[gdal-dev] How to compile gdal 1.9.1 from GDAL'S SVN ?
Paul Meems (Top-X)
p.meems at topx-group.nl
Fri Jul 13 05:17:10 PDT 2012
We use makegdal_gen.bat to create the Vis. Studio project and solution
We still need to make the required changes in the nmake.opt file but we
don't need to use the command line window.
It's just a matter of preferences what to use. Both options will result in
2012/7/13 Saâd HESSANE <saad.hessane at gmail.com>
> To build GDAL it's easy. Visual Studio have to be installed in the system.
> You download the source code. The easiest way to do that is to download it
> from http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/wiki/DownloadSource. (Or if you have SVN
> you can just do a checkout from https://svn.osgeo.org/gdal/trunk/gdal. If
> you don't know what I'm talking about forget that last part :D).
> After that you open Visual Studio Command Line (Start Menu -> All programs
> -> Microsoft Visual Studio -> Visual Studio Tools -> Visual Studio Command
> line ).
> You go to the gdal source folder "cd GDAL_PATH" with GDAL_PATH is the path
> of your gdal folder.
> And you do "nmake -f makefile.vc".
> This is the easiest way. You can open the nmake.opt file before building
> gdal to enable/disable some fonctionality, or to build 64-bit version.
> I'm never build QGIS from source, I can't help you on that sorry.
> Best regards.
> 2012/7/13 laurent celati <lcelati at latitude-geosystems.com>
>> I would like compile gdal 1.9.1 from GDAL'S SVN then compile Qgis 1.8 from
>> source using Gdal SVN version. I'm working on Windows 7 64bits.
>> I am not in the habit of compiling software
>> I did not used to compile software. Can you tell me how to do please?
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