[Liblas-devel] .NET bindings and Beta3
SteveH at myriax.com
Mon Sep 29 22:48:48 EDT 2008
Thanks for your prompt reply Martin, I will hold off a little while longer then and give a chance to complete your tests.
My main first step will be to use the LASReader to read in a LAS file. Writing can come later.
"WRT" means "with respect to".
I will watch this list to see when the .NET bindings are in a state that you feel is sufficient for me to get started on my integration.
From: Martin (OpenGeoMap) [mailto:martin at opengeomap.org]
Sent: Monday, 29 September 2008 5:45 PM
To: Steve Harwin
Cc: liblas-devel at mail.hobu.net
Subject: Re: [Liblas-devel] .NET bindings and Beta3
> What was the final decision WRT the .NET bindings that Martin was
> working on? I have been eagerly awaiting Beta3 as I thought it would
> include what I need to integrate libLAS into my .NET app. Did I miss
> something? Should I build from source?
What WRT is????.
In my job i use visual studio 2008 pro, but like you see i add a visual
2005 xpress solution to be more permisive with people.
Compile is very easy in this way.
Like you know monodevelop and visual studio now share the MSBuild system
and therefore you can compile it in linux also.
You can compile with MSBuild by console.
To compile the dotnet bindings you don´t need liblas support but you
will need add to the same folder than dotnet bindings the native library
if you want work....
I am trying use the same system than proj.NET, sharpmap or math.NET
but we need add support to autotools and NMake.
In the source code you have a CAPI.cs file. In this file you need modify
the line where you write the .DLL name for every liblas version.
> I have previously used LASTools and found it very helpful, so libLAS
> via c# would be even better.
> Thanks for all your efforts, once libLAS is integrated into Eonfusion
> we will be able to do a thorough test and I will let you know of any
Yesterday i was working in the bindings to complete mateus test with
NUNIT. I don´t believe by now you can do many things because i am doing
some changes in the API.
Liblas have much more work done than me because the C++ API have more time.
This week i hope have a nice screenshot with my complete NUNIT in green
color ;-) .
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