[Qgis-developer] gsoc 2012

G. Allegri giohappy at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 17:05:06 EDT 2012

I have given a look to the code. Amazing work Victor!
As soon as you stabilize it I will surely test it. Let us know ;)


2012/3/21 G. Allegri <giohappy at gmail.com>

> 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
> Grass.
> giovanni
> 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.
>> --
>> Paolo Cavallini
>> See: http://www.faunalia.it/pc
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