Le blog de Mathieu Leplatre
This blog is powered by Pelican, and until recently I have rendered the HTML pages
on my local machine and published them on a personal server via SSH.
Most of the time, I used to forget pushing the raw files on Github. Therefore automatizing
the publishing process based on commits looked like a good idea :)
The strategy is :
I thought it would be an easy one, but found myself lost with 34 opened tabs
The problem : keep it ordered
Usually, obtaining a QuerySet from a list is quite simple :
In our recent Django projects, we had to create documents (Libre/OpenOffice, Microsoft Office, PDF...),
and therefore created two components :
Deploying stuff in one command is becoming the Holy Grail of development,
with currently ten times more blog articles than Medieval crusades :)
I could not miss the opportunity to write mine !
A brief article to introduce backbone-daybed, a few
helpers to render Web forms for Daybed models.
This article gives a few basics to get started with using the PostGIS topology extension.
We will take avandtage of topologies to clean-up a real topological road network, coming from Toulouse OpenData files.
Subtivals was used successfully in movie festivals in Cyprus, and that
makes us happy ! And we regularly receive demands for Subtivals installers
accross the globe ! The great unicode support of Subtivals (provided natively by Qt)
makes it a great tool for movie subtitling on the international scene !
This article gives a few SQL commands to drape 2D geometries on a DEM (Digital Elevation Model), in order to obtain 3D geometries.
We use PostGIS 2, and its rasters support especially.
Load your DEM
Assuming you have a DEM compatible with GDAL, you can easily load the raster into the database using these commands.