Commit ee72c29f authored by Bas Couwenberg's avatar Bas Couwenberg

New upstream version 2.4.2

parent 439b4c98
......@@ -5,12 +5,11 @@
# Main configuration
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#choose precise or trusty
#choose trusty
#group: edge
#dist: trusty
#dist: precise
group: edge
dist: trusty
sudo: required
language: cpp
......@@ -18,34 +17,15 @@ language: cpp
compiler:
- gcc
env: POSTGRESQL_VERSION=9.6 PG_USER=postgres
matrix:
include:
- os: linux
sudo: required
dist: precise
env: POSTGRESQL_VERSION=9.5 PG_USER=postgres
- os: linux
sudo: required
dist: precise
env: POSTGRESQL_VERSION=9.4 PG_USER=postgres
- os: linux
sudo: required
dist: trusty
group: edge
env: POSTGRESQL_VERSION=9.6 PG_USER=postgres
- os: linux
sudo: required
dist: trusty
group: edge
env: POSTGRESQL_VERSION=9.5 PG_USER=postgres
......@@ -82,6 +62,7 @@ install:
before_script:
# Add our chosen PG version to the path
- psql -U postgres -c "create extension postgis"
- export PATH=/usr/lib/postgresql/$POSTGRESQL_VERSION/bin:$PATH
# initialize databases
......@@ -93,11 +74,10 @@ before_script:
script:
- ./tools/travis/pgrouting_build.sh $POSTGRESQL_VERSION $POSTGIS_VERSION
# tests as part of script so if a test fails the build fails
- ./tools/travis/pgrouting_test.sh $POSTGRESQL_VERSION $PG_USER
- ./tools/testers/pg_prove_tests.sh $PG_USER DEBUG
#after_script:
# blank
after_script:
- ./tools/travis/pgrouting_test.sh $POSTGRESQL_VERSION $PG_USER -ignorenotice
#after_success:
# blank
......@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ endif()
set(PGROUTING_VERSION_MAJOR "2")
set(PGROUTING_VERSION_MINOR "4")
set(PGROUTING_VERSION_PATCH "1")
set(PGROUTING_VERSION_PATCH "2")
set(PGROUTING_VERSION_DEV "")
set(PGROUTING_SHORT_VERSION "${PGROUTING_VERSION_MAJOR}.${PGROUTING_VERSION_MINOR}")
......@@ -316,9 +316,16 @@ endif(NOT POSTGRESQL_FOUND)
if(NOT POSTGRESQL_VERSION_STRING)
message(FATAL_ERROR "pg_config was not found. Please check your PostgreSQL installation!")
endif(NOT POSTGRESQL_VERSION_STRING)
string(SUBSTRING "${POSTGRESQL_VERSION_STRING}" 11 -1 POSTGRESQL_VERSION)
# for XbetaY XalphaY XrcY -> X.Y
string(REGEX REPLACE "^([0-9]+)[beta|alpha|rc].*" "\\1.0" POSTGRESQL_VERSION ${POSTGRESQL_VERSION})
#for X.Y.Z -> XY Y<10
string(REGEX REPLACE "^([0-9]+)\\.([0-9]+).*" "\\1\\2" PGSQL_VERSION ${POSTGRESQL_VERSION})
if("${POSTGRESQL_VERSION}" VERSION_LESS "${POSTGRESQL_MINIMUM_VERSION}")
message(FATAL_ERROR " PostgreSQL ${POSTGRESQL_MINIMUM_VERSION} or greater is required.")
endif("${POSTGRESQL_VERSION}" VERSION_LESS "${POSTGRESQL_MINIMUM_VERSION}")
......
Contributors to pgRouting are expected to act respectfully toward others in accordance with the http://www.osgeo.org/code_of_conduct.
Full transcription:
# OSGeo Code of Conduct
Version: 1.0
Date: May 2015
## Introduction
This code of conduct governs how we behave in any OSGeo forum or event and whenever we will be judged by our actions. We expect it to be honored by everyone who participates in the OSGeo community formally or informally, or claims any affiliation with the OSGeo Foundation.
