pyshapelib branch

Bram de Greve bram.degreve at
Thu Mar 15 23:33:31 CET 2007

On 3/15/07, Bram de Greve <bram.degreve at> wrote:
> No, not yet ;)  But I've hacked the for a second and it seems to
> work just fine ...
I've just committed a new to the branch that includes some of the
XYZM magic. As M value None is also accepted as no-data value (the
default).  ESRI defines any M value smaller than 1e-38 as no-data.  This is
only on the input side, not on the output because the original shapelib
doesn't seem to be no-data aware.  None is thus stored as a zero.

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