just for Your information:
- I'm running Windows 10 home (not in a virtual machine).
- My QMS is normally the latest patch from the repository compiled using
Helmuts instructions for Windows (also the ones regarding GDAL).
- In my tests I followed strictly Your proposals.
- The -d command line parameter is for *NIX systems only. With Windows
You can use "-f" to get a logfile with debug info in the users
application Temp directory. There I found the GDAL_PATH problem which
seems to cause my problems.
- If I understand Helmut correctly, then there is no way to use "brute
force" to replace the default GDAL by one at another location.
- I didn't test MBTILES files, but I expect a similar behavior.
Am 08.08.2017 um 10:36 schrieb Mitxel:
First, thanks to Helmut for preparing the windows version and
installer, also for the hint in the wiki pointing to the right package
Basically I have followed the first step that is indicated in the wiki
( copy the entire bin directoruy) and then add another the step to
move the gdalplugins to a folder at same level that gdal111.dll
This way is working for me and (and for some others afaik), but
unfortunately does not for Wolfang and I can not give a hint :( . I
know that this proposal is a rough workaround and that's why I
suggested more testing before writing anything in the wiki. I must
say that I am not an "expert" but a motivated user., and as Wolfang
has pointed the .bat I provided must be tunned.
I agree with Helmut and Wolfang that the actual folder structure must
remain. I dont want to generate any extra work or headache, apart of
testing. And, as Helmut says, It will be more easy replacing only the
needed files in the current structure by yourself If you want/need
the plugins support .
I am going to test this way and I will suit a new .bat if necessary.
More than in ECW I am focusing in MBTiles because more and more
authorities are providing very good maps in mbtiles and I think it is
an open format.
For Wolfang: At home I have tested with a "win10 enterprise evaluation
copy" downloaded directly from MS, I have put this in a VM with
virtual box running in my Linux Mint. I know how to read/copy the QMS
activity when I start QMS with the -d option in a linux terminal, ..
but in Win I am competely lost at this point. When I start qmapshack
-d in a command windows, nothing is shown. Is there a way to do this
in win? So I could give you some extra information to guess the
differneces if you want.
Many thanks to all of you!
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