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Quantum GIS (QGIS)
Building QGIS from source - step by step
Thursday May 26, 2011


Last update: 20110526
Last change: 20110526
Last Updated: Thursday May 26, 2011
Last Change : Thursday May 26, 2011


1. Introduction
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5.4. QGIS source
5.5. Configure the build
5.6. Building
6. git
6.1. Installation
6.2. Get QGIS from git
7. Authors and Acknowledgments
6. Authors and Acknowledgments


1. Introduction
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sudo make install


6. git
======


6.1. Installation
=================

Optional. If you want to try different branches and/or easily update the source when changes are made, install git and clone the source. For random just-want-to-see-what's-going-on-in-development builds, download a tarbal from github.


6.1.1. Install git for GNU/Linux
================================


6.1.2. install git for Windows
==============================


6.1.3. Install git for OSX
==========================

The git (http://git-scm.com/) project has a downloadable build of git.
Make sure to get the package matching your processor (x86_64 most likely, only the first Intel Macs need the i386 package).

Once downloaded open the disk image and run the installer.

PPC/source note

The git site does not offer PPC builds. If you need a PPC build, or you just want
a little more control over the installation, you need to compile it yourself.

Download the source from http://git-scm.com/. Unzip it, and in a Terminal cd to the source folder, then:

make prefix=/usr/local
sudo make prefix=/usr/local install

If you don't need any of the extras, Perl, Python or TclTk (GUI), you can disable them before running make with:

export NO_PERL=
export NO_TCLTK=
export NO_PYTHON=


6.2. Get QGIS from git
======================

You can download a development tarball (no git installation needed) from:

http://github.com/qgis/Quantum-GIS

This defaults to the current master, but you can select any other branch or tag as desired.

Or for more long-term testing of development sources: clone the sources with git (in an appropriate location on your computer):

git clone git://github.com/qgis/Quantum-GIS.git

This automatically activates the master. To switch to another branch:

git checkout [branchname]


7. Authors and Acknowledgments
6. Authors and Acknowledgments
==============================

The following people have contributed to this document:
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%! PostProc(txt): '(?i)(\t)' ' '
%! encoding: iso-8859-1

%
% Tex processing
%
% Make sure this is first
%! PostProc(tex): '\\includegraphics' '\\includegraphics[width=100mm]'
% scartcl is from the koma script document class (apt-get install texlive-latex-recommended ttf-komatuna)
% setlength parindent suppresses first line of paragraph idents
% parskip puts blank space between paragraphs
% title pic stuff used to put a logo on the front page
%! PostProc(tex): '\\documentclass{article}' '\\documentclass{scrartcl}\n\\setlength{\\parindent}{0pt}\n\\setlength{\\parskip}{2ex}'
% use the color table and table packages so we can pimp the tables a little
%! PostProc(tex): '\\usepackage{style.css} % user defined' '\\usepackage{fancyvrb}\n\\usepackage{colortbl} \n\\usepackage [table]{xcolor}\n\\definecolor{tableShade}{HTML}{cecece}\n\\definecolor{qgis-green}{HTML}{0E7300}\n\\usepackage{wallpaper}\n\\LRCornerWallPaper{1}{WALLPAPER-IMAGE}\n\\usepackage{hyperref}\n\\hypersetup{linkcolor=qgis-green,urlcolor=qgis-green}\\renewcommand\\thesection{\\color{qgis-green}\\thechapter\\arabic{section}}'
% Make the header row of tables have a dark background. light text
%! PostProc(tex): '\\hline \\textbf' '\\hline \\rowcolor[rgb]{0,0,0} \\color{white} \\textbf'
%! PostProc(tex): '& \\textbf' '& \\color{white} \\textbf'
% Make verbatim text a little smaller and use fancyvrb package to draw it in a box
% Note Verbatim with capital V for fancyvrb to work
%! PostProc(tex): '\\begin{verbatim}' '{\\scriptsize\\begin{Verbatim}[frame=single,rulecolor=\\color{qgis-green}, framesep=4mm, label=\\fbox{\\small\\emph{Listing}}]'
%! PostProc(tex): '\\end{verbatim}' '\\end{Verbatim}\n}'
%! PostProc(tex): '\\section' '\\newpage\\section'
%! PostProc(tex): 'section{' 'section{\\color{qgis-green}'
%! PostProc(tex): NEWPAGE '\\newpage'
% Give alternating table rows different colours and use a smaller font in tables (\tiny)
%! PostProc(tex): '\\begin{tabular}' '\\rowcolors{2}{tableShade}{white} \n\\tiny\\begin{tabular}'
%! encoding: iso-8859-1

