GeoCouch didn't write the current tree height into the header, hence it couldn't be restored after a restart. This means that after a restart of GeoCouch a tree was created from scratch containing only the documents that were inserted after the restart. A backwards incompatible change to the on disk format was needed, therefore all spatial indexes need to be rebuild after upgrading to this version. A Futon test is included. This commit fixes GC-1.
…info and _spatial_cleanup.
…ader and use it for the creation of spatial group signatures.
…med to "bbox" to be more consistent.
…sn't always right.
…monJS modules in spatial functions wasn't supported officially anyway).
… QueryConfig (as with v1.0.x)
…D in a tuple). Fixed a bug with multi bbox lookups (this is an internal function).