[Qgis-developer] Re: [Qgis-user] Announcing RoadGraph plugin
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Thu Jan 27 16:37:46 EST 2011
I tried to test the plugin tonight (Ubuntu 10.10) - I see the
roadgraph dock, click on the start and end points on my road network,
but nothing happens when I click the compute button. Am I missing
2011/1/17 Sergey Yakushev <yakushevs at list.ru>:
> Mon, 17 Jan 2011 15:59:30 +0100 письмо от Marco Hugentobler <marco.hugentobler at sourcepole.ch>:
>> Hi all
>> Looks like a very useful tool. +1 for inclusion into trunk.
>> Sergey, would you be available as a maintainer for the roadgraph plugin?
> Yes, I do.
>> In future, it would also be good to move the non-gui routing code to the
>> analysis library (such that plugins could reuse it if they want to embed
>> routing functionality).
> In future, I use boost graph library for more graph algorithms and I will implement get graph from polygonal layer.
>> Am Freitag, 14. Januar 2011, um 18.54:29 schrieb Alexander Bruy:
>> > Hi all
>> > We pleased to announce the RoadGraph plugin for QGIS.
>> > It's a C++ plugin for finding shortest path between two points
>> > on roads graph. Any polyline layer can be used as roads layer e.g.
>> > shapefiles from OSM.
>> > Additional information can be found at GIS-Lab
>> > http://gis-lab.info/qa/road-graph.html
>> > at this time only in Russian, sorry. We're working on English
>> > description.
>> > Screenshot of the plugin in action
>> > http://gis-lab.info/images/road-graph-04.png
>> > Binary files available both for Windows and Linux:
>> > Windows http://svn.gis-lab.info/road-graph/binary/roadgraphplugin.dll
>> > Linux http://svn.gis-lab.info/road-graph/binary/libroadgraphplugin.so
>> > MD5 sums:
>> > 888c0ddf08384dde45a7e16ffeee6f8c roadgraphplugin.dll
>> > f48a317381c8d0ef5098f1918f835ca9 libroadgraphplugin.so
>> > Thanks
>> Dr. Marco Hugentobler
>> Sourcepole - Linux & Open Source Solutions
>> Churerstrasse 22, CH-8808 Pf?ffikon SZ, Switzerland
>> marco.hugentobler at sourcepole.ch http://www.sourcepole.ch
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