[gdal-dev] Batch conversion ECW to TIFF
stefano.iacovella at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 01:22:53 PDT 2012
2012/7/24 Zoltan Szecsei <zoltans at geograph.co.za>:
> Hi Stefano,
> I would be interested to look, but my guess is if it was legal then, then it
> is legal now.
> The real problem that may come up is that that sdk might not link against
> the current gdal.
I succeded compiling against 1.9.0, did not try but I guess should
compile against 1.9.1 too
I will send you license agreement and can share the sources
> On 2012/07/24 10:08, Stefano Iacovella wrote:
>> Hi Zoltan
>> A couple of years ago I downloaded the SDK to compile GDAL with ECW
>> support on linux too.
>> At now it is no more available and it is not completely clear to me if
>> using it, under the license terms included, is legal. I can send you
>> the license agreement to have a look and see if this could be a
>> I would prefer a linux solution, but I see that the "free" Erdas SDK is
>> for windows.
>> On my Win7 (64 bit) box I only have Qt 4.7.4 (32 bit) [built Jan 26 2012
>> version]. The Qt Creator version is 2.4.1
>> I have minimal experience with Qt so my question is is:
>> What is my best way forward?
>> Is there a Linux command line solution?
>> Thanks in advance,
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