[Gdal-dev] Pre-packaged GDAL Binaries

Howard Butler hobu at iastate.edu
Tue Apr 6 15:07:05 EDT 2004

To uninstall, go to your control panel, and there should be a Python-GDAL 
distutils entry there.  Just click uninstall and you should be done.

And no, now that I think of it, I'm probably not supposed to redestribute 
oci.dll.  Can you just delete it from your install ;)  No, really, I'll 
build up a new one w/o oci when I get a chance.

At 01:30 PM 4/6/2004, you wrote:
>Howard Butler wrote:
>>I have a Python 2.3 Windows build of GDAL that installs using distutils 
>>available.  It is located at 
>>http://hobu.stat.iastate.edu/gdal-1.1.9win32.exe  Care was taken to make 
>>sure that the GDAL_DATA environment variable is set on import and it 
>>includes support for Oracle Spatial, ECW, netcdf, GML, and PostGIS
>Cool, I had a vague recollection of this.  I have tried it out on my
>laptop and sure enough - it seems to work!  I am quite impressed with the
>inclusion of OCI (are you really permitted to redistribute oci.dll?) and
>PostGIS support. I have never got the PostGIS client libraries to work
>properly on Win32 though obviously lots of other people have had no problem.
>So, umm, now how do I uninstall this package so I can be sure I am getting
>my current development stuff when in "import gdal" in Python?
>Best regards,
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