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Updated install docs to include cmake on linux steps
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Compiling QGIS From Source
Tim Sutton 2007
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@@ -681,7 +679,7 @@ If all built without errors you can then install it:
5.1. Building QGIS with Qt4.x
=============================

*Requires:* Ubuntu Edgy
*Requires:* Ubuntu Edgy / Debian derived distro

These notes are for if you want to build QGIS from source. One of the major
aims here is to show how this can be done using binary packages for *all*
@@ -718,7 +716,7 @@ Now update your local sources database:
================


sudo apt-get install libqt4-core libqt4-debug libqt4-debug-dev \
sudo apt-get install libqt4-core libqt4-debug \
libqt4-dev libqt4-gui libqt4-qt3support libqt4-sql lsb-qt4 qt4-designer \
qt4-dev-tools qt4-doc qt4-qtconfig uim-qt gcc libapt-pkg-perl resolvconf

@@ -765,11 +763,13 @@ above commands to select the Qt4 version of the relevant applications.


sudo apt-get install gdal-bin libgdal1-dev libgeos-dev proj libtool \
libgdal-doc libhdf4g-dev libhdf4g-run autoconf2.13 automake1.9 python-dev \
libgdal-doc libhdf4g-dev libhdf4g-run python-dev \
swig libgsl0-dev g++ libjasper-1.701-dev libtiff4-dev subversion gsl-bin \
libsqlite3-dev sqlite3 ccache make libpq-dev flex bison firefox
libsqlite3-dev sqlite3 ccache make libpq-dev flex bison


/!\ Debian users should use libgdal-dev above rather


5.5. GRASS Specific Steps
=========================
@@ -783,6 +783,8 @@ Now you can install grass from dapper:
sudo apt-get install grass libgrass-dev libgdal1-grass


/!\ You may need to explicitly state your grass version e.g. libgdal1-1.3.2-grass


5.6. Setup ccache (Optional)
============================
@@ -862,23 +864,46 @@ development version. I suggest you do something similar:
mkdir -p ${HOME}/apps


The script will carry on to build QGIS - it may take a little while to go
and have a cup of your favourite beverage while you wait...
Now we create a build directory and run ccmake:


cd qgis
mkdir build
ccmake ..


When you run ccmake (note the .. is required!), a menu will appear where
you can configure various aspects of the build. If you do not have root
access or do not want to overwrite existing QGIS installs (by your
packagemanager for example), set the CMAKE_BUILD_PREFIX to somewhere you
have write access to (I usually use /home/timlinux/apps). Now press
'c' to configure, 'e' to dismiss any error messages that may appear.
and 'g' to generate the make files. Note that sometimes 'c' needs to
be pressed several times before the 'g' option becomes available.
After the 'g' generation is complete, press 'q' to exit the ccmake
interactive dialog.

Now on with the build:


make
make install


It may take a little while to build depending on your platform.


5.10. Running QGIS
==================

Once the compile is complete it should pop up a page in firefox with unit
test results. At the time of writing the unit tests are just stubs - we
still need to create the test implementations - so dont worry to much about
their output at the moment.

Now you can try to run QGIS:


export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/home/apps/lib
$HOME/apps/bin/qgis

/!\ Note the export LD_LIBRARY_PATH is only needed if you are installing
into a path not covered by your system's ld.so.conf.

If all has worked properly the QGIS application should start up and appear
on your screen.
@@ -1008,13 +1033,25 @@ programs will be dynamically linked to it...
g++ -s gdaltindex.o -o gdaltindex.exe -L/usr/local/lib -lpng -lz -lgdal
g++ -s gdal_rasterize.o -o gdal_rasterize.exe -L/usr/local/lib -lpng -lz -lgdal
install gdalinfo.exe gdal_translate.exe gdaladdo.exe gdalwarp.exe gdal_contour.exe gdaltindex.exe gdal_rasterize.exe /usr/local/bin



Finally, manually edit gdal-config in c:\msys\local\bin to replace the static library reference with -lgdal:


CONFIG_LIBS="-L/usr/local/lib -lpng -lz -lgdal"

GDAL build procedure can be greatly simplified to use libtool with a libtool line patch:
configure gdal as below:
./configure --with-ngpython --with-xerces=/local/ --with-jasper=/local/ --with-grass=/local/grass-6.3.cvs/ --with-pg=/local/pgsql/bin/pg_config.exe

Then fix libtool with:
mv libtool libtool.orig
cat libtool.orig | sed 's/max_cmd_len=8192/max_cmd_len=32768/g' > libtool

Libtool on windows assumes a line length limit of 8192 for some reason and tries to page the linking and fails miserably. This is a work around.

Make and make install should be hassle free after this.


5.12.3. GRASS

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