Posts tagged with '3.1'

PostGIS 3.1.4, 3.0.4 Released

The PostGIS development team is pleased to provide bug fix and performance enhancements 3.1.4 and 3.0.4 for the 3.1, 3.0 stable branches.

3.1.4 This release supports PostgreSQL 9.6-14.

3.0.4 This release works with PostgreSQL 9.5-13 and GEOS >= 3.6 Designed to take advantage of features in PostgreSQL 12+ and Proj 6+

View all closed tickets for 3.1.4, 3.0.4.

After installing the binaries or after running pg_upgrade:

For PostGIS 3.1, 3.0, 2.5 do below which will upgrade all your postgis extensions.

SELECT postgis_extensions_upgrade();

For PostGIS 2.4 and below do:

ALTER EXTENSION postgis UPDATE;

— if you use the other extensions packaged with postgis — make sure to upgrade those as well

ALTER EXTENSION postgis_sfcgal UPDATE;
ALTER EXTENSION postgis_topology UPDATE;
ALTER EXTENSION postgis_tiger_geocoder UPDATE;

If you use legacy.sql or legacy_minimal.sql, make sure to rerun the version packaged with these releases.

PostGIS 3.1.3

The PostGIS Team is pleased to release PostGIS 3.1.3! Best Served with PostgreSQL 14 beta2.

This release is a bug fix release, addressing issues found in the previous 3.1 release.

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PostGIS 3.1.2

The PostGIS Team is pleased to release the release of PostGIS 3.1.2!

This release is a bug fix release, addressing issues found in the previous 3.1 release.

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PostGIS 3.1.1

The PostGIS Team is pleased to release the release of PostGIS 3.1.1!

This release is a bug fix release, addressing issues found in the previous 3.1 release.

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PostGIS 3.1.0

The PostGIS Team is pleased to release the release of PostGIS 3.1.0!

This version exposes the new features of GEOS 3.9 as well as numerous core performance enhancements for spatial joins, large object access, text format output and more.

Performance is a key feature of this release, with improvements to spatial joins, text outputs, large object reads, vector tile output, and a host of smaller tweaks.

The k-means clustering code has been enhanced to support weighting and higher dimensional clusters.

Geometry generators to create hexagonal and square tilings have been added, for simpler in-the-database summarization queries.

Finally, PostGIS exposes the latest enhancements in the GEOS geometry library 3.9 version. The new overlay engine (aka “OverlayNG”) provides more robust handling of difficult input geometries, using a set of new noding strategies to process geometry. For the end user, this should mean no more “topology exceptions” when using the union, difference, intersection or symmetric difference functions. PostGIS also exposes the new fixed precision overlay capability via an additional grid-size parameter on ST_Intersection and the other overlay functions.

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