[Proj] SPCS NC (3200) -> Lat Long Conversion Problem w/ Program

Gerald Evenden gerald.evenden at verizon.net
Mon May 2 15:36:16 EDT 2005

Well something seems gummed up in your copy.  The lproj example in my
response is just a binder for command line usage of pj_init, pj_fwd and 
Older proj4 should work the same as libproj4 at this level.

On May 2, 2005, at 1:54 PM, Kevin S Lim wrote:

> Gerald,
> Thanks for the tips.  I will consider libproj4 in the future.
> Of interest to the group, I modified my code to use the "pj_inv" 
> function instead of "pj_transform" and guess what... the same 
> (incorrect) output (posted in original message) is returned by 
> "pj_inv".
> Any other list members encounter similar problems/issues using proj4?
> Cheers,
> -- Kevin 
> ====================================
> Gerald Evenden wrote:
> *snip*
> Entry pj_inv may still be left in the material you have and if it is, 
> I suggest you check it out.
> As an editorial comment to the general audience, this is why I believe 
> in the separation of operations.  Kitchen sink procedures cloud the 
> issue for those seeking solution to simple processes.  Let different 
> functions do projection, datum shifts, XYZ transforms, etc.  Just make 
> it easy to assemble the set of building blocks needed.
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