%! PostProc(tex): WALLPAPER-IMAGE 'qgis-footer.png'
% These are comments and will not be generated in any output
% -------------------

%This document is in text2tags format. You can generate html, plain text and
%This document is in txt2tags format. You can generate html, plain text and
%moinmoin formatted documentation by running txt2tags on this document. See the
%txt2tags home page for more details. Please insert manual line breaks in this
%document as it makes diffing for changes much easier. To do this in vim
@@ -26,12 +52,13 @@ Developers guide for QGIS

% To generate the text version of this document:
% txt2tags -t txt -o CODING CODING.t2t
% To generate the moinmoin version of this document:
% txt2tags -t moin -o CODING.moin CODING.t2t
% To generate the mediawiki version of this document:
% txt2tags -t wiki --no-enum-title -o CODING.wiki CODING.t2t
% To generate the html version of this document:
% txt2tags -t html -o CODING.html CODING.t2t
% To generate the LaTeX version of this document:
% txt2tags -t tex -o CODING.tex CODING.t2t
% txt2tags -t tex -o CODING.tex CODING.t2t; pdflatex CODING.tex

%
% End of comments
% -------------------
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Windows users can obtain [msys git http://code.google.com/p/msysgit/].



== Accessing the Repository ==

To clone QGIS master:
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<DIV CLASS="header" ID="header">
<H1>Quantum GIS (QGIS)</H1>
<H3>Building QGIS from source - step by step</H3>
<H2>Building QGIS from source - step by step</H2>
<H3>Thursday May 26, 2011</H3>
</DIV>

<DIV CLASS="body" ID="body">
<P>
Last update: 20110526
Last change: 20110526
Last Updated: Thursday May 26, 2011
Last Change : Thursday May 26, 2011
</P>
<DIV CLASS="toc">

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<LI><A HREF="#toc22">5.5. Configure the build</A>
<LI><A HREF="#toc23">5.6. Building</A>
</UL>
<LI><A HREF="#git">git</A>
<UL>
<LI><A HREF="#toc25">6.1. Installation</A>
<LI><A HREF="#toc26">6.2. Get QGIS from git</A>
</UL>
<LI><A HREF="#toc27">Authors and Acknowledgments</A>
<LI><A HREF="#toc24">Authors and Acknowledgments</A>
</OL>

</DIV>
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sudo make install
</PRE></div>

<A NAME="git"></A>
<H1>6. git</H1>

<A NAME="toc25"></A>
<H2>6.1. Installation</H2>

<P>
Optional. If you want to try different branches and/or easily update the source when changes are made, install git and clone the source. For random just-want-to-see-what's-going-on-in-development builds, download a tarbal from github.
</P>

<H3>6.1.1. Install git for GNU/Linux</H3>

<H3>6.1.2. install git for Windows</H3>

<H3>6.1.3. Install git for OSX</H3>

<P>
The <A HREF="http://git-scm.com/">git</A> project has a downloadable build of git.
Make sure to get the package matching your processor (x86_64 most likely, only the first Intel Macs need the i386 package).
</P>
<P>
Once downloaded open the disk image and run the installer.
</P>
<P>
<U>PPC/source note</U>
</P>
<P>
The git site does not offer PPC builds. If you need a PPC build, or you just want
a little more control over the installation, you need to compile it yourself.
</P>
<P>
Download the source from <A HREF="http://git-scm.com/">http://git-scm.com/</A>. Unzip it, and in a Terminal cd to the source folder, then:
</P>

<div class="code"><PRE>
make prefix=/usr/local
sudo make prefix=/usr/local install
</PRE></div>

<P>
If you don't need any of the extras, Perl, Python or TclTk (GUI), you can disable them before running make with:
</P>

<div class="code"><PRE>
export NO_PERL=
export NO_TCLTK=
export NO_PYTHON=
</PRE></div>

