[Gdal-dev] What's necessary to use GDAL/OGR Libery!
rogerjames99 at btinternet.com
Mon Jul 14 11:39:50 EDT 2003
I have found nmake -f makefile.vc devinstall works better than just
"install". If you have built with vc this also copies the header files
into the include directory.
You may also have to change the
line in makefile.vc to
to stop some complaints.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gdal-dev-admin at remotesensing.org [mailto:gdal-dev-
> admin at remotesensing.org] On Behalf Of Frank Warmerdam
> Sent: 14 July 2003 15:14
> To: gdal-dev at remotesensing.org
> Subject: Re: [Gdal-dev] What's necessary to use GDAL/OGR Libery!
> Markus Reichert wrote:
> > But now, I ask myself, which of all the libs, dlls and
> > header files I really need to build a program that is
> > using GDAL/OGR functionality and how to build them in
> > one dirctory so I can use them easily in another
> > Visual Studio project (best without using a
> > makefile)??
> > In the online documentation I have not found
> > information about such "simple" problems - sorry!
> In order to build projects that build and link against GDAL/OGR it is
> generally easiest to "install" GDAL. This will copy the required
> files, DLLs and so forth into a seperate set of directories. To
> this modify the following variables in the gdal\nmake.opt file to your
> liking ... the defaults are really just what I do on my machine and
> that great for general use:
> BINDIR = D:\bin
> PY_INST_DIR = D:\bin\pymod
> LIBDIR = D:\bin\lib
> INCDIR = D:\bin\include
> DATADIR = D:\bin\data
> Now when building a project your should include the INCDIR in your
> path, the LIBDIR in your libpath, and BINDIR in your path. All the
> files you need should be installed intot he INCDIR directory for
> The only library you should need to link against is gdal_i.lib, the
> library for gdal11.dll. Depending on your build options there may be
> lots of other DLLs also required, but you will need to track that
> For instance the DLLs for ECW, Oracle, OGDI, etc.
> I hope this helps. I have updated the GDAL building page in CVS to
> some of this information.
> Best regards,
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