.lastname@example.org> * nad/Makefile.am: add ntv2 and ignf testing if grid shift files are available. 2009-09-23 Frank Warmerdam <email@example.com> * Preparing for 4.7.0 release. * nad/makefile.vc: do not attempt to install ntf_r93.gsb by default. * src/pj_init.c: Temporarily set locale to "C" to avoid locale specific number parsing (#49). * src/pj_rh more»
proj (4.7.0-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release * Datum grids files updated to vers more»
Maintainers TODO list --------------------- The tarball contains a jniwrap section. It would be nic more»
This package was debianized by Peter S Galbraith firstname.lastname@example.org on Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:13:26 -0400. more»