robert at szczepanek.pl
Sat Feb 22 19:12:50 PST 2014
> (...) Finding all these infos (and sometimes not very congruentt ones)
> different blogs and forums is ridiculously time-consuming. (...)
Several people invested time  to create QGIS.
You are welcome to be part of the project and improve build description.
After that read your e-mail once again...
W dniu 22.02.2014 21:32, Bernd Vogelgesang napisał(a):
> In my struggle to manage to build QGIS from source, I finally found
> the INSTALL-file on github. (No link to this from the website! At
> least I couldn't find anything)
> I just want to remark, that under
> Optional dependencies:
> - for georeferencer - GSL >= 1.8
> the version number can't be correct, cause there is no such high
> version available.
> This might be no big problem for most people, but for a noob like me,
> this is causing hysteria and increasing blood pressure.
> I think it came into existence from an old version i found here
> where it sais:
> - for georeferencer - GSL >= ? (works with 1.8)
> In general, I would also like to remark, that it would be very nice to
> have kind of a wiki for build instructions for the different
> platforms and versions and the different related resources like GDAL,
> spatialite etc. as well, cause I have to build GDAL myself for MrSID
> and FGDB-support (and without that, QGIS on Linux is quite useless
> for me, at least not for productive work).
> Finding all these infos (and sometimes not very congruentt ones) in
> different blogs and forums is ridiculously time-consuming. And when I
> already invest so much time in fiddling out this, I would like to have
> the other parts state of the art as well, but there is unfortunately
> no common place for instructions on the related items.
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