It applies to in-person events (such as conferences and related social events), IRC, public and private mailing lists, the issue tracker, the wiki, blogs, Twitter, and any other forums which the community uses for communication and interactions.
This code is not exhaustive or complete. It serves to distill our common understanding of a collaborative, shared environment and goals. We expect it to be followed in spirit as much as in the letter, so that it can enrich all of us and the technical communities in which we participate.
## Diversity Statement
OSGeo welcomes and encourages participation by everyone. We are committed to being a community that everyone feels good about joining, and we will always work to treat everyone well. No matter how you identify yourself or how others perceive you: we welcome you.
Specific Guidelines
We strive to:
- Be open.
We invite anyone to participate in our community. We preferably use public methods of communication for project-related messages, unless discussing something sensitive. This applies to messages for help or project-related support, too; not only is a public support request much more likely to result in an answer to a question, it also makes sure that any inadvertent mistakes made by people answering will be more easily detected and corrected.
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We work together to resolve conflict, assume good intentions, and do our best to act in an empathetic fashion. We may all experience some frustration from time to time, but we do not allow frustration to turn into a personal attack. A community where people feel uncomfortable or threatened is not a productive one. Note that we have a multi-cultural, multi-lingual community and some of us are non-native speakers. We should be respectful when dealing with other community members as well as with people outside our community.
- Be collaborative.
Our work will be used by other people, and in turn we will depend on the work of others. When we make something for the benefit of OSGeo, we are willing to explain to others how it works, so that they can build on the work to make it even better. Any decision we make will affect users and colleagues, and we take those consequences seriously when making decisions.
- Be inquisitive.
Nobody knows everything! Asking questions early avoids many problems later, so questions are encouraged, though they may be directed to the appropriate forum. Those who are asked should be responsive and helpful, within the context of our shared goal of improving OSGeo.
- Be careful in the words that we choose.
Whether we are participating as professionals or volunteers, we value professionalism in all interactions, and take responsibility for our own speech. Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down other participants.
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Keep in mind that what you write once will be read by hundreds of persons. Writing a short email means people can understand the conversation as efficiently as possible. Short emails should always strive to be empathetic, welcoming, friendly and patient. When a long explanation is necessary, consider adding a summary.
Try to bring new ideas to a conversation so that each mail adds something unique to the thread, keeping in mind that the rest of the thread still contains the other messages with arguments that have already been made.
Try to stay on topic, especially in discussions that are already fairly large.
- Step down considerately.
Members of every project come and go. When somebody leaves or disengages from the project they should tell people they are leaving and take the proper steps to ensure that others can pick up where they left off. In doing so, they should remain respectful of those who continue to participate in the project and should not misrepresent the project's goals or achievements. Likewise, community members should respect any individual's choice to leave the project.
## Anti-Harassment
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- Personal insults or discriminatory jokes and language, especially those using racist or sexist terms.
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......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
### Branches
* The *master* branch has the latest minor release. (2.4.0)
* The *master* branch has the latest minor release. (2.4.2)
* The *develop* branch has the next minor release. (2.5.0-dev)
For the complete list of releases go to:
......@@ -41,7 +41,6 @@ https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/releases
<td><img src="http://winnie.postgis.net:1500/buildStatus/icon?job=pgRouting_matrix_branch_develop" alt="Jenkins Status"/></td>
<td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>gh-pages</td>
<td><img src="https://travis-ci.org/pgRouting/pgrouting.png?branch=gh-pages" alt="Build Status"/></td>
......@@ -51,10 +50,12 @@ https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/releases
</tr>
</table>
* travis: Postgis 2.2 for Postgres 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 9.5
* travis: Postgis 2.3.3 for Postgres 9.5 & 9.6
* precise
* jenkins: g++ 4.8 on 32 & 64 bits for Postgis 2.3.0dev and Postgres 9.4, 9.5, 9.6
* appveyor: vs1013 Postgis 2.2 Postgres 9.4
* developed with Postgres 9.3 and Postgis 2.3.3
* jenkins: g++ 4.8 on 32 & 64 bits for Postgis 2.4.0dev and Postgres 9.5, 9.6, 10
* appveyor: vs1013 Postgis 2.3.3 on Postgres 9.4
......@@ -96,7 +97,7 @@ Family of functions include:
Building reqirements
--------------------
* perl
* Perl
* C and C++ compilers
* GNU >= 4.6
* MSVC >= 18.0
......@@ -126,7 +127,7 @@ For MinGW on Windows
make
make install
Also pre-built Windows binaries can be downloaded from http://.postgis.net/windows_downloads
Also pre-built Windows binaries can be downloaded from https://postgis.net/windows_downloads
For Linux
......
