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Added a little more detail on the final packaging step
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timlinux committed Mar 31, 2011
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Quantum GIS (QGIS)
Building QGIS from source - step by step

Last update: 20110329
Last update: 20110331
Last change: 20110307

1. Introduction
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When the script completes, it should have created a QGIS installer executable
in the ms-windows directory. If you want to include your own hand built QGIS
executables, you need to copy them in from your windows installation into
the ms-windows file tree created by the creatensis script.
in the ms-windows directory (using the QGIS binaries from OSGEO4W).


4.1.5. Osgeo4w packaging
4.1.5. Packaging your own build of QGIS
=======================================

Assuming you have completed the above packaging step, if you want to include
your own hand built QGIS executables, you need to copy them in from your
windows installation into the ms-windows file tree created by the creatensis
script.


cd ms-windows/
rm -rf osgeo4w/unpacked/apps/qgis/*
cp -r /tmp/qgis1.7.0/* osgeo4w/unpacked/apps/qgis/
./quickpackage.sh


After this you should now have a nsis installer containing your own build
of QGIS and all dependencies needed to run it on a windows machine.


4.1.6. Osgeo4w packaging
========================

The actual packaging process is currently not documented, for now please take a

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