[Qgis-developer] QGIS 1.8 Windows Standalone is not OK with spatialite versions

haubourg regis.haubourg at eau-adour-garonne.fr
Thu Nov 15 12:52:03 PST 2012

Hi Jurgen

Jürgen E. Fischer wrote
> That probably was also true for the osgeo4w qgis-dev version at that
> point.
> People should test it before release - as that's nearly what's going to in
> the
> stable release.

that's true.. I missed it. It's now in my use cases ;-)
My post was just a reminder, and a way to share troubles encountered so that
other could find it googling. No need for me to upgrade standalone now.
Priority is on 2.0. 

Jürgen E. Fischer wrote
> BTW ECW support was meanwhile dropped in osgeo4w (after the GDAL update to
> 1.9.2) and also will lack in the next package.  Neither Frank nor I were
> able
> to mobilize enough energy to jump though all the hoops they've put in
> front of
> their SDK download.  IIRC also the licensing is somewhat strange to as it
> allows client, but forbids server use and the user has to acknowledge it -
> so
> we would even have to add own hoops...

Do you mean that standard package for 2.0 won't embed ecw support?? I
recently made fresh installs with OSGEO4W and was pleased to have ecw
support out of the box again. 
Is there anything I can do (paying someone to spend a few days clarifying
ECW situation) or are we trapped by ERDAS?? 

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