version 1.1.0 for windows
dpinte at itae.be
Thu Feb 23 16:29:46 CET 2006
Bernhard Herzog wrote:
>You may be able to compile Thuban using e.g. MinGW. We haven't tried
>this yet, so we don't know whether it would work. Some MinGW tips for
>compiling python extension modules are in the python distutils
I already tried to compile python modules using MingGW... It's really
not something easy to do and I never
succeeded with gdal (for example). Time is always the problem in that
kind of project.
I have to focus on tools that I can use without installing three
different compilers to test all the way
they could probably work.
I'm really interested in Thuban but I have no time to investigate those
way of making it work.
Especially beacuse I need updated libraries such as GDAL 1.3.1,
wxWindows 2.6, etc that will take
me another bunch of time to make them work with Thuban.
Thank you for the work on Thuban.
I hope being able to use the coming new version in my project (is
something planned ?).
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