[Qgis-developer] color ramp shader in python
ersts at amnh.org
Thu Jan 22 14:31:57 EST 2009
Martin Dobias wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 3:52 PM, Barry Rowlingson
> <b.rowlingson at lancaster.ac.uk> wrote:
>> 2009/1/22 Martin Dobias <wonder.sk at gmail.com>:
>>> does this mean that you just need to wrap QgsColorRampShader class and
>>> you're done? If so, I can wrap it.
>> Not sure. It may also need the objects mentioned here:
>> so I would be able to create a QgsColorRampShader and ten call
>> setColorRampItemList, which means I need ColorRampItem as well...
> It looks like a bunch of raster classes have been forgotten to be wrapped...
That would be my fault. I had them wrapped at one time but was having
some troubles getting them to compile, so they got set aside, then time
just slipped away. I am looking through my notes trying to recall why
there was a problem, but I am not seeing it.
I think the color ramp shader class may need more accessors for it to
work from python, I am not thrilled with the use of the QLists but I
kinda just expanded upon what was already there.
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