Bug #1261

land shading over the pole

Added by James almost 2 years ago. Updated almost 2 years ago.

Status:In ProgressStart date:2018-07-24
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:-% Done:


Target version:-
Affected version:6.x-svn Platform:


using coast with an equidistant projection that includes the south pole the -G shading fills the whole map
examples attached in both v6.0svn and v5.2.4 - where it works as expected

nz-v6.sh Magnifier (467 Bytes) James, 2018-07-25 03:12

nz-v6.png - output using v6 (271 KB) James, 2018-07-25 03:12

nz-v5.4.2.png - expected output (188 KB) James, 2018-07-25 03:12

nz.v5.4.2,sh (447 Bytes) James, 2018-07-25 03:12

nz-apts.dat - data file (2.6 KB) James, 2018-07-25 03:12

nz-routes.dat - data file (7.11 KB) James, 2018-07-25 03:12

nz-v6.png - output using v6.0 without using -S (223 KB) James, 2018-07-25 03:15


#1 Updated by James almost 2 years ago

the first nz-v6.png I uploaded had had a -Swhite option to pscoast which didn't work either

#2 Updated by Paul almost 2 years ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress

I have had some time to check what is happening. Your GMT5 classic and GMT 6 modern mode examples are not exactly the same. In modern mode, if you dont give -D it will automatically determine the best resolution. This turns out to be -Dc. In classic it defaults to -Dl instead. If you try your pscoast command in 5.4.2 with -Dc it will fail too. I will see if we are able to fix that bug but you can avoid it by using -Dl.

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