For 64 bit Windows there is a binary installer available in the download section. There is also an outdated version for 32 bit Windows. To get up-to-date 32 bit binaries it needs someone maintaining it.
If you want to compile QMapShack for Windows have a look at "Compiling and Building QMapShack for Windows" in the source tree.
A binary bundle is available in the download section. The binary is build with compatibility for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and later. The build is done with the Xcode 7.0.1 and tested on OS-X 10.10.5 (Yosemite) and partly on OS-X 10.11 (El Capitan).
The application can also be installed through cask (homebrew addition). Installing homebrew and cask, if not already done:
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" brew install caskroom/cask/brew-cask
Installing QMapShack (latest provided version):
brew cask install qmapshack
Update QMapShack to the latest version:
brew cask install qmapshack --force
Check out your distribution's package system. Probably there is a binary package already.
From distribution's package system
Many distributions come with a prebuilt version of QMapShack.
Installing via official repository is the preferred way of installing QMapShack. Below a (non-exhaustive) list of Linux Distributions shipping QMapShack:
Refer to your distribution's manual on how to install packages using the package system.
To compile QMapShack, you need to have installed:
- Qt5 (at least 5.8)
- Routino (at least 3.1)
- a C++ compiler (supporting C++11)
Prefer installing those dependencies via the distribution's package system. You also need to install the development packages in order to build QMapShack
Click here for additional instructions about how to install on Ubuntu 14.04.
Obtaining the Source
The latest stable release can be downloaded here. You have to download and unpack the *tar.gz files.
If you want to use the cutting edge you need Mercurial to access the repository. A GUI for Mercurial is TortoiseHg.
Keep in mind: The cutting edge may be less stable and/or contain bugs
Clone the QMapShack repo into a folder QMapShack by executing:
hg clone https://bitbucket.org/maproom/qmapshack QMapShack
To update the code to the cutting edge change to the folder
QMapShack and execute:
hg pull hg update
Compiling and Installing
Create a new directory
build_QMapShack parallel to the source directory (if it does not yet exist)
cd build_QMapShack cmake ../QMapShack make
And install the application with:
sudo make install