4691-722e04e03 master
4746-fb7c27bfc master
......@@ -25,6 +25,8 @@ environment:
CONFIGURATION: Release
MSVC_VER: 12.0
BUILD_ROOT_DIR: c:\build
PGIS_VERSION: 2.3.3
PG_VER: 9.4
init:
- git config --global core.autocrlf false
......@@ -39,17 +41,17 @@ install:
build_script:
- cd c:\build\pgrouting\ci\appveyor
- msbuild_pgrouting.bat 9.4
- msbuild_pgrouting.bat %PG_VER%
- cd %PGROUTING_BUILD_DIR%
- msbuild PGROUTING.sln /target:Build /property:Configuration=%CONFIGURATION%
- msbuild INSTALL.vcxproj /target:Build /property:Configuration=%CONFIGURATION%
- copy c:\build\gmp\x64\lib\*.dll C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\9.4\bin\
- copy c:\build\gmp\x64\lib\*.dll C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\%PG_VER%\bin\
test_script:
- set PGUSER=postgres
- set PGPASSWORD=Password12!
- set PGHOME=C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\9.4
- set PGHOME=C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\%PG_VER%
- set PGPORT=5432
- set PATH=%PATH%;%PGHOME%\bin
# Execute algorithm test by Cygwin
- C:\cygwin\bin\bash -lc "cd /cygdrive/c/build/pgrouting && tools/testers/algorithm-tester.pl -psql \"/cygdrive/c/Progra~1/PostgreSQL/9.4/bin/psql\""
- C:\cygwin\bin\bash -lc "cd /cygdrive/c/build/pgrouting && tools/testers/algorithm-tester.pl -psql \"/cygdrive/c/Progra~1/PostgreSQL/%PG_VER%/bin/psql\""
......@@ -20,9 +20,10 @@ if not defined COMMON_INSTALL_DIR set COMMON_INSTALL_DIR=%BUILD_ROOT_DIR%\local\
:: for cmake its the min version
if not defined CMAKE_VERSION set CMAKE_VERSION=3.5.2
if not defined PG_VERSION set PG_VERSION=2.3.1
if not defined PGIS_VERSION set PGIS_VERSION=2.3.3
if not defined BOOST_VERSION set BOOST_VERSION=1.58.0
if not defined CGAL_VERSION set CGAL_VERSION=4.8.1
set PG_VER_NO_DOT=pg%PG_VER:.=%
set CMAKE_GENERATOR=Visual Studio %MSVC_VER:.0=% %MSVC_YEAR%
......@@ -33,6 +34,9 @@ if "%platform%"=="x64" (
:: Determine if arch is 32/64 bits
if /I "%platform%"=="x86" ( set arch=32) else ( set arch=64)
:: Determine compiler used to build postgis
if "%arch%"=="64" (set GCC=48) else (set GCC=481)
::
:: =========================================================
......@@ -94,38 +98,38 @@ echo ====================================
::
echo ==================================== POSTGIS
if not exist "C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\9.4\makepostgisdb_using_extensions.bat" (
if not exist "C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\%PG_VER%\makepostgisdb_using_extensions.bat" (
cd %APPVEYOR_BUILD_FOLDER%
if not exist %DOWNLOADS_DIR%\postgis-pg94-binaries-%PG_VERSION%w%arch%gcc48.zip (
echo Downloading PostGIS %PG_VERSION%
if not exist %DOWNLOADS_DIR%\postgis-%PG_VER_NO_DOT%-binaries-%PGIS_VERSION%w%arch%gcc%GCC%.zip (
echo Downloading PostGIS %PGIS_VERSION%
pushd %DOWNLOADS_DIR%
curl -L -O -S -s http://winnie.postgis.net/download/windows/pg94/buildbot/postgis-pg94-binaries-%PG_VERSION%w%arch%gcc48.zip
curl -L -O -S -s http://winnie.postgis.net/download/windows/%PG_VER_NO_DOT%/buildbot/postgis-%PG_VER_NO_DOT%-binaries-%PGIS_VERSION%w%arch%gcc%GCC%.zip
popd
if not exist %DOWNLOADS_DIR%\postgis-pg94-binaries-%PG_VERSION%w%arch%gcc48.zip (
echo something went wrong on PostGIS %PG_VERSION% download !!!!!!!!!
