[Bug 258312] databases/postgis30: Update to 3.0.4

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Date: Mon, 06 Sep 2021 11:12:34 UTC

            Bug ID: 258312
           Summary: databases/postgis30: Update to 3.0.4
           Product: Ports & Packages
           Version: Latest
          Hardware: Any
                OS: Any
            Status: New
          Severity: Affects Many People
          Priority: ---
         Component: Individual Port(s)
          Assignee: lbartoletti@FreeBSD.org
          Reporter: darcy@dbitech.ca
             Flags: maintainer-feedback?(lbartoletti@FreeBSD.org)
          Assignee: lbartoletti@FreeBSD.org

Postgis 3.0 has the latest release including a number of bug fixes. 


PostGIS 3.0.4

  - #4941, Fix loose mbr in topology.face on update (Sandro Santilli)
  - #4871, TopoGeometry::geometry cast returns NULL for empty
           TopoGeometry objects (Sandro Santilli)
  - #4817, Handle complex compound coordinate systems (Paul Ramsey)
  - Support newer proj versions that have deprecated pj_get_release (Paul
  - #4835, Adjust geodetic tolerance for calculations (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4853, DBSCAN cluster not formed when recordset length equal to minPoints
(Dan Baston)
  - #4844, Repair axis order handling for polar coordinate systems (Paul
  - #4863, Update bboxes after scale/affine coordinate changes (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4918, Fix rare crash in st_minpossiblevalue() (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4949, Swapped coordinates for N/E planar systems (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4326, Fix CircularPolygon area calculation (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4917, Fix crasher with '-' regclass (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4919, Rare crash in selectivity calculation (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4926, Preserve SRID on unions of empty geometry (Paul Ramsey)
  - #4740, Round values in geography_distance_tree
           as we do on geography_distance (Raúl Marín, Paul Ramsey, Regina Obe)
  - #4968, Update autogen.sh to handle autoconf 2.71 issues (Raúl Marín, Regina
  - #4916, #4770, #4724, #4916, Crashes in aggregate functions (Paul Ramsey)

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