AW: [Qgis-user] Diagram branch - move to trunk or compile for
jabraham at ucalgary.ca
Mon Aug 11 11:16:02 EDT 2008
Hugentobler Marco wrote:
> Hi John,
> Unfortunately, it is not possible to merge the diagram branch to trunk because the feature freeze for 1.0 is very soon.
> I updated the diagram branch to contain the newest developments of trunk (until today) and compiled a windows binary:
This is fantastic, thanks.
But of course we eventually want it in the trunk! If there's anything I
can do to help, let me know.
> But it does not contain python and GRASS support. For the compilation of a comprehensive windows build, Marco Pasetti would be the person to ask.
I am not working with python and GRASS currently.
jabraham at ucalgary.ca
> Marco H.
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> Gesendet: Fr 08.08.2008 18:41
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> Betreff: [Qgis-user] Diagram branch - move to trunk or compile for Windows?
> I have a need for diagram symbology -- little pie charts or bar charts
> on top of each shape. This is present in the "Diagram Branch", that
> I've successfully checked out and built for MacOS. But it was a painful
> process for me, as a Java programmer, to compile a C program.
> I imagine I will have even more trouble trying to compile under Windows,
> since I'm even less of a Windows programmer than I am a C programmer.
> Has someone built (can someone build?) the Diagram Branch for Windows,
> and if so can they ship it to me?
> Or, even better, can it be integrated into the trunk now?
> Background: we're hoping to include QGIS (and PostgreSQL and PostGIS) in
> our standard distribution of PECAS, an open-source spatial economic
> simulation framework that state and local governments use to evaluate
> transportation infrastructure, transportation policy and land use
> regulations. Government agencies run two scenarios for 30 years with
> PECAS, and then want to look at the differences between the scenarios,
> and the trends through time, on a GIS. Bar charts are good for showing
> trends through time, and can also be good for showing two values (from
> two scenarios) side-by-side.
> John Abraham
> jabraham at ucalgary.ca
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