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The GRASS 6.4.3Svn for Windows that i have in my machine does not have GDAL/OGR support. Is there any library (libgrass) for Windows to add into existing GRASS installation. If not, how to build or install GRASS with OSGEO4W installer including GDAL/OGR support?

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    Here's a similar question: gis.stackexchange.com/a/2279/4119. Did the OSGeo4W installer not work for you? If not, what when wrong? – katahdin Dec 23 '12 at 13:07
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    @katahdin - the question is not about installing GDAL/OGR with Python, but GDAL/OGR with Grass vector support which is not compiled in to GDAL/OGR by default and it doesn't look like it's included in OSGeo4W. – user2856 Dec 23 '12 at 20:27
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    @Sanjeewa - I haven't edited your question in case I have misinterpreted your meaning, but I assume based on your previous question that you mean: The version of GDAL/OGR for Windows that I have installed does not have GRASS vector support. Is there a GRASS driver plugin for Windows to add to an existing GDAL/OGR installation. If not, how to build or install GDAL/OGR from OSGEO4W including GRASS support? – user2856 Dec 23 '12 at 20:34
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    @katahdin - the question is not about installing GRASS which is available in OSGeo4W, but Grass vector support for GDAL/OGR. As per gdal.org/ogr/ogr_formats.html Grass vector support is not compiled in to GDAL/OGR by default and it doesn't look like it's included in OSGeo4W. – user2856 Dec 23 '12 at 22:39
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    When you install GRASS from OSGeo4W you should certainly have GDAL/OGR support. What did you try in GRASS that makes you think GDAL/OGR is not available? Did you test first with the stable 6.4.3RC3 ?? – Micha Dec 24 '12 at 14:30
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You need the GDAL-GRASS plugin to be additionally installed.

For OSGeo4W, see the package info at

http://download.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/release/grass/gdal-grass/

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