On 2013-09-26 10:00-0700 Alan W. Irwin wrote:
Perhaps it was Alaska, i just remembered Alan mentioning it after i added the shapefile support, then some months ago i found the reason while looking at something else. Sorry i didn't reply earlier today. I was fighting with the cmake build stuff. Thanks for propagating the fix.
> On 2013-09-26 02:19-0700 phil rosenberg wrote:
>> Hi Alan
>> Meant to drop this in to you some time back. A very minor patch to
> fix the x19 missing bit of antarctica on the global map. The problem
> was that the axes went beyond the -360 to +360 degrees that the map
> routines draw on since the shapefile changes. Changing these limits
> was all that was needed.
>> The patch covers C and C++. I was tempted to go through and make
> changes to the other bindings as it was so minor, but i don't have
> things set up to even compile them so I thought I had better not.
> Hi Phil:
> Thanks for your patch.
> I am going to put off considering this patch until post-release since
> its too late for this release. Nevertheless, it does sound like your
> patch (and its propagation to all the other languages) should be first
> on our agenda post-release.
Just to clarify, I didn't read my e-mail INBOX sufficiently before my
reply above, and it turned out that Andrew had already got your patch
and the further language propagations into this release which is
Alan W. Irwin
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