[Qgis-developer] gsoc 2012

G. Allegri giohappy at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 13:31:11 EDT 2012

Paolo, SEXTANTE for QGis will be completely in Python, as you can see from
the code in source.
As Victor said, the algorithms hasn't been imported. He has reproduced the
"abstraction" of SEXTANTE, and at the moment the only algorithms that have
been imported are third-party (like fTools) and the bindings to SAGA and


2012/3/21 Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>

> Il 21/03/2012 18:18, G. Allegri ha scritto:
>> Ok, that's what I supposed. We're talking about two different things:
>> your framework and  the "geoprocessing framework" that started some time
>> ago. I don't know if Camilo (or others) are still working actively on that.
>> I can imagine that your experience with the "abstraction level"
>> development for SEXTANTE will be an important plus to the development of
>> such a framework... And I hope the development will converge on one of the
>> twos, otherwise it would a waste of resources.
>>  The main problem I see is that sextante is in java, and I believe it
> will be very difficult to introduce such an heavy dependency.
> All the best.
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> Paolo Cavallini
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