And based on the postgis 3.3.0 release notes some new version is recomended “If compiled with recently released GEOS 3.11.0 you can take advantage of new functions added and improvements to some existing functions.”
at least the current compiled SFCGAL can be upgraded
libcgal-dev can be removed. ;
and modify the code to : SFCGAL 1.4.1 + CGAL 5.5.2 header only
I can also do the Pull Request …
I don’t think that such an update will benefit us somehow.
Although I acknowledge that this is not the most critical point in the NEON project, which would require high priority or significant developer resources, it is worth mentioning that the postgis, geos, gdal, and proj libraries are developed at a faster pace than the more conservative Debian. Furthermore, if some of the packages are already compiled, having an up-to-date PostGIS ecosystem could be one of the advantages of the NEON project compared to other Debian-based Postgres cloud services.