R: R: R: [GRASS-dev] New Binary Package Project for winGRASS
marco.pasetti at alice.it
Sat Mar 1 16:03:59 EST 2008
PS: Expat is for XML
Da: grass-dev-bounces at lists.osgeo.org
[mailto:grass-dev-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] Per conto di Benjamin Ducke
Inviato: sabato 1 marzo 2008 21.40
Cc: 'GRASS Developer Mailing List'
Oggetto: Re: R: R: [GRASS-dev] New Binary Package Project for winGRASS
Marco Pasetti wrote:
>> maybe it would be better, or at least to make note like "this package
> required for GRASS compilation", etc.
> Ok. I'll do that later, before to release the final version.
> What about GEOS, GSL and Expat? Actually, GRASS uses none of them, but
> GDAL uses GEOS, I'm not sure if it uses GSL (even if I think not) and
> it would
Only QGIS uses GSL for the georeferencer plugin.
> use Expat ...if I could be able to enable that support in GDAL :-)
> So, summarizing, for the GRASS guide only, should I remove GSL, Expat
> and GEOS or leave only GEOS?
Only GEOS seems to make sense to me.
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Martin Landa [mailto:landa.martin at gmail.com]
> Inviato: sabato 1 marzo 2008 14.44
> A: Marco Pasetti
> Cc: GRASS Developer Mailing List
> Oggetto: Re: R: [GRASS-dev] New Binary Package Project for winGRASS
> 2008/3/1, Marco Pasetti <marco.pasetti at alice.it>:
>> Related to this (the guide): what do you think about keeping GRASS +
>> Quantum GIS building guide together? Actually some things (like
>> expat, geos and gsl) are not needed by GRASS, but they are for QGIS.
>> Should I prepare two different documents, one for GRASS only and one
>> for both GRASS and QGIS
> maybe it would be better, or at least to make note like "this package
> is required for GRASS compilation", etc.
> Martin Landa <landa.martin gmail.com> * http://gama.fsv.cvut.cz/~landa
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