Now I look in the terminal, and I see this text looping for ever:

src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 440: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
theDestRow = 602
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 459: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms] x
= 514940 y = 6.83887e+6
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 441: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
theDestRow = 602 mDestExtent.yMaximum() = 52.4154 mDestYRes = 3.60873e-5
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 470: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
mSrcExtent.yMinimum() = 6.83526e+6 mSrcExtent.yMaximum() = 6.8428e+6
mSrcYRes = 6.17316
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 450: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms] x
= 4.66475 y = 52.3936
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 471: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
theSrcRow = 636 srcCol = 120
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 459: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms] x
= 519278 y = 6.83772e+6
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 440: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
theDestRow = 477
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 470: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
mSrcExtent.yMinimum() = 6.83566e+6 mSrcExtent.yMaximum() = 6.84168e+6
mSrcYRes = 4.92686
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 471: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
theSrcRow = 803 srcCol = 924
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 441: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
theDestRow = 477 mDestExtent.yMaximum() = 52.4216 mDestYRes = 4.52139e-5
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 440: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms]
theDestRow = 602
src/core/raster/qgsrasterprojector.cpp: 450: (preciseSrcRowCol) [0ms] x
= 4.62583 y = 52.4


On 07-03-18 21:13, Richard Duivenvoorde wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Having a geocoder plugins, in 2.18 (still proj4), I can geocode my home
> address, and reproject the epsg:28992 coordinate fine to epsg:3857.
> 
> But since last week Debian has proj5, and the same plugin (in QGIS
> master) now is off by 500 meter.
> 
> To reproduce: if you have a QGIS 2.18 with proj4, and the
> 'pdokservicesplugin' geocode the zip+number: '2022zj 23' in for example
> the osm xyz layer.
> Now do the same in QGIS master with proj5 and you'll see it is not going
> to the right/same position.
> 
> Another observation: IN 2.18 I can 'reproject' the OSM layer to for
> example epsg:4326, and still see (little distorted) map.
> But in QGIS3/proj5 I do not see a map anymore.
> 
> Anybody else seeing this?
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Richard Duivenvoorde
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