giohappy at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 05:33:23 EDT 2009
I forward your request to the list, as you probably have submitted it only
Anyway I think you shouldn't have problems to compile it under your
platforms, the usual way it's done for the other plugins, as the CmakeLists
is provided in the svn.
2009/10/21 Barend Köbben <kobben at itc.nl>
> When can we expect a multi-platform verison...?
> On 20-10-09 19:16, "G. Allegri" <giohappy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Compliments for the plugin. I've just tried it. It works very well and I
> > it's really useful.
> > Thank you very much!
> > Giovanni
> > 2009/10/20 Maxim Dubinin <sim at gis-lab.info>
> >> Hi all,
> >> a little announcement, we've made a new version of our plugin. It
> >> gives QGIS several tools for interacting with Google Earth. You can
> >> quickly send a feature or the whole layer to GE keeping current layer
> >> symbology or override it with your own one. Unique values and single
> >> symbol legends are supported.
> >> More info: http://gis-lab.info/qa/qgis2google-eng.html
> >> It is tested and working under Windows/OSGeo4W/trunk and source code is
> >> available
> >> for linux hackers.
> >> Maxim
> >> PS: I've recorded a video to have a look how it works, but it turned out
> >> to be huge (100 mb) and I couldn't compress it to more reasonable size.
> >> can still see
> >> it, if this is not a problem for you.
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