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I want to create an application platform based on PostGIS data. I read the documentation where I saw the prerequisite to install GEOS, GDAL and Proj4. The main problem is I am using windows platform. Can anybody refer me where I can get a full documentation on it to install PostGIS, GDAL, GEOS, Proj4 on windows with all their library? or is it possible to install all the library on windows?

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Which documentation did you read? –  R.K. Nov 14 '12 at 5:24
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You don't have to worry about any of those prerequisites when installing PostGIS on Windows. You just need to install the Postgresql installer for your platform. You can then launch the Application Stack Builder to install PostGIS.

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You can find more detailed installation instructions at the Boston GIS web site.

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I think R.K. answer is all you need, but if helps, I wrote a blog posts about installing and configuring PostGIS Raster on Windows

http://libregis.org/2011/03/10/how-to-install-and-configure-postgis-raster-on-windows/

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you can check out Portable GIS V3 which is newly released. the package contains what you need about GIS.

  • Desktop GIS packages QGIS (with GRASS plugin) version 1.8
  • FWTools (GDAL and OGR toolkit)
  • Apache2 and Php5
  • PostgreSQL (version 9.0)/Postgis (version 1.5)
  • Mapserver 5.6 and 6, OpenLayers.
  • Python 2.7
  • Loader- for loading gml such as Ordnance Survey Mastermap into a PostgreSQL Database
  • Utilities- portable firefox, pdf reader and text editor

port

i hope it helps you...

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