[Qgis-developer] Sextante test drive

Victor Olaya volayaf at gmail.com
Sat Apr 20 10:28:33 PDT 2013


You have convinced me: OTB and GRASS should be on the simplified list :-)

Now comes the hard part...classifying their algorithms...

I have already done it for OTB, since the names and groups are usable.
GRASS ones are clearly not...which means that we need not only to set
a group, but an alternative name for each GRASS module...

If anyone feels like helping, here is the link to a google spreadsheet
where the classification can be edited


Thanks in advance for your help!

2013/4/20 Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>:
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> Il 20/04/2013 17:24, William Kyngesburye ha scritto:
>> Just a note: I'll be bundling OTB and SAGA in the OS X package.  I already have
>> code in sextante to automatically find the bundled copies.
> Thank you so much for this. So, Victor, paths could be set up as defaults in all
> major platforms then, right?
>> Maybe I'll look again at Taudem.  I think when I looked at it a year ago I was put
>> off by Windows/Arc-centric nature of it.  ... ugh, just a quick browse of the
> Bad stuff, agreed. However, taudem has been properly packaged in Debian main, so I
> suppose it can be brought to a reasonable state.
> BTW, is it supported by an active community? Has anyone tried to contact the authors
> suggestiong at least some basic fix?
> Thanks again.
> All the best.
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