[gdal-dev] GDALFillNodata link error
yilmaz.arslanoglu at gmail.com
Wed Nov 25 04:31:14 EST 2009
Thank you very much for the answers, Frank.
Defining CPL_OPTIONAL_APIS did actually
exactly what I want, thanks again...
On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 7:05 PM, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com> wrote:
> Yilmaz Arslanoglu wrote:
>> Hi all;
>> In version 1.6.2 and 1.6.3, the usage of the function
>> "GDALFillNodata" gives a linker error, since "rasterfill.obj" is not
>> listed under OBJ
>> in "Makefile.vc" under "gdal\alg". However, it is listed in the
>> current development version ( 1.7 )
>> Does this mean that the function GDALFillNodata is not intended to be
>> used before 1.7 ?
> The fill nodata support was not really fully finished in 1.6, and it
> seems it was accidentally omitted from the windows makefile. I see it
> is in the unix GNUmakefile. You can try it from 1.6, but you are better
> off doing it in the 1.7/trunk tree if you want something dependable.
>> As another question, is there a way to access somehow the iso8211
>> functionality ( DDFModule etc. )
>> via gdal library, or do we need to compile it as a seperate dll ? I
>> tried to build the makefile under
>> "gdal\frmts\iso8211" with "iso8211.dll" option, but it gives linker
>> errors with this option as follows:
> There are a bunch of library interfaces that are considered to be internal
> to GDAL and these are generally declared with CPL_ODLL instead of CPL_DLL.
> If you add:
> #define CPL_OPTIONAL_APIS 1
> in gdal/port/cpl_config.h or somewhere else appropriate it should cause
> these interfaces to be exported from the GDAL DLL instead of being hidden
> as they are by default. I have confirmed this includes the iso8211
> It would appear the local makefile targets for building a DLL are out of
> date and would need some TLC to build standalone.
> Best regards,
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