Test of Windows 1.2.0_1.exe
bernhard at intevation.de
Thu Apr 12 09:56:48 CEST 2007
On Wednesday 11 April 2007 20:47, Bram de Greve wrote:
> Didrik Pinte wrote:
> > Concerning the gdal directory and all the tools, I found it really
> > usefull to ship them with Thuban because they allow a lot of interesting
> > feature (ogr2ogr for example, etc.). They are not mandatory and could
> > surely be removed from the installer.
> > In conclusion, it's not a stupid question ;-).
> > Foks, what do you think about this ? Leave it or drop it ?
Leave it in as it is extra value for the users.
> OK, I see why it's there now. I have my own GDAL directory set up
> somewhere else, so it's not directly useful to me. Anyway, if it is
> decided to keep it, I would like to suggest to move the directory
> around (or rather its content) so the DLL becomes directly accessible to
> thuban.py. An other solution would be to ship an extra copy of
> gdal14.dll next to thuban.py
There must be a way to change the path to include GDAL.
Second best solution would be to modify the start script of thuban
to include the necessary path.
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