[Qgis-developer] R: WinGRASS Building Instructions And QGIS Compile Enviroment

Marco Pasetti marco.pasetti at alice.it
Thu Jan 24 15:56:50 EST 2008

Hi Tim,

I found INSTALL.t2t at
How can I modify the document (indicating where I placed modifications) and
then how can I propose my changes?


-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Tim Sutton [mailto:tim at linfiniti.com] 
Inviato: giovedì 24 gennaio 2008 17.33
A: marco.pasetti at alice.it
Cc: qgis-developer at lists.qgis.org
Oggetto: Re: [Qgis-developer] WinGRASS Building Instructions And QGIS
Compile Enviroment

Hi Marco

Ideally changes to the building from source procedure should be submitted as
a patch to INSTALL.t2t which is the master document that the INSTALL text
docuemnt and BuildingFromSource wiki page get generated from. You can fine
INSTALL.t2t in the top level of the QGIS svn checkout.



2008/1/24, marco.pasetti at alice.it <marco.pasetti at alice.it>:
> Hi,
> in WinGRASS Current Status (from GRASS wiki) I read as follows:
> After compiling [GRASS] you should copy libxdr.dll, libproj.dll, 
> libpng.dll, libgdal-1.dll and libz.dll.1.2.3 into the GRASS lib 
> directory and all the GDAL and PROJ .exe files in the bin directory 
> into the GRASS bin directory, and then you have a more or less
self-contained GRASS distribution.
> is that necessary even if I want to use grass only with grass plug-in 
> in QGIS?
> Thanks
> PS: I'm building qgis+grass by myself on windows, creating my own msys 
> enviroment; I'm also in contact with grass-dev list, and I think that 
> some instructions in http://wiki.qgis.org/qgiswiki/BuildingFromSource 
> should be fixed. What should I do?
> Thanks
> Marco
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