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Geodetic functions library GeoDLL 32 Bit and 64 Bit
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k***@killetsoft.de
2017-07-12 09:43:36 UTC
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Hi developers,

who develops programs with geodetic functionality like coordinate transformations, datum shifts or distance calculations, can use geodetic functions from my GeoDLL. The Dynamic Link Library can easily be used with most of the modern programming languages like C, C++, C#, Basic, Delphi, Pascal, Java, Fortran, Visual-Objects, MS-Office and others to add geodetic functionality to own applications. For many programming languages ​Interfaces and Examples are available.

GeoDLL allows developers to embed thousands of preadjusted, precise coordinate transformations and geodetic datum shifts into their individual geoinformatics software. GeoDLL contains many geomatics tools for GIS development, such as creating Helmert and Molodensky parameters, NTv2 and HARN grid shifts, INSPIRE and EPSG support, digital elevation models, distance and time zone calculations and the ability to use custom best fit transformation parameters.

The DLL is very fast, save and compact thanks to the consistent development in C++ with Microsoft Visual Studio. The geodetic functions are available in 32bit and 64bit architecture. All functions are prepared for multithreading and server operating.

You find a free downloadable test version on http://www.killetsoft.de/p_gdla_e.htm
Notes about the NTv2 support can be found here: http://www.killetsoft.de/p_gdln_e.htm
Report on the quality of the coordinate transformations: http://www.killetsoft.de/t_1705_e.htm

Fred
Email: info_at_killetsoft.de
Reinhardt Behm
2017-07-12 09:51:30 UTC
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Post by k***@killetsoft.de
Hi developers,
who develops programs with geodetic functionality like coordinate
transformations, datum shifts or distance calculations, can use geodetic
functions from my GeoDLL. The Dynamic Link Library can easily be used with
most of the modern programming languages like C, C++, C#, Basic, Delphi,
Pascal, Java, Fortran, Visual-Objects, MS-Office and others to add
geodetic functionality to own applications. For many programming languages
​Interfaces and Examples are available.
GeoDLL allows developers to embed thousands of preadjusted, precise
coordinate transformations and geodetic datum shifts into their individual
geoinformatics software. GeoDLL contains many geomatics tools for GIS
development, such as creating Helmert and Molodensky parameters, NTv2 and
HARN grid shifts, INSPIRE and EPSG support, digital elevation models,
distance and time zone calculations and the ability to use custom best fit
transformation parameters.
The DLL is very fast, save and compact thanks to the consistent
development in C++ with Microsoft Visual Studio. The geodetic functions
are available in 32bit and 64bit architecture. All functions are prepared
for multithreading and server operating.
You find a free downloadable test version on
http://www.killetsoft.de/p_gdla_e.htm Notes about the NTv2 support can be
found here: http://www.killetsoft.de/p_gdln_e.htm Report on the quality of
the coordinate transformations: http://www.killetsoft.de/t_1705_e.htm
Fred
Email: info_at_killetsoft.de
Works on anything else but Windows?
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Reinhardt
"Fred Killet <\"info" <"nospam>\""@killetsoft.de>
2017-07-12 15:55:40 UTC
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Post by Reinhardt Behm
Works on anything else but Windows?
Hi Reinhardt,
the DLL itself works only on WINDOWS from WIN95 upto WIN10. If you use
the sorce you can compile it to several platforms. Only some small
changes are necessary in the source code.
Fred


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Bill Carson
2017-07-14 20:21:47 UTC
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Post by "Fred Killet <\"info" <"nospam>\""@killetsoft.de>
Hi Reinhardt,
the DLL itself works only on WINDOWS from WIN95 upto WIN10. If you use
the sorce you can compile it to several platforms. Only some small
changes are necessary in the source code.
Fred
So the library does not adhere to any posix standards?
Which parts exactly are making this library non-portable?

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