Upgrading

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=== Maybe do a backup ===
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If you need to upgrade geoqo from a previous version, you may want to first back up your default database:
 
If you need to upgrade geoqo from a previous version, you may want to first back up your default database:
  
 
   cp $HOME/.geoqo/dbs/geoqo $HOME/.geoqo/dbs/geoqo.bak
 
   cp $HOME/.geoqo/dbs/geoqo $HOME/.geoqo/dbs/geoqo.bak
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=== Extracting the source ===
  
 
Then, get the new source package and extract it (in this example, we'll assume command line zip):
 
Then, get the new source package and extract it (in this example, we'll assume command line zip):
  
 
   unzip geoqo-0.5.zip
 
   unzip geoqo-0.5.zip
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=== Building and installing ===
  
 
Then build it:
 
Then build it:

Revision as of 02:49, 23 February 2007

Maybe do a backup

If you need to upgrade geoqo from a previous version, you may want to first back up your default database:

 cp $HOME/.geoqo/dbs/geoqo $HOME/.geoqo/dbs/geoqo.bak

Extracting the source

Then, get the new source package and extract it (in this example, we'll assume command line zip):

 unzip geoqo-0.5.zip

Building and installing

Then build it:

 cd geoqo-0.5
 perl Makefile.PL
 make
 make install

On windows, you need to use nmake instead:

 cd geoqo-0.5
 perl Makefile.PL
 nmake
 nmake install
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