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Tweaked SpatiaLite GeoDjango docs.

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commit 26e0ba07aef4dcd6c57e1b03f2000c28672985e5 1 parent 3631db8
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18 docs/ref/contrib/gis/install.txt
@@ -60,14 +60,14 @@ The geospatial libraries required for a GeoDjango installation depends
on the spatial database used. The following lists the library requirements,
supported versions, and any notes for each of the supported database backends:
-================== ============================== ================== ==========================================================
+================== ============================== ================== =========================================
Database Library Requirements Supported Versions Notes
-================== ============================== ================== ==========================================================
+================== ============================== ================== =========================================
PostgreSQL GEOS, PROJ.4, PostGIS 8.1+ Requires PostGIS.
MySQL GEOS 5.x Not OGC-compliant; limited functionality.
Oracle GEOS 10.2, 11 XE not supported; not tested with 9.
-SQLite GEOS, GDAL, PROJ.4, SpatiaLite 3.6.+ Requires SpatiaLite 2.3+, pysqlite2 2.5+, and Django 1.1.
-================== ============================== ================== ==========================================================
+SQLite GEOS, GDAL, PROJ.4, SpatiaLite 3.6.+ Requires SpatiaLite 2.3+, pysqlite2 2.5+
+================== ============================== ================== =========================================
.. _geospatial_libs:
@@ -467,8 +467,8 @@ pysqlite2
^^^^^^^^^
Because SpatiaLite must be loaded as an external extension, it requires the
-``enable_load_extension`` method, which is only available in versions 2.5+.
-Thus, download pysqlite2 2.6, and untar::
+``enable_load_extension`` method, which is only available in versions 2.5+ of
+pysqlite2. Thus, download pysqlite2 2.6, and untar::
$ wget http://pysqlite.googlecode.com/files/pysqlite-2.6.0.tar.gz
$ tar xzf pysqlite-2.6.0.tar.gz
@@ -583,7 +583,7 @@ After you've installed SpatiaLite, you'll need to create a number of spatial
metadata tables in your database in order to perform spatial queries.
If you're using SpatiaLite 3.0 or newer, use the ``spatialite`` utility to
-call the ``InitSpatiaMetaData()`` function, like this::
+call the ``InitSpatialMetaData()`` function, like this::
$ spatialite geodjango.db "SELECT InitSpatialMetaData();"
the SPATIAL_REF_SYS table already contains some row(s)
@@ -643,10 +643,6 @@ Invoke the Django shell from your project and execute the
>>> from django.contrib.gis.utils import add_srs_entry
>>> add_srs_entry(900913)
-.. note::
-
- In Django 1.1 the name of this function is ``add_postgis_srs``.
-
This adds an entry for the 900913 SRID to the ``spatial_ref_sys`` (or equivalent)
table, making it possible for the spatial database to transform coordinates in
this projection. You only need to execute this command *once* per spatial database.
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3  docs/ref/contrib/gis/testing.txt
@@ -121,7 +121,8 @@ Settings
Only relevant when using a SpatiaLite version older than 3.0.
-By default, the GeoDjango test runner looks for the SpatiaLite SQL in the
+By default, the GeoDjango test runner looks for the :ref:`file containing the
+SpatiaLite dababase-initialization SQL code <create_spatialite_db>` in the
same directory where it was invoked (by default the same directory where
``manage.py`` is located). To use a different location, add the following to
your settings::
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