Postgis hosts its code at http://svn.osgeo.org/postgis/trunk.

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Name Status Last Modified Last Commit
lp:postgis
Series: trunk
1 Development 2017-10-17 20:37:34 UTC 3 hours ago
11790. Allow ./configure to set debug flag o...

Author: pramsey
Revision Date: 2017-10-17 20:37:34 UTC

Allow ./configure to set debug flag on module build
that is otherwise over-ridden by pgxs hack
References #3604

lp:~sharpie/postgis/nightly 0 Experimental 2012-06-03 18:11:38 UTC 2012-06-03
19. * Reconfigure to support nightly buil...

Author: Charlie Sharpsteen
Revision Date: 2012-06-01 18:24:42 UTC

* Reconfigure to support nightly builds of the PostGIS trunk.
* Add dependencies on autotools.
* Rename the `postgresql-9.1-postgis2` package to `postgresql-9.1-postgis-nightly`.

lp:~sharpie/postgis/2.0 1 Development 2012-06-01 05:14:48 UTC 2012-06-01
18. * Removed Java build. I don't use it ...

Author: Charlie Sharpsteen
Revision Date: 2012-06-01 05:14:01 UTC

* Removed Java build. I don't use it and it drags in about a half a gig of
  dependencies which slows the development cycle down.
* Removed build of HTML docs. These are available online and building also
  drags in a lot of dependencies.
* Refactored into two packages. The first, postgresql-9.1-postgis2, contains
  the Postgres extension libraries, extension modules and contrib SQL
  scripts. The second package, postgis-bin, contains the command line tools
  and liblwgeom---these are installed to `/usr` rather than the Postgres
  prefix. It should be safe to use postgresql-9.1-postgis2 alongside
  postgresql-9.1-postgis while postgis-bin may conflict. However, the
  packages place tools in different prefixes so there won't be any direct
  overwrites.
* Some Perl scripts may have gotten lost in the shuffle. These can be added
  back later if anyone really wants them.

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