[pgrouting-users] Re: pgRouting problem

Javier Mr javiersdevmail at ymail.com
Mon Mar 5 10:35:23 EST 2012


I'm also very interested in knowing how to compile pgRoututing in windows (there is no windows build for version 1.05).
I have it running on a Ubuntu machine and it was really easy to compile and get it running, however in windows is not so simple (or i'm a little bit lost). 
My current situation is, i  have postgresql and postGIS installed a working. What do i need to compile pgRouting (compilers, libraries, etc..)?, i have tried to compile it with cmake but Visual studio complains a bout a non existing file..., should i install GCC? does pgRouting needs cygwin to be instaled?, a little step by step guide for compiling in windows would be great (probably won't be so simple as in linux, but it might help people).

Best regards

> De: Stephen Woodbridge <woodbri at swoodbridge.com>
>Para: Espen O <espoern at hotmail.com>; pgRouting Users List <pgrouting-users at lists.osgeo.org>; pgRouting Dev List <pgrouting-dev at lists.osgeo.org> 
>Enviado: Viernes 2 de marzo de 2012 16:27
>Asunto: [pgrouting-users] Re: pgRouting problem
>On 3/2/2012 9:32 AM, Espen O wrote:
>> Hello
>> We are building a route finder using the shooting star algorithm with
>> turn restrictions. The algorithm does not work, however, as desired. We
>> have bumped into the problem that occurs if there is more than one rule
>> per edge. The correct rule is not applied.
>> We are very interested in the TRSP solution you have developed. It seems
>> to solve our problems. However we are running on Windows and have no
>> experience in compiling pgRouting. Can you give us some pointers in how
>> to compile for the Windows platform? Any help would be appreciated.
>Hi Espen,
>I only have Linux tools here. So it is best to ask the list.
>Hi List,
>Who has been maintaining our Windows binaries?
>Any chance we can get someone to build the TRSP code as a Windows 
>package for pgRouting?
>   -Steve
>Pgrouting-users mailing list
>Pgrouting-users at lists.osgeo.org
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