Mac OS X binaries update
woklist at CHARTER.NET
Mon Jun 6 13:04:38 EDT 2005
Oops! bad dependency checking logic in the installers. It's fixed now.
On Jun 5, 2005, at 6:58 PM, Mike Davis wrote:
> As I am installing the new versions of your binaries I am running into
> a snag. (OSX 10.4.1 upgrade installation)
> The PHP 4.3.11-3 installer gives an error "You cannot continue.=20
> There is nothing to install." when clicking the final install button.
> Additionally the mapserver installer quits with an error saying it
> requires GISlibs 1.3 or newer. This is after successfully running the
> GISlibs installer.
> All of these are being installed over a previous installation of your
> binaries. If I need to uninstall those first, could you give me hand
> finding all the pieces to delete.
> Thanks in advance
> On 6/4/05, William K <woklist at charter.net> wrote:
>> Just one version change (Postgres). Here is a summary:
>> - Minimum Mac OS 10.3.9 (Tiger compatible, tho the old installers
>> worked on Tiger).
>> - MapServer v4.4.2, for PHP as Apache DSO, and CGI. Now has Postgres
>> linked static, so if you never use Postgres you don't need to install
>> it just to get libpq. (This is how MySQL has always worked, since
>> the official binaries only include static libraries.)
>> - PHP 4.3.11 as Apache DSO. Now has Postgres linked static.
>> - PostgrteSQL 8.0.3 + PostGIS 1.0.1. (new version)
>> - GIS Libs. OGR now has Postgres linked static. Dropped MrSID due
>> to lack of GCC 4 support.
>> - Graphics Libs. Removed libz 1.2.2 as it is included (finally) in
>> Tiger. Tho on 10.3.9 it will now use the older 1.1.3.
>> - all built with GCC 4 (Tiger)
>> - all installers now have dependency checking, so you don't forget
>> Feedback welcome. enjoy.
>> I haven't had a chance to look at any of the MS 4.6 betas yet.
>> Unless the final release comes out first, I'll see about an installer
>> for the beta 4.6. There will certainly be a 4.6 installer when it's
>> final, and I'll try to do it before the OSG conference.
>> PS. oh yeah - new domain name!
>> William Kyngesburye <kyngchaos at kyngchaos.com>
>> All generalizations are dangerous, even this one.
William Kyngesburye <kyngchaos at kyngchaos.com>
All generalizations are dangerous, even this one.
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