[Qgis-developer] Cad-Input for QGIS prototype
Carlos López PSIG
carlos.lopez at psig.es
Mon Feb 3 05:28:17 PST 2014
Hi Olivier and everyone,
I watched the video, this plugin sound good!
I've been testing this plugin,
My computer: Window s 7 SP1 and 64 bits!
I have two comment:
1- When enable the plugin I can't use the pan pressing the space keyboard
2- Don't work block de distance
Thanks for merging the differents plugins editing.
* <http://www.psig.es> *
*Carlos López Quintanilla*
carlos.lopez at psig.es
2014-01-30 Alexandre Neto <senhor.neto at gmail.com>:
> Very nice work! I'm still finding all I can do with it, but for what I
> have seen it's alredy proven to be very usefull!
> Thanks alot!
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 11:39 AM, Olivier Dalang <olivier.dalang at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Hi !
>> Ok the plugin is published in the repo (with a nice icon for the occasion
>> ;) ) ! Champagne !
>> I wanted to say that if you need a hand on implementing things in the
>>> API, I can help. Although I am by far not the most advanced programmer
>>> around, I am truly interested by your development. And I'm somehow in
>>> charge of the map tools ;)
>> *Help on the API is more than welcome ! (I'm too much of a newbie in C++
>> to do any serious work).*
>> *I'd say the C and D improvements suggested in the readme are the easiest
>> and could be a good point to start.*
>> *The E improvement (an UI improvement rather than API improvement) would
>> be welcome also (and be appreciated beyond the scope of this plugin).*
>> *I'm not sure if the A use useful, but it should be easy to implement and
>> may be useful to other plugins.*
>> *B would probably require more work (refactoring every single map tool,
>> unless we integrate the snapping hack as a default implementation, which I
>> think is a very bad idea).*
>> *I'd say before doing something like this, it could be a nice idea to
>> think about the point I made in my last post about a more rigid base class
>> for mapTools.*
>> Do you have a build environment? If so, while in the feature freeze
>>> period, we could work on a different branch.
>> *Yes, so testing another branch is no problem.*
>> By the way, was that a paid development or personal initiative?
>> *It is a personal initiative (i'm of course open to post-work sponsoring
>> ;) ).*
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