[GRASS-dev] [GRASS-SVN] r62845 - in grass/trunk/scripts: . d.shadedmap r.shadedmap
Michael.Barton at asu.edu
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Probably nothing to be done about this since r.shaded.relief goes back a long time. But a more sensible renaming would have the script now called r.chaded.relief renamed to simply r.relief. Then the modules that drape a colored map onto a relief map could be called x.shaded.relief, x.shadedrelief, or something like that.
On Nov 28, 2014, at 1:31 AM, grass-dev-request at lists.osgeo.org<mailto:grass-dev-request at lists.osgeo.org> wrote:
From: Vaclav Petras <wenzeslaus at gmail.com<mailto:wenzeslaus at gmail.com>>
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To: Martin Landa <landa.martin at gmail.com<mailto:landa.martin at gmail.com>>
Date: November 27, 2014 at 8:18:51 PM MST
Subject: Re: [GRASS-dev] [GRASS-SVN] r62845 - in grass/trunk/scripts: . d.shadedmap r.shadedmap
On Thu, Nov 27, 2014 at 12:15 PM, Martin Landa <landa.martin at gmail.com<mailto:landa.martin at gmail.com>> wrote:
2014-11-27 18:12 GMT+01:00 Markus Neteler <neteler at osgeo.org<mailto:neteler at osgeo.org>>:
> Then it should be renamed.
> We cannot add continuously new scripts with similar names...
You mean r.shaded.relief versus [dr].shadedmap?
r.shaded.relief should probably stay the same. [dr].shadedmap could be changed. I don't particularly like the name from the beginning but I didn't get any better idea than keeping the name [dr].shadedmap. There are just two ideas worth mentioning and they does not seem different enough. First is [dr].shade.rast(er) as in "put shade on raster" and the second is [dr].rast(er).shade which is inspired by d.vect.thematic or d.rast.arrow).
The possible combinations mentioned above are:
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