if not exist %DOWNLOADS_DIR%\postgis-%PG_VER_NO_DOT%-binaries-%PGIS_VERSION%w%arch%gcc%GCC%.zip (
echo something went wrong on PostGIS %PGIS_VERSION% download !!!!!!!!!
if defined LOCAL_DEBUG dir %DOWNLOADS_DIR%
Exit \B 1
)
)
echo Extracting PostGIS %PG_VERSION%
echo Extracting PostGIS %PGIS_VERSION%
pushd %DOWNLOADS_DIR%
7z x -o%BUILD_ROOT_DIR%\ postgis-pg94-binaries-%PG_VERSION%w%arch%gcc48.zip
7z x -o%BUILD_ROOT_DIR%\ postgis-%PG_VER_NO_DOT%-binaries-%PGIS_VERSION%w%arch%gcc%GCC%.zip
popd
echo **** Installing postGIS %PG_VERSION%
xcopy /e /y /q %BUILD_ROOT_DIR%\postgis-pg94-binaries-%PG_VERSION%w%arch%gcc48 C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\9.4
echo **** Installing postGIS %PGIS_VERSION%
xcopy /e /y /q %BUILD_ROOT_DIR%\postgis-%PG_VER_NO_DOT%-binaries-%PGIS_VERSION%w%arch%gcc%GCC% C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\%PG_VER%
if not exist "C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\9.4\makepostgisdb_using_extensions.bat" (
echo something went wrong on PostGIS %PG_VERSION% installation !!!!!!!!!
if not exist "C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\%PG_VER%\makepostgisdb_using_extensions.bat" (
echo something went wrong on PostGIS %PGIS_VERSION% installation !!!!!!!!!
if defined LOCAL_DEBUG dir %DOWNLOADS_DIR%
if defined LOCAL_DEBUG dir C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\9.4\
if defined LOCAL_DEBUG dir C:\Progra~1\PostgreSQL\%PG_VER%\
Exit \B 1
) else (
echo **** PostGIS %PG_VERSION% %arch% installed
echo **** PostGIS %PGIS_VERSION% %arch% installed
)
) else (
echo PostGIS %PG_VERSION% %arch% already installed
echo PostGIS %PGIS_VERSION% %arch% already installed
)
echo ====================================
......
......@@ -96,10 +96,10 @@ Goto :ref:`install-short` to the compile instructions (there is no tar ball).
.. _install_enable_db:
Enabeling and upgrading in the database
Enabling and upgrading in the database
----------------------------------------------
.. rubric:: Enabeling the database
.. rubric:: Enabling the database
pgRouting is an extension and depends on postGIS. Enabling postGIS before enabling pgRouting in the database
......
......@@ -18,6 +18,7 @@ To see the full list of changes check the list of `Git commits <https://github.c
.. changelog start
* :ref:`changelog_2_4_2`
* :ref:`changelog_2_4_1`
* :ref:`changelog_2_4_0`
* :ref:`changelog_2_3_2`
......@@ -35,12 +36,33 @@ To see the full list of changes check the list of `Git commits <https://github.c
.. changelog end
.. _changelog_2_4_2:
pgRouting 2.4.2 Release Notes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
To see the issues closed by this release see the `Git closed milestone for 2.4.2 <https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=milestone%3A%22Release%202.4.2%22%20>`_ on Github.
