[Qgis-developer] how to distribute Processing modules?
volayaf at gmail.com
Sun Sep 15 02:48:31 PDT 2013
There is a project going on now for creating a platform for sharing
resources. in QGIS. Models are clearly a good item to share in there.
I am lookng for example models to add to Processing so if you can send
them to me I can add them in the "[example models] category. They will
be useful for other people to study them and run them. I think this is
the best way of distributing them. If the number of example models is
high I might even classify them differently.
2013/9/15 Ricardo Filipe Soares Garcia da <ricardo.garcia.silva at gmail.com>:
> Sorry for the noise, but this message's title should say 'how to distribute
> Processing models' instead of modules...
> On Sun, Sep 15, 2013 at 2:39 AM, Ricardo Filipe Soares Garcia da
> <ricardo.garcia.silva at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi list
>> I am building a plugin for Processing (former Sextante). Besides the
>> GeoAlgorithms, I'd like to include some ready-made models along with the
>> Is this feasible? How to do it?
>> I am currently using a 'models' subdir under my plugin's code with the
>> It seems I should be able to register the models with processing's own
>> ModelerAlgorithmProvider, but I am missing something
>> # python code
>> alg = ModelerAlgorithm()
>> modeler_provider = Processing.modeler
>> When running the above from the Python console I get no errors. But the
>> Processing Toolbox does not show my models.
>> What am I missing?
>> Is there another way to do this? Is including models in plugins a nice way
>> of distributing them? In this case it seems like a good thing, beacuse I
>> want to provide some examples on how the plugin can be used.
>> Best regards
>> ___________________________ ___ __
>> Ricardo Garcia Silva
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