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doc 2013-03-04 Victor Anyakin Victor Anyakin [2f5f88] merged in changes for the 2nd rease
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README.txt 2013-03-04 Victor Anyakin Victor Anyakin [2f5f88] merged in changes for the 2nd rease
cl-proj.asd 2012-10-03 Victor Anyakin Victor Anyakin [d86546] minor modifications for ASD

Read Me

CL-PROJ: Lisp bindings for the Proj.4 library
=============================================

PROJ.4 is a cartographic projections library originally written by
Gerald Evenden then of the USGS. PROJ.4 has been placed under an MIT
license.

CL-PROJ provides CFFI-based Common Lisp bindings for the PROJ.4
library. It is placed under the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD)
license meaning that you can do almost everything you want with it.

PROJ.4 homepage is: [http://trac.osgeo.org/proj/](http://trac.osgeo.org/proj/)

CL-PROJ homepage is:
[http://cl-proj.sourceforge.net/](http://cl-proj.sourceforge.net/) and
the project page is:
[http://sourceforge.net/projects/cl-proj/](http://sourceforge.net/projects/cl-proj/)

Released files can be downloaded from [the downloads
page](http://sourceforge.net/projects/cl-proj/files). And it can also
be installed using the `asdf-install` program.



Usage
=====

Typical library loading and linking into the Lisp image would be:

    (require 'cffi)
    (cffi:define-foreign-library libproj (t (:default "libproj")))
    (cffi:load-foreign-library 'libproj)
    (require 'cl-proj)

Symbols are defined in the `cl-proj` package and are also available
using the `pj` package nickname.

By now the native libproj shared library should be loaded and linked
into the Lisp image and all the bindings should be resolved.

Constants, variables and functions are extremely close to the
PROJ.4. API is documented in the <api.html> file that is supplied in
the distribution.

Copying
=======

    Copyright (c) 2012, Victor Anyakin <anyakinvictor@yahoo.com>
    All rights reserved.

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