[fdo-users] Postgis/OGR providers on Ubuntu?
j.cook at OXFORDARCH.CO.UK
Wed Aug 15 09:54:59 EDT 2007
That's a real shame. I would be more than happy to help with porting
providers. My expertise is pretty minimal but I can spare the time to learn
and help out in any way possible. I think this is really worthwhile doing
because otherwise the linux version of mapguide is pretty limited in
comparison to the windows version.
Is there anyone else I could contact regarding working on the port?
Mateusz Loskot wrote:
> Jo Cook wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I would like to add the OGR and Postgis providers to my Ubuntu install of
>> Mapguide Open Source and would appreciate it if someone could give me a
>> little help with it.
> There hasn't been any attempt to port PostGIS provider to Linux yet.
> That means the provider has never built with GCC on Linux,
> but only using Visual C++ 2005 on Windows.
> Recently, I've been too busy to start it, but if there is anyone
> willing to help, I'd appreciate it.
>> I have tried to install the ogr provider from svn, but
>> this failed at the beginning of the configure stage with the message
>> stdafx.h:3:17: error: Fdo.h: No such file or directory
>> followed by line upon line of error. I can post a log file of this if
>> would be handy. Because the readme file with the source said that it
>> gdal 1.4, and it wanted it somewhere accessible, I compiled and installed
>> gdal1.4.0 from source, which installed itself in /usr/local/share/gdal.
>> fdo installation (installed as part of the mapguide installation) is in
> Yes, there are more similar issues possible because of lack of proper
> configuration of the project for Linux platform.
>> When I look at the postgis provider in svn, I can't even tell how I would
>> about installing it!
> I'm afraid it's not possible yet.
> Mateusz Loskot
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