## pgLatLon

### changeset 65:ce0963692318

Updated version in README.mkd; Clarification in documentation regarding @> where alias for &&

author | jbe |
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date | Tue Feb 11 02:18:16 2020 +0100 (7 weeks ago) |

parents | da23ebd9fd4c |

children | 55fab13f2f72 |

files | README.html README.mkd |

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1.1 --- a/README.html Tue Feb 11 02:13:28 2020 +0100 1.2 +++ b/README.html Tue Feb 11 02:18:16 2020 +0100 1.3 @@ -327,9 +327,9 @@ 1.4 1.5 <p>Whether the perimeter of an object is taken into account is undefined and may 1.6 differ between the left and the right hand side of the operator. The current 1.7 -implementation returns true only if an object is contained completely within 1.8 -the other object, not touching its perimeter, paths, outlines, or any singular 1.9 -points.</p> 1.10 +implementation (where not an alias for <code>&&</code>) returns true only if an object is 1.11 +contained completely within the other object, not touching its perimeter, 1.12 +paths, outlines, or any singular points.</p> 1.13 1.14 <h4>Distance operator <code><-></code></h4> 1.15

2.1 --- a/README.mkd Tue Feb 11 02:13:28 2020 +0100 2.2 +++ b/README.mkd Tue Feb 11 02:18:16 2020 +0100 2.3 @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@ 2.4 -pgLatLon v0.13 documentation 2.5 -=========================== 2.6 +pgLatLon v0.14 documentation 2.7 +============================ 2.8 2.9 pgLatLon is a spatial database extension for the PostgreSQL object-relational 2.10 database management system providing geographic data types and spatial indexing 2.11 @@ -312,9 +312,9 @@ 2.12 2.13 Whether the perimeter of an object is taken into account is undefined and may 2.14 differ between the left and the right hand side of the operator. The current 2.15 -implementation returns true only if an object is contained completely within 2.16 -the other object, not touching its perimeter, paths, outlines, or any singular 2.17 -points. 2.18 +implementation (where not an alias for `&&`) returns true only if an object is 2.19 +contained completely within the other object, not touching its perimeter, 2.20 +paths, outlines, or any singular points. 2.21 2.22 #### Distance operator `<->` 2.23