Freexl is not installed
Trying to build Libspatialite 3.0.1
configure --> configure: error: cannot find freexl.h, bailing out
configure --disable-freexl --> configure finishes, build fails due to include in
Don't include freexl.h if disable-freexl is given
There's also a typo in configure.ac, where it says proj=yes instead of
freexl=yes (line 168). Autoreconf fails, because there is no m4 directory.
Any reason not to build freexl also? Is there a problem with support for the proprietary file format?
Perhaps this is a good candidate for elgis? freexl + libgaiagraphics + spatialite-tools + spatialite_gui.
My first attempt using mock, I've made a spec file for freexl, and got it to install in a fresh mock setup. I'd gladly send it if you'd like to review and suggest improvements.
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Didn't work either, if memory serves me well.
This message went off the list inadvertently and I also updated it:
No, that is all fine. Libgaiagraphics, spatialite-tools are finished for Fedora,
spatialite_gui should be in updates-testing soon, freexl just finished its
review and will be in EPEL6.
I tried to build without, because I haven't had Freexl handy at that moment
and ran into this bug.
It's a candidate for ELGIS to rebuild nevertheless with the new versions now.
I'll only start building them, when I make sure, QGIS works with 3.0.
here is my current roadmap:
a) GDAL 1.9.0 was released during last night: splite will
now require to incorporate the latest EPSG updated
b) during the last days Pepijn Van Eeckhoudt has kindly
contributed a patch intended to fully support spatialite
on Android platforms.
obviously this patch has a very high priority, and will
be of big interest for many users.
c) it's very probable that SQLite 3.7.10 will be released
in the next few days.
d) you too have submitted a patch intended to adjust any
malfunction in the build-system [--disable-freexl not
being properly honored].
e) on my own I've noticed (and corrected) very few small
glitches and minor issues here and there.
f) the final Topology support will be available very quickly.
so I'm planning to release a 3.0.2 update during the next
days, may well be in this week.
I'm planning to release a small update for the QGIS
data-provider immediately after releasing 3.0.2;
this QGIS update is mainly intended to optimize and speed-up
the initial connection for really huge layers storing many