Can you file these issues as bugs at http://svn.qgis.org/trac ? Its
difficult to keep track of bugs via email. File them against Version
0.8.0, Milestone 0.8.1 which is where all the bugs for this release
are grouped. Many thanks for your feedback!
2007/2/26, Leonardo Lami <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
I'm testing the new QGIS and I see a good work, it seems there are only
- when you use the GRASS tools and you see the list of the GRASS layers
you can't see the icons of the management of the layers (show layer,
- when you want edit a GRASS vector and you click on the edit icon an
output message say:
No maps opened in mMaps, probably problem in runtime linking, static
variables are not shared by provider and plugin.
I will make some test again, good work!
Tim Sutton ha scritto:
> Hi all
> OK so the latest preview build at:
> supports silent installation now. Run from the command line like this
> qgis_setup0.8.1.exe /S
> There are a few things to note:
> - after running the above command the installler will fork to the
> background and immediately return you to the prompt.
> - the installer uses all default options that means that it will try
> to go onto the internet and retrieve the two sample datasets of around
> 20mb each.
> - if you wish to customise the datasets etc that are installed, you
> can quite easily modify the nsis installer - its in svn 0.8 branch
> under win_build.
> The procedure for creating your custom installer is (more or less)
> - Install qgis 0.8.1 preview (and later final release) into c:\Program
> - Install nulsoft NSIS installer application
> - Check out the win_build dir from qgis 0.8 branch:
> - Follow the notes pertaining to fixing auto unzip issues in the
> source in README.txt
> - edit qgis.nsi and add remove sample data etc.
> - Run nsis on the nsi file
> - Feel good and be happy :-)
> Hope that helps
> 2007/2/21, Stephan Holl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> "Pleyer, Walter" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [20070221 - 08:12:52]
>> > > Assuming you are on windows though. :-)
>> > How did you know? ;-)
>> > > I am afraid there is currently no such option inside the
>> > > windows installer, but I am not entirely sure.
>> > > I'd be interested in this too so if someone knows another
>> > Gary Sherman already mailed me, telling me the same as you.
>> > This option is currently not available.
>> > I'm pretty sure though, this would help acceptance by institutional
>> > users like Universities or in our case ministries (yes, Qgis has a
>> > very good chance to go "official" in Austria).
>> So why not preparing a nsis-installer where your settings (path,
>> languag, etc.) are hardcoded and it only needs to be executed by
>> an administrator on the dedicated computer?
>> Seems doable though.
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