Haskell bindings for the Proj.4 map projection C library.

You need to have Proj.4 already installed as a shared library.

Example transformations (from http://www.mysqludf.org/lib_mysqludf_fPROJ4/):

```
import Geo.Proj4
lon0 = 22.350 * pi / 180 -- Test longitude in radians.
lat0 = 40.084 * pi / 180 -- Test latitude in radians.
alt0 = 2843 -- Test altitude in meters.
-- | Test projection:
pj = newProjection "+proj=utm +zone=34"
-- | Another test (null, e.g. cylindrical) projction:
pj0 = newProjection "+proj=latlong +ellps=clrk66"
-- | A projection of our test longitude & latitude, using @pj:
(x, y) = pjFwd pj (lon0, lat0)
-- | An inverse projection from (x, y) to (longitude, latitude):
(lon, lat) = pjInv pj (x, y)
-- | Convert our test position from one projection to another (pj0 -> pj):
(x2, y2, z2) = pjTransformPt pj0 pj (lon0, lat0, alt0)
main :: IO ()
main = do
putStrLn $ "(x, y): " ++ (show (x, y))
putStrLn $ "(lon, lat): " ++ (show (lon * 180 / pi, lat * 180 / pi))
putStrLn $ "(x, y, z): " ++ (show $ (x2, y2, z2))
return ()
```

You should see the following when you compile and run the above:

```
(x, y): (615096.1096381239,4437953.6592040695)
(lon, lat): (22.350000000000662,40.083999999999584)
(x, y, z): (615096.1096381239,4437953.6592040695,2843.0)
```