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A library to manipulate KML 2.2 OGC standard files - development files

This is a library for use with applications that want to parse, generate and operate on KML, a geo-data XML variant. It is an implementation of the OGC KML 2.2 standard. It is written in C++ and bindings are available via SWIG to Java and Python.

This package contains files required to build C/C++ programs which use the KML library.

Package version:1.3.0~r863-4.1


Welcome to libkml!

This is the source code for the libkml project. The main project page is at:

All of our documentation is on the project wiki:

The wiki contains documents that describe:
- An overview of the most recent release
- Building and running the code
- Running the unit tests
- A general API reference guide
- More det


These assume CURL 7.17.1 built and installed with all defaults:



Support for PHP in SWIG is still under development. If you would like to use
the SWIG-generated PHP5 wrapper file, you will first have to run our
tweak_generated_kmldom.php script. This will copy the generated kmldom.php
script from the build directory and apply two necessary fixes:
- namespace issues
- "empty" is a reserved keyword in PHP. SWIG will attempt to use this in
  its wrapping of the st


NOTE: This makes use of boost string routines which are not
in the libkml copy of boost.  Note the 


This is a wxWidgets-based application that uses the "regionator" library in

This current v


On Mac OSX this presumes configured with
--enable-monolithic and with def


libkml (1.3.0~r863-4.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non maintainer upload.
  * Fix build failure with


The project wiki contains a UserGuideXXX page that acts as both a quick guide
to the most recent rel

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