v.centerpoint: category values in ascii output should include original cat values
|Reported by:||mlennert||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||v.centerpoint ascii output||Cc:|
When using v.centerpoint to print the centerpoint coordinates to stdout, cat values represent the type of point (7 = mean of area, 8 = median of area, etc). I would find it more useful if in the ascii output the cat value would be that of the original feature (just as normally foreseen for vector output of v.centerpoint) and that the centroid type was an additional column.