[Qgis-developer] Re: [GRASS-dev] current state of r.li
hamish_b at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 12 16:35:08 EST 2010
> As some of you know, the r.li suite of GRASS
> commands allows landscape analyses. Its
> interface is rather complex, and is still in
> TclTk, not ported to either wxpython or qgis. As
> such, it is now more difficult to use than it
> should be, and it will become unusable when TclTk
> support will be dropped.
> The possible solution (thanks Radim) is to rewrite
> the interface as a qgis python plugin. It should
> not be a huge work
I just looked at r.li.setup's .tcl files. it is some
work but as you say not a huge amount to port it to
another GUI frontend. (circa one dozen functions,
~1000 lines of code)
there is no reason to only do qgis or wxPython, we
should do both!
the bigger issue for r.li was r.li.daemon et al
using UNIXisms which didn't work on MS Windows..
but IIRC Glynn already fixed that in grass7?
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