AW: [Qgis-developer] SpatiaLite data provider
marco.hugentobler at karto.baug.ethz.ch
Fri Mar 6 01:49:52 EST 2009
Glad to hear you made good progress. The PSC decided to give you svn write access so Gary will give you the details (login/pw) soon (if not already done).
However, we should discuss the minimum version issues of sqlite3 and proj before you proceed with committing. Would it be an option to add a cmake test for the sqlite version that is available, create a cmake variable and build the sqlite provider if it is set? You would need to consider that in providers/CMakeLists.txt and probably in the opening dialog.
>b) my Ubuntu 8.04.1 ships on /usr/lib and /usr/include
> an unbelievably obsolescent libsqlite3.so
>c) QGis ships an internal sqlite3, but this too is
> too old to be useful.
Von: qgis-developer-bounces at lists.osgeo.org im Auftrag von Alessandro Furieri
Gesendet: Do 05.03.2009 21:23
An: Gary Sherman
Cc: qgis-developer at lists.osgeo.org
Betreff: Re: [Qgis-developer] SpatiaLite data provider
I've completed the integration of my SpatiaLite
data provider in QGis 1.1 [SVN rev.10264]
I've done a quite extensive testing; anything seems
to be reasonably stable.
If you wish to review the patches I've applied you
can find all the sources at:
[please note: the latest version for QGis 1.1 is at
the bottom of the page]
You'll find some useful explanation at:
I noticed there is some annoying issue in the CMake
build system (at least, I wasn't able to find an
elegant and robust solution ...)
The question arises from libsqlite3.so and
a) SpatiaLite absolutely needs a recent version
supporting the R*Tree spatial index (v.3.6.0
or later; current SQLite is v.3.6.11)
b) my Ubuntu 8.04.1 ships on /usr/lib and /usr/include
an unbelievably obsolescent libsqlite3.so
c) QGis ships an internal sqlite3, but this too is
too old to be useful.
I found some problem with PROJ.4 as well (SpatiaLite
uses the latest v.4.6.1), but this one doesn't seems
to be a critical issue, because the proj APIs are
Any suggestion about this will be strongly appreciate.
Gary Sherman ha scritto:
> On Feb 26, 2009, at 5:51 AM, a.furieri at lqt.it wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm the developer of SpatiaLite, a lightweighted
>> spatial DBMS based on SQLite.
>> Can you kindky enable me to access the SVN,
>> so that I can contribute the SpatiaLite
>> data provider for QGis I've already developed ?
>> thanks very much,
>> Sandro Furieri
>> Qgis-developer mailing list
>> Qgis-developer at lists.osgeo.org
> Can you provide a patch against the current trunk so the provider can
> be reviewed?
> Gary Sherman
> Chair, QGIS Project Steering Committee
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