[Qgis-developer] Re: Scripting QGIS from the outside using Python
marco.hugentobler at sourcepole.ch
Tue Mar 20 03:33:56 EDT 2012
>What could we do that the C++ API is better covered by Python bindings?
You could add sip files.
>Would'nd it be wise to allow at least new code only being included in
>a stable QGIS version when there exists a corresponding Python bindig
In the case of the triangulation,
such a bureaucratic rule would successfully have kept away the code from
going into QGIS at all.
On 19.03.2012 21:42, Stefan Keller wrote:
> 2012/3/19 TheGeographer<dalura86 at googlemail.com>:
>> Marco Hugentobler-4 wrote
>>>> 2.)TIN creation with points
>>> This is possible with QGIS (DualEdgeTriangulation in qgis_analysis, used
>>> by interpolation plugin). There is however no python binding for it, so
>>> only accessible for C++ plugins.
>> Well this sounds very confusing to me :-(
>> Can you give me an advice how to develope this on the easiest way?
> I have no direct advice to you but a hint to the QGIS devs:
> What could we do that the C++ API is better covered by Python bindings?
> Would'nd it be wise to allow at least new code only being included in
> a stable QGIS version when there exists a corresponding Python bindig
> (.SIP file)?
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