johann.sorel at geomatys.com
Thu Feb 6 00:41:18 PST 2014
I am not working of Puzzle-GIS at this time, the project is still on a
3.X version of geotoolkit,
Since the geotoolkit has a lot of changes between 3.x and 4.x I am
waiting for a 4.x release to upgrade the project.
Puzzle-GIS compare to udig,qgis,jump or others is a thin wrapper around
geotoolkit. it has a code base of only 20K lines of code, all processes
and widgets are those in Geotoolkit.
I you want to see the latest widgets, run :
It will open a small application with all the tools, style editors, data
connexions, geometry editors,... and so on...
On 05/02/2014 19:49, Martin Desruisseaux wrote:
> Hello Dieter
> Le 05/02/14 18:08, Dieter Stüken a écrit :
>> I found Puzzle-gis which looks very similar to our tool (even if the
>> development currently seems to stall).
> The developer is Johan Sorel, who is on this list. Maybe he can comment.
>> Playing around I got a problem with jsr-275 Unit for EPSG 9003[ft]:
>> Unit.toString() raises an IllegalArgumentException: Only integer
>> factors are supported in UCUM
>> Wrong version of jsr-275-0.9.3.jar? Will jsr-275 remain or will it be
>> replaced some day?
> JSR-275 has been rejected by the JCP, so this project is theoretically
> dead. However its former leader, Werner Keil, is considering to start
> a new JSR attempt. That would be the third! But he got support from
> various communities. I do not yet have a clear picture about the
> future, but the choices are:
> * Werner succeed in starting a new JSR, in which case I would keep
> the JSR-275 dependency unchanged until the new JSR has some
> prototype, in order to reduce compatibility break (assuming that
> the new JSR keep the javax.measure.unit package name).
> * We get confirmation that no JSR will be restarted, in which case I
> will replace all current JSR-275 dependency by a
> org.unitsofmeasurement interface with a custom implementation.
> Wermer's effort is ongoing right now, so I plan to wait a few months
> to see what come out. In the main time, we are forced to deal with
> current Unit using special cases like if (unit == NonSI.FOOT) symbol =
> "ft"; Of course this is not very convenient, but hopefully will be
> resolved some day.
>> Is there some roadmap about what is going on with geotoolkit,
>> geotoolkit-pending and sis?
> We have an issue with Apache's wiki lately, so I was not able to edit
> the Apache SIS wiki page. But the roadmap is:
> * Apache SIS 0.4 release candidate as soon as I have completed the
> two following tasks:
> o Support of WKT 2 (a.k.a. ISO 19162) formatting - this work is
> in progress right now
> o Review of the Shapefile datastore base started by an other
> * Release of Geotk 4.0-M1 milestone right after SIS 0.4 release.
> * Removal of deprecated Geotk classes that moved to Apache SIS.
> * New "port Geotk classes to SIS, then deprecate the ported Geotk
> classes" cycle. The next cycle toward Apache SIS 0.5 will include:
> o Map projections
> o EPSG database
> * At some point in the future (timeline not yet determined), Geotk
> and Geotk-pending will be merged in a single project.
>> SIS looks very promising. Moving towards immutable objects and using
>> Java7/JaxB is exactly what we did too last year.
>> (We even entered Java8 recently, Lambda is pure fun...)
> Thanks for the feedback :-). I also wish to start a JDK8 branch on SIS
> soon, hopefully after SIS 0.4 release.
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