GSoC 2011 weekly report #3

This week, I worked on trying to get Android.mk files working, it looks like using the Android Toolchain standalone (I found in the docs how to use it cleanly) was more fruity, I started working on cross compiling GDAL and it looks not too bad. Using makefiles got me to more compile mistakes than anything else. Next week I’ll discuss with Marco what we should do (use android.mk or not). The plan for next week Read more…

GSoC 2011 weekly report #2

This week I managed to crosscompile PROJ 4.7.0 and created installer scripts for it and for GEOS, which gets to the linking step. but then stops due to the absence of STL in android. diggig into the problem I discovered (I’m almost ashamed) that the NDK docs explains how to deal with that problem (big RTFD to myself). So now I’m carefully reading the NDK docs and started experimenting with ndk_build script. Next week I Read more…

GSoC 2011 weekly report #1

all, this week i leaped more int the cross compile realm. Geos almost done and started with proj4. I updated my necessitas infrastructure to necessitas v 0.2 and we decide to target android 3.0 which is optimized for tablets. I havent updated the wiki yet since i’ve been (and still am) mainly offline at the moment. On the dev list of Qgis tere have been interesting discussions about the needs of qgis mobile. Pity they Read more…

GSoC 2011 weekly report #0

so the first (almost) week Is over. In this week I couldn’t do much since yesterday I finally graduated. Any how I managed to squeeze into the week some work (together with stuff I had done the previous week).I finished setting up everything and I got a first Qt test application running on android. furthermore I started looking into which libraries need to be ported.I created a Wiki page [0] wiki page and a github Read more…

QGIS Globe runs in Trunk

Thanks to Marco Hugentobler’s idea of using Mutex, QGIS Globe now runs in Trunk, i just created a dev branch at https://github.com/mbernasocchi/Quantum-GIS/tree/mutex-globe and updated the installer script at http://www.opengis.ch/2010/12/01/qgis-globe-plugin-installer-script/ (I haven’t tried it yet but it should work) Cheers Marco

GSoC 2011 – I'm in

Guess what appeared inmy inbox at 20.59 today!? Dear Marco, Congratulations! Your proposal “QGIS Mobile” as submitted to “OSGeo – Open Source Geospatial Foundation” has been accepted for Google Summer of Code 2011. Over the next few days, we will add you to the private Google Summer of Code Student Discussion List. Over the next few weeks, we will send instructions to this list regarding turn in proof of enrollment, tax forms, etc. Now that Read more…

QGIS Anwendertag, 6.5., HSR Rapperswil

Am Freitag dem 6. Mai, findet an der Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil das 2. deutschsprachige QGIS Anwendertreffen statt. Quantum GIS (oder kurz QGIS) ist ein benutzerfreundliches Open Source Desktop- und Server-GIS welches sich einer stark wachsenden Anwendergruppe erfreut. Sie finden Infos zu QGIS unter www.qgis.org Nach dem erfolgreichen ersten deutschsprachigen QGIS Anwendertreffen am 21.4.2010 in Bern findet das zweite deutschsprachige QGIS-Anwendertreffen an der HSR in Rapperswil statt. Alle aktuellen Infos zur Veranstaltung, wie auch zur Read more…

QGis plugins: Multiview and ScattergramIdentify

hi All, If you deal with multivariate, multitemporal and cyclic raster data you might find interesting my multiview plugin. See screenshot of what can be done in terms of different visualizations below. The code still has some minor glitches but it is very well usable (and stable). As well here there is an improved version of scattergramm plugin that allows you to select points (or clusters on the scattergramm and have them plotted on your Read more…