[Qgis-developer] GGL2 - QGIS integration
etourigny.dev at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 07:08:19 PDT 2012
In case of linux systems, I would think that most (if not all)
installations include java, so it's not that much of a requirement.
It might be more complicated in the case of windows and mac.
It would be interesting to have a separate qgis-framework package (or
similar name) that includes sextante and its dependencies and modules
That way you can install qgis without these requirements.
On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 9:56 AM, Tim Sutton <lists at linfiniti.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 1:05 PM, G. Allegri <giohappy at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Are there any plans to make a C++ or Python port of GGL? From looking
>>> at the website it looks like the user will need java on their system
>>> to use it?
>> AFAIU the plan are to keep it in Java, at now. The QGis integration idea
>> 1 - a plugin to "serve" QGis as a GIS to GGL2 (read/load layers)
>> 2 - (if they're will be foundings) run GGL2 commands from Sextante.
>> It would be nice to have a C++/Python porting, but it would require a lot of
>> coding, I suppose...
> I guess its obvious why I asked, but in case it isn't, GGL seems
> really cool, like something that we should ship with QGIS and SEXTANTE
> but the java depency will probably always relegate it to a non-bundled
> functionality (unless we can get broad agreement to make java a
> dependency on your system when installing QGIS).
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