.. rubric:: Improvement
* Works for postgreSQL 10
.. rubric:: Bug fixes
* Fixed: Unexpected error column "cname"
* Replace __linux__ with __GLIBC__ for glibc-specific headers and functions
.. _changelog_2_4_1:
pgRouting 2.4.1 Release Notes
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
.. rubric:: Bug fix
To see the issues closed by this release see the `Git closed milestone for 2.4.1 <https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=milestone%3A%22Release%202.4.1%22%20>`_ on Github.
.. rubric:: Bug fixes
* Fixed compiling error on macOS
* Condition error on pgr_withPoints
......@@ -77,7 +99,7 @@ To see the issues closed by this release see the `Git closed issues for 2.4.0 <h
* pgr_pointsToVids
.. rubric:: Bug fix
.. rubric:: Bug fixes
* Bug fixes on proposed functions
......@@ -353,7 +375,7 @@ To see the issues closed by this release see the `Git closed issues for 2.1.0 <h
- Instead of generating many libraries:
- All functions are encapsulated in one library
- The library has a the prefix 2-1-0
- The library has the prefix 2-1-0
......@@ -380,8 +402,8 @@ With the release of pgRouting 2.0.0 the library has abandoned backwards compatib
The main Goals for this release are:
* Major restructuring of pgRouting.
* Standardiziation of the function naming
* Prepararation of the project for future development.
* Standardization of the function naming
* Preparation of the project for future development.
As a result of this effort:
......@@ -411,7 +433,7 @@ As a result of this effort:
* Compatibility with PostgreSQL 9.1 or newer
* Compatibility with PostGIS 2.0 or newer
* Installs as PostgreSQL EXTENSION
* Return types refactored and unified
* Return types re factored and unified
* Support for table SCHEMA in function parameters
* Support for ``st_`` PostGIS function prefix
* Added ``pgr_`` prefix to functions and types
......@@ -432,27 +454,27 @@ The following release notes have been copied from the previous ``RELEASE_NOTES``
Changes for release 1.05
...............................................................................
* Bugfixes
* Bug fixes
Changes for release 1.03
...............................................................................
* Much faster topology creation
* Bugfixes
* Bug fixes
Changes for release 1.02
...............................................................................
* Shooting* bugfixes
* Shooting* bug fixes
* Compilation problems solved
Changes for release 1.01
...............................................................................
* Shooting* bugfixes
* Shooting* bug fixes
Changes for release 1.0
......@@ -460,14 +482,14 @@ Changes for release 1.0
* Core and extra functions are separated
* Cmake build process
* Bugfixes
* Bug fixes
Changes for release 1.0.0b
...............................................................................
* Additional SQL file with more simple names for wrapper functions
* Bugfixes
* Bug fixes
Changes for release 1.0.0a
......@@ -481,7 +503,7 @@ Changes for release 0.9.9
...............................................................................
* PostgreSQL 8.2 support
* Shortest path functions return empty result if they couldn’t find any path
* Shortest path functions return empty result if they could not find any path
Changes for release 0.9.8
......
......@@ -23,6 +23,10 @@ Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
********************************************************************PGR-GNU*/
#include "./../../common/src/postgres_connection.h"
#if PGSQL_VERSION == 100
#include <float.h>
#endif
#include "catalog/pg_type.h"
......
......@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ BEGIN
execute query;
EXCEPTION WHEN others THEN
perform _pgr_onError( true, reportErrs, fnName,
'Could not create index on:' || cname, SQLERRM);
'Could not create index on:' || colname, SQLERRM);
END;
execute 'set client_min_messages to '|| debuglevel;
perform _pgr_msg(msgKind, fnName);
......
......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stddef.h>
#ifdef __linux__
#ifdef __GLIBC__
#include <execinfo.h>
#endif
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
std::string get_backtrace() {
#ifdef __linux__
#ifdef __GLIBC__
void *trace[16];
int i, trace_size = 0;
......
