[Live-demo] new packages

Alex Mandel tech_dev at wildintellect.com
Fri Jan 29 08:52:15 PST 2010


Can you also make sure to include the OpenStreetMap plugin in that bundle.


Massimo Di Stefano wrote:
> Hi All,
> please apologize me,  i tried to be present at the irc meeting but i had "time" problems.
> i'm following allt the svn logs, as i can see i need to :
> update the tarball  "qgis plug-in" and check if any dependencies is needed.
> now that we have ossimplanet installed i'll try to see if the gdal-ossim plug-in works as aspected
> so i can add 2 simple scripts to work with ossimplanet+grass
> i'll try all the stuff locally as soon as possible,
> when ready i'll sent a message to the list.
> ciao!
> Massimo.
> Il giorno 29/gen/2010, alle ore 08.04, Hamish ha scritto:
>> Hi,
>> I thought I'd mention some new packages I've added to the build list:
>> install_gmt.sh		The Generic Mapping Tools (cartography) + eg + docs
>> install_octave.sh	Octave "works in a manner not dissimilar to Matlab"
>> 			+ mapping toolbox. for powerful raster array calcs
>> install_opencpn.sh	GPS navigation software compatible with industry
>> 			standard BSB and S-57 data (mainly in the US where
>> 			that data is both free from NOAA and not encrypted).
>> 			* Example of click-thru licence agreement method
>> 			  included with sample data. (fairly benign terms)
>> install_osm.sh		Some OpenStreetMap editing tools (need help w/ docs!)
>> all are less than ~ 30mb, but the sample OpenCPN data is ~70mb (can be
>> culled to fewer maps if needed)
>> Hamish
>> ps- the 9.10 Ubuntu CD installed on a USB disk (using the Admin menu tool)
>> is working quite well for testing scripts.

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