[Qgis-developer] gsoc 2012
giohappy at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 12:51:41 EDT 2012
My idea was to start translating (as a free time exercise) some of the
native SEXTANTE algorithms to Qgis.
Is SEXTANTE for Qgis meant to be run under the processing framework, or it
will be kept also as an indepenent plugin?
2012/3/21 Victor Olaya <volayaf at gmail.com>
> I am changing a lot of things now (plenty of small ideas!), so it
> might be unstable, but as I said, I hope to have it ready soon.
> The QGIS community is very active and gives a lot of feedback, much
> more, in my opinion, than what you can find with gvSIG or other GISs
> currently using SEXTANTE, so I am very excited about this.
> The only difference is that in QGIS there will no be native SEXTANTE
> algorithms, but just third party ones, so I am focusing on the
> processing framework itself.
> El día 21 de marzo de 2012 16:28, G. Allegri <giohappy at gmail.com>
> > Wow Victor! I was thinking about it since a month... and it's already
> > there!
> > I'm already inside the GC svn to see the nice things you produced ;)
> > Thanks!
> > giovanni
> > 2012/3/21 Victor Olaya <volayaf at gmail.com>
> >> Just a quick comment that might be interesting related to that topic.
> >> I am about to release the first version of the SEXTANTE platform for
> >> QGIS. It contains a toolbox, a graphical modeler, script creator
> >> (creation of new algorithms from scripts), a batch processing
> >> interface, history, and much more. It currently supports SAGA, GRASS
> >> and R algorithm (R scripts), and I have also added some built-in QGIS
> >> processes (the ftools ones and the mmqgis ones). Creation of new
> >> algorithms and new providers it is rather easy.
> >> If you are familiar with the SEXTANTE processing framework, it is
> >> basically the same thing, with some added new things and improvements.
> >> I wanted to wait a bit more until it is more or less stable, but since
> >> I see some action in the QGIS processing area, I think it is worth
> >> mentioning it now, so you can consider it.
> >> Anyway, for those interested, source code of the QGIS SEXTANTE plugin
> >> is available in the SEXTANTE SVN at googlecode, and as I said, a first
> >> version will probably be released soon. A help manual is also almost
> >> finished, with around 40 pages describing the framework
> >> Regards
> >> El día 21 de marzo de 2012 15:15, Paolo Cavallini
> >> <cavallini at faunalia.it> escribió:
> >> > Il 21/03/2012 12:59, Alexander Bruy ha scritto:
> >> >>
> >> >> So, the idea is to extend ProcessingFramework with new
> >> >> backends, with main focus on HPGL library  which is
> >> >> very handy for analysis. Also this work may include other
> >> >> backends, for example GDAL.
> >> >>
> >> >> Any opinions and comments?
> >> >
> >> > I think, the more backends the better. However, there is still some
> >> > important work to be done on the framework itself, as Martin has
> >> > out.
> >> > Please consider also the availability of packages for the backend for
> >> > all
> >> > major platforms, as this has proved to be a serious hindrance.
> >> > All the best.
> >> >
> >> > --
> >> > Paolo Cavallini
> >> > See: http://www.faunalia.it/pc
> >> >
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