......@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ Column Type Description
**end_vid** ``BIGINT`` Identifier of the ending vertex.
**k** ``INTEGER`` The desiered number of paths.
**directed** ``BOOLEAN`` (optional). When ``false`` the graph is considered as Undirected. Default is ``true`` which considers the graph as Directed.
**heap_paths** ``BOOLEAN`` (optional). When ``true`` returns all the paths stored in the process heap. Default is ``false`` which only returns ``k`` pahts.
**heap_paths** ``BOOLEAN`` (optional). When ``true`` returns all the paths stored in the process heap. Default is ``false`` which only returns ``k`` paths.
============== ============ =================================================
Roughly, if the shortest path has ``N`` edges, the heap will contain about than ``N * k`` paths for small value of ``k`` and ``k > 1``.
......
NOTICE: PROCESSING:
NOTICE: pgr_createTopology('edge_table', 0.001, 'the_geom', 'id', 'source', 'target', rows_where := 'true', clean := t)
NOTICE: Performing checks, please wait .....
NOTICE: Creating Topology, Please wait...
NOTICE: -------------> TOPOLOGY CREATED FOR 18 edges
NOTICE: Rows with NULL geometry or NULL id: 0
NOTICE: Vertices table for table public.edge_table is: public.edge_table_vertices_pgr
NOTICE: ----------------------------------------------
OK
ALTER TABLE edge_table RENAME TO mbta_arc;
CREATE TABLE edge_table AS SELECT * FROM mbta_arc;;
SELECT pgr_CreateTopology('edge_table', 0.001, 'the_geom', 'id', clean := true);
......@@ -5,6 +5,7 @@
'comment' => 'pgr_createTopology, pgr_analyzegraph, and pgr_analyzeOneway tests for any versions.',
'data' => [ ],
'tests' => [qw(
issue900
analyzeOneway-any
createVertTab-any
doc-pgr_createTopology
......
#VERSION pgrouting 2.4.2
#TYPES
pgr_costresult
pgr_costresult3
pgr_geomresult
#FUNCTIONS
pgr_alphashape(text,double precision)
pgr_analyzegraph(text,double precision,text,text,text,text,text)
pgr_analyzeoneway(text,text[],text[],text[],text[],boolean,text,text,text)
pgr_apspjohnson(text)
pgr_apspwarshall(text,boolean,boolean)
pgr_astarcostmatrix(text,anyarray,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
pgr_astarcost(text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
pgr_astarcost(text,anyarray,bigint,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
pgr_astarcost(text,bigint,anyarray,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
pgr_astarcost(text,bigint,bigint,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
pgr_astar(text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
_pgr_astar(text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision,boolean)
pgr_astar(text,anyarray,bigint,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
_pgr_astar(text,anyarray,bigint,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision,boolean)
pgr_astar(text,bigint,anyarray,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
_pgr_astar(text,bigint,anyarray,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision,boolean)
pgr_astar(text,bigint,bigint,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision)
_pgr_astar(text,bigint,bigint,boolean,integer,double precision,double precision,boolean)
pgr_astar(text,integer,integer,boolean,boolean)
pgr_bdastar(text,integer,integer,boolean,boolean)
pgr_bddijkstra(text,bigint,bigint)
pgr_bddijkstra(text,bigint,bigint,boolean)
_pgr_bddijkstra(text,bigint,bigint,boolean,boolean)
pgr_bddijkstra(text,integer,integer,boolean,boolean)
