[Gdal-dev] Link errors with Ilwis in MS dotnet SDK
jacob.delfos at maunsell.com
Thu Apr 14 21:39:16 EDT 2005
- Microsoft .NET SDK (which contains the core items such as nmake)
- Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows XP SP2
- microsoft Server 2003 PSDK
- Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003
I know it seems weird, just that neither one of these SDK's contains all
utilities/files required to compile. It's a nightmare of missing/conflicting
.h, .obj, .exe and .lib files. Took me many days to sort out. I don't blame
you if you wouldn't want to tune gdal to it.
I did a clean compile (using the original package files), but Ilwis still
wouldn't work. But without Ilwis, gdal compiles and links completely (after
making the python dir a non-existing one). The executables in "apps" work
fine with the new gdal12.dll. But php_mapscript (versions 42 and 44) doesn't
like the dll. Although when I compiled gdal125, php_mapscript worked fine
with it. Has anything changed? Can gdal normally be compiled independently
I did try it with Cygwin once (no errors), but I didn't get a DLL file
(executables seems to have all functionality package in it).
From: Frank Warmerdam [mailto:fwarmerdam at gmail.com]
Sent: 14 April 2005 21:19
To: Delfos, Jacob
Cc: gdal-dev at xserve.flids.com
Subject: Re: [Gdal-dev] Link errors with Ilwis in MS dotnet SDK
On 4/13/05, Delfos, Jacob <jacob.delfos at maunsell.com> wrote:
> yeah, that's what I did. But like I said, my DLL is now misbehaving a bit.
> was just wondering whether it had to do with me removing it, since I am
> sure what it is.
My guess would be that you didn't do a "nmake /f makefile.vc clean"
or that if you did, it didn't work properly. If ilwis is removed from the
in frmts/makefile.vc, it should be completely dropped and there should
be no negative effects from this.
What version of VS.Net are you using? It seems that newer versions
have diverged substantially from VS.Net 2002 which I have, and that
compatibility problems that are hard for me to deal with are coming
up with newer versions.
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