[osgeo4w-dev] upgrading libspatialite
aperi2007 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 5 10:54:58 PDT 2013
>reverse depends of libxml2:
>mapnik, mapserver and mapserver56 are outdated anyway and can probably be
>ignored and marked obsolete, I suppose.
The TinyOWS available in the osgeo4w.
Is surely old.
It is a 1.0.0rc4.
Apparently it seem quite similar to the last version released
>WFS-T: TinyOWS 1.1 TinyOWS is a lightweight and fast implementation of the
OGC WFS-T specification.
But instead the 1.0.0rc4 has some incompatibility with wfs 1.1.0 that
discourage to use it.
So I guess is surely better to update it to the last released or dismiss it.
The use of the 1.0.0rc4 let the user to think that tinyows is a poor and
2013/7/5 Jürgen E. <jef at norbit.de>
> Hi Sandro,
> On Fri, 05. Jul 2013 at 11:37:42 +0200, a.furieri at lqt.it wrote:
> > A) libspatialite itself
> > B) freexl
> > C) libsqlite3
> Am I right, that we already agreed that you take over these packages from
> Giovanni Sucameli (brushtyler)
> AFAICT GDAL (1.9.2) is currently not depending on freexl.
> > D) libxml2
> reverse depends of libxml2:
> mapnik, mapserver and mapserver56 are outdated anyway and can probably be
> ignored and marked obsolete, I suppose.
> reverse depends of spatialite:
> qgis, qgis-common, qgis-dev
> So we need a libxml2 update and a rebuild of mapserver6, pdal and tinyows
> that, before being able to upgrade spatialite.
> That in turn requires rebuild of GDAL, QGIS and pyspatialite.
> GDAL should probably be updated to 1.10 (with freexl support) in the
> (lots of rdepends there).
> How do we coordinate something like that?
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