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    Lance Shipman

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    Default File Geodatabase API 1.2 now available

    The File Geodatabase API 1.2 is now available for download from the resource center. (http://resources.arcgis.com/content/...0/file-gdb-api)

    What’s new at 1.2:

    * Support for Intel-based Mac. The minimum supported OS is Snow Leopard 10.6. The supported compiler is gcc 4.2.1.
    * Macros for error values allowing for more readable code. (NIM077630)
    * HRESULT IFDEFs have been updated to define if they are not set. (NIM071619)
    * File Geodatabase API function parameters are const ref's where possible. (NIM071620)
    * Coordinate systems supported updated to match ArcGIS 10.1. (NIM078034)
    * Structure definitions for curves (CircularArcCurve, BezierCurve, EllipticArcCurve).

    Fixed Issues:

    NIM071538 The spatial index is not used in a spatial search.
    NIM072876 Dates are not correctly read or assigned when using the File Geodatabase API .NET wrapper.
    NIM074135 You cannot assign a domain to a table created with the API.
    NIM077629 Correct the Bezier curve buffer documentation in the extended_shapefile_format.pdf, the stated size is wrong.
    NIM075930 DeleteGeodatabase crashes intermittently.
    NIM076353 Row.SetGUID fails to set a value with the .NET wrapper.
    NIM077138 Table extents truncated, breaking spatial indexes.
    NIM078028 Fix the Mutlipatch Shapebuffer helper function.
    Lance Shipman
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    Kyle Shannon
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    Default Re: File Geodatabase API 1.2 now available

    Any reason why the name of the library was changed from:
    Code:
    libfgdblinuxrtl.so
    to
    Code:
    libfgdbunixrtl.so
    ? Just curious, it messed with my builds.

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    Lance Shipman

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    Default Re: File Geodatabase API 1.2 now available

    We renamed it to make it more generic. It didn't make sense to keep 'linux' in the name now that we have a Mac release.

    Since Linux and Mac are both 'Unix'-based or Unix-like under the hood, we thought libfgdbunixrtl.so made sense.
    Lance Shipman
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    adam estrada
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    Default Re: File Geodatabase API 1.2 now available

    I cannot get GDAL to build anymore with this library. http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/ticket/4588

    Any thoughts on what I might be doing wrong on my 64bit CENTOS box? Suggestions on getting it to work?

    Adam

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    Default Re: File Geodatabase API 1.2 now available

    Any chance that you could create a single download for all platforms for the next release?

    In that download there would be one set of headers that would work for all platforms. The different dll/so libraries or build scripts would be in appropriate sub folders based on platform and architecture.

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    Default Re: File Geodatabase API 1.2 now available

    Also is there any chance that there could be a Windows version of the library that can be linked to using GCC rather than Visual Studio?

    Thanks,
    Paul

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    Lance Shipman

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    Default Re: File Geodatabase API 1.2 now available

    You should add these requests to the ESRI ideas site. http://ideas.arcgis.com
    Lance Shipman
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