_pgr_checkverttab(text,text[],integer,text)
pgr_contractgraph(text,bigint[],integer,bigint[],boolean)
_pgr_createindex(text,text,text,integer,text)
_pgr_createindex(text,text,text,text,integer,text)
pgr_createtopology(text,double precision,text,text,text,text,text,boolean)
pgr_createverticestable(text,text,text,text,text)
pgr_dijkstracostmatrix(text,anyarray,boolean)
pgr_dijkstracost(text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean)
pgr_dijkstracost(text,anyarray,bigint,boolean)
pgr_dijkstracost(text,bigint,anyarray,boolean)
pgr_dijkstracost(text,bigint,bigint,boolean)
pgr_dijkstra(text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean)
_pgr_dijkstra(text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean,boolean)
pgr_dijkstra(text,anyarray,bigint,boolean)
_pgr_dijkstra(text,anyarray,bigint,boolean,boolean)
pgr_dijkstra(text,bigint,anyarray,boolean)
_pgr_dijkstra(text,bigint,anyarray,boolean,boolean)
pgr_dijkstra(text,bigint,bigint)
pgr_dijkstra(text,bigint,bigint,boolean)
_pgr_dijkstra(text,bigint,bigint,boolean,boolean)
pgr_dijkstra(text,integer,integer,boolean,boolean)
pgr_dijkstravia(text,anyarray,boolean,boolean,boolean)
pgr_drivingdistance(text,anyarray,double precision,boolean,boolean)
pgr_drivingdistance(text,bigint,double precision,boolean)
pgr_drivingdistance(text,bigint,double precision,boolean,boolean)
pgr_edgedisjointpaths(text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean)
pgr_edgedisjointpaths(text,anyarray,bigint,boolean)
pgr_edgedisjointpaths(text,bigint,anyarray,boolean)
pgr_edgedisjointpaths(text,bigint,bigint,boolean)
_pgr_endpoint(geometry)
pgr_endpoint(geometry)
pgr_euclediantsp(text,bigint,bigint,double precision,integer,integer,integer,double precision,double precision,double precision,boolean)
pgr_flipedges(geometry[])
pgr_floydwarshall(text,boolean)
pgr_getcolumnname(text,text)
_pgr_getcolumnname(text,text,integer,text)
_pgr_getcolumnname(text,text,text,integer,text)
_pgr_getcolumntype(text,text,integer,text)
_pgr_getcolumntype(text,text,text,integer,text)
_pgr_get_statement(text)
pgr_gettablename(text)
_pgr_gettablename(text,integer,text)
pgr_gsoc_vrppdtw(text,integer,integer)
pgr_iscolumnindexed(text,text)
_pgr_iscolumnindexed(text,text,integer,text)
_pgr_iscolumnindexed(text,text,text,integer,text)
_pgr_iscolumnintable(text,text)
pgr_iscolumnintable(text,text)
pgr_johnson(text,boolean)
pgr_kdijkstracost(text,integer,integer[],boolean,boolean)
pgr_kdijkstrapath(text,integer,integer[],boolean,boolean)
_pgr_ksp(text,bigint,bigint,integer,boolean,boolean)
pgr_ksp(text,bigint,bigint,integer,boolean,boolean)
pgr_ksp(text,integer,integer,integer,boolean)
pgr_labelgraph(text,text,text,text,text,text)
_pgr_makedistancematrix(text)
pgr_maxflowboykovkolmogorov(text,anyarray,anyarray)
pgr_maxflowboykovkolmogorov(text,anyarray,bigint)
pgr_maxflowboykovkolmogorov(text,bigint,anyarray)
pgr_maxflowboykovkolmogorov(text,bigint,bigint)
pgr_maxflowedmondskarp(text,anyarray,anyarray)
pgr_maxflowedmondskarp(text,anyarray,bigint)
pgr_maxflowedmondskarp(text,bigint,anyarray)
pgr_maxflowedmondskarp(text,bigint,bigint)
pgr_maxflowpushrelabel(text,anyarray,anyarray)
pgr_maxflowpushrelabel(text,anyarray,bigint)
pgr_maxflowpushrelabel(text,bigint,anyarray)
pgr_maxflowpushrelabel(text,bigint,bigint)
pgr_maxflow(text,anyarray,anyarray)
_pgr_maxflow(text,anyarray,anyarray,text,boolean)
pgr_maxflow(text,anyarray,bigint)
_pgr_maxflow(text,anyarray,bigint,text,boolean)
