RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] How to use DXF and GeoTools?
roybraam at b3partners.nl
Sun Feb 21 23:55:40 PST 2010
We created a dxf datastore for geotools but didn't submitted it to the geotools project yet. Because it's not fully tested. Perhaps this is a good moment to submit it? If you ask the same question on the geotools list (bcc to me) i'll answer with a link to the source download. Perhaps it will be added to the geotools project then.
From: Landon Blake [mailto:lblake at ksninc.com]
To: OSGeo Discussions [mailto:discuss at lists.osgeo.org]
Sent: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 17:10:45 +0100
Subject: RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] How to use DXF and GeoTools?
This type of question would be better for the Geotools user or developer mailing list:
I don’t remember Geotools having direct support for DXF. Perhaps one of the Geotools programmers can respond. Otherwise, I would ask on the Geotools mailing list.
I know that OpenJUMP has a couple of DXF import plug-ins, so you could look at that source code. You might also check out the open source Java library for DXF files named Kabeja:
Kabeja doesn’t directly support conversion of DXF entities to a simple feature representation, but this could be done with some work. If you decide to use Kabeja to create simple GIS features, please let me know. This is something I am interested in implementing and we might be able to work together on a simple library. If Geotools doesn’t already have something similar I would be willing to submit it for approval as a module.
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From: discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org [mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Tomas Cea
Sent: Friday, February 19, 2010 4:52 AM
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Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] How to use DXF and GeoTools?
i've been completed my subscription few minutes ago in order to ask about DXF and GeoTools.
I would like to develop a GIS which gets DXF and manage this with differents objects.
I would like to use GeoTools, but I don't know how to load a DXF into a Java Object.
Is that possible with GeoTools? How can I do that?
I'm grateful for some key or solution.
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