<A NAME="toc26"></A>
<H2>6.2. Get QGIS from git</H2>

<P>
You can download a development tarball (no git installation needed) from:
</P>
<P>
<A HREF="http://github.com/qgis/Quantum-GIS">http://github.com/qgis/Quantum-GIS</A>
</P>
<P>
This defaults to the current master, but you can select any other branch or tag as desired.
</P>
<P>
Or for more long-term testing of development sources: clone the sources with git (in an appropriate location on your computer):
</P>

<div class="code"><PRE>
git clone git://github.com/qgis/Quantum-GIS.git
</PRE></div>

<P>
This automatically activates the master. To switch to another branch:
</P>

<div class="code"><PRE>
git checkout [branchname]
</PRE></div>

<A NAME="toc27"></A>
<H1>7. Authors and Acknowledgments</H1>
<A NAME="toc24"></A>
<H1>6. Authors and Acknowledgments</H1>

<P>
The following people have contributed to this document:
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Quantum GIS (QGIS)

Building QGIS from source - step by step

%%date(%A %B %d, %Y)

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%! style : style.css
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% Next line will replace tabs with 2 spaces in txt generated outputs
%! PostProc(txt): '(?i)(\t)' ' '
%! encoding: iso-8859-1
%
% Tex processing
%
% Make sure this is first
%! PostProc(tex): '\\includegraphics' '\\includegraphics[width=100mm]'
% scartcl is from the koma script document class (apt-get install texlive-latex-recommended ttf-komatuna)
% setlength parindent suppresses first line of paragraph idents
% parskip puts blank space between paragraphs
% title pic stuff used to put a logo on the front page
%! PostProc(tex): '\\documentclass{article}' '\\documentclass{scrartcl}\n\\setlength{\\parindent}{0pt}\n\\setlength{\\parskip}{2ex}'
% use the color table and table packages so we can pimp the tables a little
%! PostProc(tex): '\\usepackage{style.css} % user defined' '\\usepackage{fancyvrb}\n\\usepackage{colortbl} \n\\usepackage [table]{xcolor}\n\\definecolor{tableShade}{HTML}{cecece}\n\\definecolor{qgis-green}{HTML}{0E7300}\n\\usepackage{wallpaper}\n\\LRCornerWallPaper{1}{WALLPAPER-IMAGE}\n\\usepackage{hyperref}\n\\hypersetup{linkcolor=qgis-green,urlcolor=qgis-green}\\renewcommand\\thesection{\\color{qgis-green}\\thechapter\\arabic{section}}'
% Make the header row of tables have a dark background. light text
%! PostProc(tex): '\\hline \\textbf' '\\hline \\rowcolor[rgb]{0,0,0} \\color{white} \\textbf'
%! PostProc(tex): '& \\textbf' '& \\color{white} \\textbf'
% Make verbatim text a little smaller and use fancyvrb package to draw it in a box
% Note Verbatim with capital V for fancyvrb to work
%! PostProc(tex): '\\begin{verbatim}' '{\\scriptsize\\begin{Verbatim}[frame=single,rulecolor=\\color{qgis-green}, framesep=4mm, label=\\fbox{\\small\\emph{Listing}}]'
%! PostProc(tex): '\\end{verbatim}' '\\end{Verbatim}\n}'
%! PostProc(tex): '\\section' '\\newpage\\section'
%! PostProc(tex): 'section{' 'section{\\color{qgis-green}'
%! PostProc(tex): NEWPAGE '\\newpage'
% Give alternating table rows different colours and use a smaller font in tables (\tiny)
%! PostProc(tex): '\\begin{tabular}' '\\rowcolors{2}{tableShade}{white} \n\\tiny\\begin{tabular}'
%! encoding: iso-8859-1

%! PostProc(tex): WALLPAPER-IMAGE 'qgis-footer.png'
% These are comments and will not be generated in any output
% -------------------

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% To generate the html version of this document:
% txt2tags -t html -o INSTALL.html INSTALL.t2t
% To generate the LaTeX version of this document:
% txt2tags -t tex -o INSTALL.tex INSTALL.t2t
% txt2tags -t tex -o INSTALL.tex INSTALL.t2t; pdflatex INSTALL.tex

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Last update: %%date
Last change: %%mtime
Last Updated: %%date(%A %B %d, %Y)
Last Change : %%mtime(%A %B %d, %Y)

%%toc

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%!include: osx.t2t

%!include: git.t2t

%!include: iauthors.t2t
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