pgr_maxflow(text,bigint,anyarray)
_pgr_maxflow(text,bigint,anyarray,text,boolean)
pgr_maxflow(text,bigint,bigint)
_pgr_maxflow(text,bigint,bigint,text,boolean)
pgr_maximumcardinalitymatching(text,boolean)
_pgr_msg(integer,text,text)
pgr_nodenetwork(text,double precision,text,text,text,text,boolean)
_pgr_onerror(boolean,integer,text,text,text,text)
_pgr_parameter_check(text,text,boolean)
_pgr_pickdeliver(text,integer,double precision,double precision,integer)
pgr_pointsaspolygon(character varying,double precision)
pgr_pointstodmatrix(geometry[],integer)
pgr_pointstovids(geometry[],text,double precision)
pgr_pointtoedgenode(text,geometry,double precision)
_pgr_pointtoid(geometry,double precision,text,integer)
_pgr_quote_ident(text)
pgr_quote_ident(text)
_pgr_startpoint(geometry)
pgr_startpoint(geometry)
pgr_texttopoints(text,integer)
_pgr_trsp(text,integer,double precision,integer,double precision,boolean,boolean,text)
pgr_trsp(text,integer,double precision,integer,double precision,boolean,boolean,text)
_pgr_trsp(text,integer,integer,boolean,boolean,text)
pgr_trsp(text,integer,integer,boolean,boolean,text)
pgr_trspviaedges(text,integer[],double precision[],boolean,boolean,text)
pgr_trspviavertices(text,anyarray,boolean,boolean,text)
_pgr_trspviavertices(text,integer[],boolean,boolean,text)
pgr_tsp(double precision[],integer,integer)
pgr_tsp(text,bigint,bigint,double precision,integer,integer,integer,double precision,double precision,double precision,boolean)
pgr_tsp(text,integer,integer)
_pgr_unnest_matrix(double precision[])
pgr_version()
_pgr_versionless(text,text)
pgr_versionless(text,text)
pgr_vidstodmatrix(integer[],geometry[],text,double precision)
pgr_vidstodmatrix(text,integer[],boolean,boolean,boolean)
pgr_vrponedepot(text,text,text,integer)
pgr_withpointscostmatrix(text,text,anyarray,boolean,character)
pgr_withpointscost(text,text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean,character)
pgr_withpointscost(text,text,anyarray,bigint,boolean,character)
pgr_withpointscost(text,text,bigint,anyarray,boolean,character)
pgr_withpointscost(text,text,bigint,bigint,boolean,character)
pgr_withpointsdd(text,text,anyarray,double precision,boolean,character,boolean,boolean)
pgr_withpointsdd(text,text,bigint,double precision,boolean,character,boolean)
pgr_withpointsksp(text,text,bigint,bigint,integer,boolean,boolean,character,boolean)
pgr_withpoints(text,text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean,character,boolean)
_pgr_withpoints(text,text,anyarray,anyarray,boolean,character,boolean,boolean)
pgr_withpoints(text,text,anyarray,bigint,boolean,character,boolean)
_pgr_withpoints(text,text,anyarray,bigint,boolean,character,boolean,boolean)
pgr_withpoints(text,text,bigint,anyarray,boolean,character,boolean)
_pgr_withpoints(text,text,bigint,anyarray,boolean,character,boolean,boolean)
pgr_withpoints(text,text,bigint,bigint,boolean,character,boolean)
_pgr_withpoints(text,text,bigint,bigint,boolean,character,boolean,boolean)
_pgr_withpointsvia(text,bigint[],double precision[],boolean)
......@@ -217,10 +217,10 @@ else
fi
echo "\`\`\`"
echo "cat VERSION | grep \"release/$MAYOR.$MINOR\""
echo "cat VERSION | grep \"$BRANCH\""
echo "\`\`\`"
if [[ $(cat VERSION | grep "release/$MAYOR.$MINOR") != *"release/$MAYOR.$MINOR" ]]; then
echo "FATAL: VERSION branch should be release/$MAYOR.$MINOR"
if [[ $(cat VERSION | grep "$BRANCH") != *"$BRANCH" ]]; then
echo "FATAL: VERSION branch should be $BRANCH"