[Qgis-developer] QGIS 1.8 Windows Standalone is not OK with spatialite versions (ECW tangent)
Jürgen E. Fischer
jef at norbit.de
Sun Nov 18 10:11:16 PST 2012
On Fri, 16. Nov 2012 at 18:52:38 +0800, Ramon Andiñach wrote:
> b) Because the linux and mac gdal installs use the 3.3 SDK source .ecw
> support will continue in the current manner on those platforms?
That won't change. From source nothing changes. It's just that you need to
build the gdal ecw plugin to get ECW support and you need the SDK for that -
and that's the same as on Windows and Linux.
For debian for instance there's also no ecw binary - the available package that
has a script that builds the plugin for you, if you tell where you SDK is.
> c) Does anyone have an set of 3.3 dlls lying around somewhere?
Those won't help as they are probably not build with VC10 and are therefore
incompatible with the GDAL build (interface ECW<=>GDAL is C++; so unlike C the
ABI is an issue).
> d) If ECW support is disappearing from the osgeo4w packages (and so also the
> 2.0 standalone when that happens) can it be made abundantly clear (in a
> visible to average user sort of way)?
In OSGeo4W the ecw package was already tagged obsolete. For the standalone we
could add a big fat notice...
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