[Qgis-developer] (no subject)

Tim Sutton tim at linfiniti.com
Fri Jan 26 02:05:53 EST 2007


As Martin suggested its probably easiest to copy and paste and
existing plugin directory (.e.g. north arrow plugin) and then just
rename the classes / reimplement the application logic. At some stage
in the future I hope to integrate a small plugin builder into the gui
and make it work with python bindings, but I have not exact idea when
I will get time to do this.

For writing new grass modules there is a tutorial on the qgis wiki here:


Also if you use the wiki search function for 'grass' you will find
further helpful advice.

Can I gently nudge you once again to read this:


In particular its good to put a subject line in your mails to the list
so the messages can be properly threaded.



On 1/22/07, sijan ahamed <sijan4u at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Thanx a lot for ur reply.....
> I would like to add new plugins to QGIS 0.8 on windows platform.And also
> wish to bring grass modules on grass tools plugin to tool bar for
> userfriendly.
> How should i proceed?
> I read many blog sites,but am not getng correct path...
> Hope you can help me...
> sijan
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> jaan
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