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Could we have a 'Code library'?

I have long been a champion of code sharing, and also of keeping math specific algorithms out of a gis per se. But is there a searchable area we can have to out up a load of library functions e.g. a point in polygon search, or find perpendicular point on line, etc. I mean functions specific to GI operations. I genuinely enjoy the site, and like to encourage sharing in our communtity, but people are 'googling' for code samples first, and maybe it would be a good diea to have a repository here, that people can use?

I think it would be an excellent way to make this a more popular resource on the internet

  • I think this is a great question and is well framed. However, it has already been asked in exactly the same form, and gathered a lot of responses, so let's please continue the conversation in the existing thread. – whuber Dec 13 '11 at 22:35
  • Whuber, can you send me a link to that conversation please? – Hairy Dec 14 '11 at 7:23
  • It has been provided automatically in the "Possible Duplicate" message at the top of your question, Hairy. You can enter that conversation by providing a reply (which would be great to see) and/or by writing comments to the question and replies already there. – whuber Dec 14 '11 at 15:35
  • @whuber - thanks! – Hairy Dec 15 '11 at 7:37

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