[Qgis-developer] Layer loading after analyses
volayaf at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 13:21:55 PST 2012
That option is the defualt in SEXTATNE, it all goes to a temp file unless
you set a filename explicitly.
Maybe, as it was suggested, that could be added to some template of
guidelines doc, so other plugins could reuse the SEXTANTE component
handling that, and behave similarly.
2012/11/5 Lauri Kajan <lauri.kajan at gmail.com>
> +1 for #3 also.
> Maybe little bit off topic. But in many cases it would be enough to save
> the result as a memory layer.
> I find it distracting to save all the results as a shape files when I know
> that I don't need those after that phase.
> These memory layers could be automatically added to toc and after that it
> is also possible to save those to a disk.
> I admit that with large data sets this doesn't make sense. Maybe plugins
> could have an option to choose the output between memory or file.
> At least it sould be possible to save also to other formats than shape.
> On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>wrote:
>> Il 05/11/2012 20:45, Werner Macho ha scritto:
>> > And - what I already wanted to discuss at the HF in Essen - we need
>> > Plugin-Developer GUI (or better overall) Guidelines ..
>> > (How things should work, where "help" should be, where "about" should
>> > be and so on)
>> Agreed, and most of these things should go in the Plugin Builder.
>> Could you please open a ticket on this (unsure where, however)?
>> Paolo Cavallini - Faunalia
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