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It's not my plan; Markus can let us know more about the future of GRASS
development. From my side, I can tell working independently on different
tools for digitizing could only slow down the overall development pace,
and give the user too many different (ie confusing) alternatives.
Thus ideally, the progresses made for GRASS digitizing upstream should
be incorporated as much as possible in a unified qgis digitizing tool
Stephan Holl ha scritto:
> Hello Paolo,
> Paolo Cavallini <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [20070208 - 08:44:43]
>> Please consider however that the presently most advanced editing tool
>> for qgis (ie through GRASS plugin) will be heavily modified upstream
>> in the near future. It would be good, in my view, not duplicating
>> efforts, and joining our (limited) forces as much as possible.
> Could you elaborate on this a bit? This sounds promissing. What are you
> planning in the near future?
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