[postgis-users] PostGIS with Mapserver/Mapscript 4.0
mgleahy at fes.uwaterloo.ca
Tue Sep 16 06:05:23 PDT 2003
Thanks for the tip. I've always just been installing the precompiled versions
of Proj that came with Mapserver/Mapscript. How exactly should I go about
installing Proj in Cygwin - is there anything specific I should do, or do I
just un-tar the file, run make, then make install? That's really little more
than a guess on my part. I don't see anyging on the RS web page that
explicitly says what to do with the tar file, and I'm clearly a newbie when it
comes to this kind of stuff...
Quoting Norman Vine <nhv at cape.com>:
> Mike Leahy writes:
> > I apologize if I'm asking what may be an obvious question, but can you tell
> > where I would find the version of PostGIS that you plan to comit these
> > to? Is it the CVS download on the postgis.refractions.net downloads page?
> > so, I was not able to compile that version (the results from my attempt are
> > below).
> > Sorry if I'm way off here - perhaps I just don't know exactly how to use
> > version...what would I have to do differently compared to compiling 0.7.5?
> > Output from compiling CVS source code:
> > gcc -O2 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations -g -fexceptions
> > I. -DFRONTEND -DSYSCONFDIR='"/etc/postgresql"'
> > -DUSE_VERSION=73 -I/usr/local/include/geos -DUSE_GEOS -I/usr/local/include
> > DUSE_PROJ -DUSE_STATS -I../../src/include -c
> > -o postgis_transform.o postgis_transform.c
> > postgis_transform.c:49:22: projects.h: No such file or directory
> The compiler can not find the Proj4 headers.
> Have you installed it ?
> To PostGIS Readme maintainer:
> Perhaps we should add the Proj4 URL to the Readme file ?
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