[geos-devel] Geos 2.2.3 vs. 3.0.0
kweller at asapwebsoft.com
Thu Feb 14 18:30:23 EST 2008
If Fedora 8 doesn't have it, then I'm pretty sure CentOS won't either,
as it's repackaged from Red Hat, which is in turn behind Fedora Core
in terms of available packages. In fact, I have access to a CentOS
server and can't find *any* version of GEOS via default yum listing.
I had to compile GEOS 3 everywhere.
On Feb 14, 2008, at 4:17 PM, Mike Leahy wrote:
> Hello List,
> I'm setting up a new server that in the not-too-distant future will
> be used for some live project work. I'm currently running Fedora 8,
> and I find that most of the GIS-related utilities we need are
> available from the default Fedora repositories. However, the Geos
> in the Fedora repositories is still at version 2.2.3. I don't know
> how likely that is to change in the near future, but I'm guessing it
> might be a while (if at all for Fedora 8) given the number of
> dependencies that would also have to be updated (Gdal, Qgis,
> MapServer, etc.).
> What I'd like to know is whether the improvements in 3.0.0 are
> significant enough to make it worthwhile for me to go through the
> process of compiling it myself (plus all of the dependant tools).
> This isn't too difficult for me to do, but it is time consuming, and
> I'd rather rely on binaries complied and tested by those with more
> expertise than I have. Alternatively, I can stick with 2.2.3 (and
> maybe hope for updates on F8), or consider another distribution that
> has Geos 3.0.0 already distributed with it (does anyone know if this
> is the case, maybe for CentOS?).
> What recommendations would anyone on this list have?
> Thanks in advance,
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> geos-devel at lists.osgeo.org
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