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pypm install collective.geo.index

How to install collective.geo.index

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install collective.geo.index
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version 0.1 on Feb 17th, 2012


This Product adds a geospatial index to the zope catalog for collective.geo.

OOTB it only adds the index and a searchform, query_spatialcatalog.html, which lets you explore the usage of the index. It is meant to be used in custom products that need a spatial search.

It depends on the spatialindex and tools libraries from SpatialIndex. You can find installation instructions for spatialindex on http://trac.gispython.org/lab/wiki/Rtree.


0.1 (2012/02/16)
  • Use jQuery to pick up the query's bounding box from the form input (rendered and escaped with Plone already) rather than regex'ing the query string. [davidjb]
  • Add getEntryForObject method for spatial catalog index to allow viewing ZCatalog records. [davidjb]
  • Zoom to bounding box extent on load, rather than the extent of data from the query. [davidjb]
  • Initial release

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Last updated Feb 17th, 2012

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