[Qgis-developer] Python bindings news
wonder.sk at gmail.com
Thu Oct 19 22:38:03 EDT 2006
sure you can help. Python console can be improved greatly, some things
I have in mind currently:
- ability to load a python script and execute it
- multiple line commands (e.g. cycles)
- support for other commands than evalution (assignment doesn't work now)
- command history
But I'm not sure if using QScintilla is a good idea - it's yet another
dependency and I guess we can live well without it. Console is meant
to be a simple interface to python, not an interface with editor -
it's easier to use an external editor for editing a script and then
just import it in QGIS.
Or did you mean some other use with QScintilla?
On 10/20/06, Christoph Spoerri <cspoerri at cavtel.net> wrote:
> Nice job. I started to playing with a python scripting a month ago
> (using SIP). I can see that you accomplished quite a bit!
> Anyway I can help? I could try to tackel a more advanced python console.
> I was thinking of using QScintilla as an editor. Let me know.
> On Fri, 2006-10-20 at 03:44 +0200, Martin Dobias wrote:
> > Hi,
> > if you're interested in using qgis with python don't miss my post
> > regarding updates to the python bindings for QGIS:
> > http://blog.qgis.org/?q=node/29
> > Martin
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