You can try installing from homebrew. I think the following should get
you what you want (it requires some terminal usage though):
|/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL
brew install gdal-20 --with-mysql
brew install qgis-214
There are plans to build click-n-install packages on top of these
homebrew formulae. I know they are in the pipeline but don't have the
details. Maybe Larry can say more about that.
On 04/08/16 07:44, Michael Moore wrote:
> I'm using the KyngChaos builds on OSX which doesn't have MySQL support.
> I found a thread  from July, 2015 where William said "I haven't
> packaged a GDAL plugin for MySQL yet, it's on my list of things to do
> but it's not very high priority."
> I just wanted to add a patient request for this to happen and see
> where it stands on the priority list these days.
> I've been working on adding some lightweight spatial capabilities to
> the WordPress CMS, which uses MySQL as its database. What I'm doing
> isn't intensive GIS, by any means, but it would be really convenient
> to be able to quickly visualize and modify the data I'm working with
> in QGIS.
> Many thanks,
> Michael Moore
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