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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GeoDjangoInstall


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Timestamp:
08/22/07 19:17:30 (7 years ago)
Author:
jbronn
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updated GEOS 3.0 info, removed self-links

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  • GeoDjangoInstall

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    2424=== Django === 
    25  * GeoDjango exists in the {{{gis}}} branch from SVN: 
     25 * !GeoDjango exists in the {{{gis}}} branch from SVN: 
    2626{{{ 
    2727$ svn co http://code.djangoproject.com/svn/django/branches/gis django_gis 
     
    3030 
    3131=== GEOS === 
    32  * We have been developing using [http://geos.refractions.net/ GEOS] 3.0.0RC4, and have not tested or plan on supporting GEOS 2.x. 
    33  * GeoDjango has its own GEOS {{{ctypes}}} wrapper; you do ''not'' need to enable the existing GEOS Python bindings. 
     32 * We have been developing using [http://geos.refractions.net/ GEOS] 3.0.0RC4, and have not tested using GEOS 2.x.  Despite the "RC" nomenclature, 3.0.0RC4 is quite stable, and will be renamed to 3.0.0 after FOSS4G. 
     33   * ''See'' Mateusz Loskot (GEOS lead developer), [http://lists.refractions.net/pipermail/geos-devel/2007-August/002936.html Note about GEOS 3.0.0 release]. 
     34 * !GeoDjango has its own GEOS {{{ctypes}}} wrapper; you do ''not'' need to enable the existing GEOS Python bindings. 
    3435   * {{{ctypes}}} comes standard with Python 2.5.  If you run Python 2.4, {{{ctypes}}} may be [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=71702&package_id=71318 downloaded here] 
    3536 * Configure, make, and install. 
     
    105106=== Introduction === 
    106107 
    107 These instructions will cover using binary packages to install GeoDjango on Windows 2000/XP platforms.  Compiling prerequisite packages (''e.g.'', GEOS) from source on Windows is beyond the scope of this documentation, as it assumes the use of community-built binary installers. 
     108These instructions will cover using binary packages to install !GeoDjango on Windows 2000/XP platforms.  Compiling prerequisite packages (''e.g.'', GEOS) from source on Windows is beyond the scope of this documentation, as it assumes the use of community-built binary installers. 
    108109 
    109110That said, here are some additional program recommendations that, while not required, make your Python experience in Windows less painful: