[osgeo4w-dev] Proposing OrfeoToolbox integration in OSGeo4W
matt.wilkie at gov.yk.ca
Tue Oct 18 13:49:02 EDT 2011
I'm sure Orfeo will be a welcome addition, especially with the developer
team committed to ongoing maintainance.
I'm happy to answer any packaging questions I'm able to, fire when
ready. I admit the packaging instructions take a few passes to
Someone will need to create a user for you so you can upload to the
repository. Speaking of which, can someone please provide a list of o4w
admins and their coverage of their responsibilty so we know who to ask
for what? thanks! I started a page for this at
Information Management and Technology
Yukon Department of Environment
10 Burns Road * Whitehorse, Yukon * Y1A 4Y9
867-667-8133 Tel * 867-393-7003 Fax
On 18/10/2011 6:06 AM, Julien Malik wrote:
> Hi all,
> Following a recent announcement , the Orfeo Toolbox can now be
> interfaced with Qgis in an easily maintainable way.
> I compiled the set of necessary binaries as an osgeo4w-friendly package,
> that is, a ZIP which can be unpacked in OSGeo4W installation tree and
> provide support for OTB within QGis.
> As said in the mail, the package can be found at , and is nightly
> generated (starting today). It is a set of DLL, plus a Python 2.5 module
> (swig generated).
> It is not linked to QGis directly (the glue is in python), but uses a
> lot of libraries/software already available in OSGeo4W (gdal, tiff,
> geotiff, jpeg, swig, pyhon25...). The same binaries can be used with
> both the release and the dev version of Qgis.
> The ultimate solution for providing those binaires to our windows users
> would be a real integration into OSGeo4W.
> I would very much like to hear the opinion of people here about this.
> If the community is OK to proceed for such integration, then we can
> further study how it can be done cleanly (I'm a newbie to OSGeo4W
> packaging, so I have several questions...). We also have other
> OTB-related softwares that would strongly benefit an integration in OSGeo4W.
> We, the Orfeo Toolbox developer team, would be of course available for
> maintaining the packages in the long term.
> Looking forward to read your opinion,
>  http://lists.osgeo.org/pipermail/qgis-developer/2011-October/016275.html
>  http://www.orfeo-toolbox.org/packages/nightly/latest/
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