[Qgis-developer] SAGA Interface
giohappy at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 11:02:45 EDT 2011
You're right Camilo,
python-saga bindings are available in source, as ready-to-use batch commands
(saga_api_to_python_linux.sh and saga_api_to_python_win.bat):
to compile them through SWIG
It means we have to provide them along the QGis-SAGA plugin by ourselves
2011/3/31 Camilo Polymeris <cpolymeris at gmail.com>
> > Sorry to insist, but I think this is not a good choice. We already had
> > experiance with several non-core C++ plugins, some of them extremely
> > useful, and all of them are essentially unavailable to users. On the
> > hand, it is probably unfeasible to add a dependency on SAGA.
> What I don't understand is: we'd have the same problems using python.
> There are, as far as I know, no Python-saga packages.
> Debian's libsaga, for instance, does *not* include python bindings.
> That means we'd have to compile & ship the python-saga binding
> ourselves, anyway. Or am I missing something?
> Are you, Gianluca, using the command-line interface to saga or the
> python bindings? That former is very interesting as a compile-free
> option, but ultimately is limited to certain tasks and to having
> saga_cmd installed. Both options (command line and API) are not
>  http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/amd64/libsaga/filelist
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