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introducer=7577819&t=1237977711&s=2076a7c01f8aac754018de0[email protected]...&data=f OAMv LUFCqx Ysd8h4Lnfmk UD3Jbo We WSCy Xf ZBMLIR5SMYj Kv Uu Gq2l8PARK9b Gkhrd Nw Gx Dpg2h5Fi TW/MI3XQKw8Q6OUQu Zne Eah Pg ECJta Y/m M7ir RELXCv6t Wpu7batw JQ8Rj SNy M7l URl NLFlr0Cptf ZU30Se Krs Ycm2fw=" target="_blank" Giovanni 2008/02/29 - Since many asked for it, the JGrass team finally releases a prealpha JGrass package.
introducer=7577819&t=1237977711&s=2076a7c01f8aac754018de0[email protected]...&data=f OAMv LUFCqx Ysd8h4Lnfmk UD3Jbo We WSCy Xf ZBMLIR5SMYj Kv Uu Gq2l8PARK9b Gkhrd Nw Gx Dpg2h5Fi TW/MI3XQKw8Q6OUQu Zne Eah Pg ECJta Y/m M7ir RELXCv6t Wpu7batw JQ8Rj SNy M7l URl NLFlr0Cptf ZU30Se Krs Ycm2fw=" target="_blank"Dear all, I've a question concerning the 3rd column of the peakflow output file. This is the first touchable result of a long time of heavy development to migrate the old JGrass functionalities into the new udig framework.
Cheers, Andrea 2008/02/29 - Since many asked for it, the JGrass team finally releases a prealpha JGrass package.
This is the first touchable result of a long time of heavy development to migrate the old JGrass functionalities into the new udig framework.
I really hope to see some of you in Merano, Andrea Hi all, since JGrass is heavily working towards the 3 version merging with udig, also the SVN structure will change, reflecting a bit more the professional behavior of udig.
The future structure will be: jgrass3.0 |-- branches # for future branches and parallel projects |-- docs # for documentation |-- tags # versions |-- trunk # the development version |-- community # a folder for community playground |-- moovida # moovida's plugins until they are not ready to go trunk By this weekend everything else apart of the last jgrass version (jgrassrevolutions) will be history, in fact SVN history and will always be available, but will be removed from the main svn view in order to gain a bit more order and less scatteredness.
Would sincerely appreciate any advice or discussion, Doug Doug Bruggeman Visiting Assistant Professor Michigan State University Skype: dougbrugg 513-304-2300 [email protected]
Dear friends, dear colleagues, sorry for crossposting.
For organizing purposes we need that the persons currently defined as "interested", move one step forward and give some further information, in order to get an approximate number of people attending the sprint. Please also take a look and contribute to the wishlist page: Regarding the "mapping Sunday" we are not yet sure that this will be feasible, since we are missing someone with the competences to prepare this properly. For further info we will update the wiki page at: and post just to the osgeo discuss list.Also the new website and trackers, based on the Savane engine, are on their first run at the Free Software Center.If this release has been possible, then only throught the great u Dig community that accepted us and gave us every needed help. Welcome to the new JGrass prealpha, the leap year edition!! Soon also this mailinglists will be migrated to the new ones.The GRASS commands that are left out are those that need mouse interaction. The good thing is that you will be able to hire developers that have knowledge in the IBM framework, the eclipse rcp, and that one is well documented. JGrass could indeed be a good choice for you then, since we are aiming to enhance the console engine that has the main target to script groups of operations and also chain them and lots of other nice stuff.Anyway there are two big players that give support in the states (and probably more that I do not know), with whom we are in contact: The coordinators and maintainers of udig, which btw are based in Canada: And the openplans guys that are based in New York: Hope that was of help. If you need to talk through skype or similar, we can arrange it. We are at the current time in a transition phase towards a much better JGrass and most things would also be available to developers, if needed. Take a look at this presentation, it should give you an idea: