Hi Helmut, you instructions on how to compile with jpeg on windows work well!
thanks, Norbert Am Sonntag, den 11.03.2018, 17:37 +0100 schrieb Helmut Schmidt: > Hi all, > > I am currently uploading the Windows installer. > > Build instructions > https://bitbucket.org/maproom/qmapshack/wiki/BuildWindowsVisualStu > dio > are updated showing how to build libjpeg > > @Oliver: please have a look at > > https://bitbucket.org/maproom/qmapshack/commits/2abb033426572dd529e96 > c237138bedce490359b > I am not sure whether the changed reference to the doc sub-repo is > correct or not. > > Have fun, > > Helmut > > Am 05.03.2018 um 19:03 schrieb Oliver Eichler: > > > > Hi, > > > > release time! There is quite bunch of changes I want to present in > > detail: > > > > *Migrating QMapTool and friends into the QMapShack project* > > I think it's easier for everyone to have this stuff in a single > > compile environment, installer or package. For Linux I tried my > > best to make the install process as compliant as possible. Please > > tell me if something is missing from the package maintainer's > > perspective. I am not sure if there are further changes needed for > > OS X and Windows. The final binaries are: > > > > qmapshack - well of course > > qmaptool - if QMapShack finds QMapTool in the path there will > > be a menu entry "Tool->Start QMapTool" > > qmt_rgb2pct - this is my replacement of rgb2pct from GDAL, to > > handle the alpha channel correctly > > qmt_map2jnx - this is the same as in QLandkarte GT (map2jnx). It > > will be used by QMapTool in the future > > > > Wolfgang did a great job and started the QMapTool Wiki: > > > > https://bitbucket.org/maproom/qmaptool/wiki/Home > > > > *No-go areas for BRouter* > > Thanks to Norbert's persistent work you can convert each waypoint, > > track, route and area to a no-go area. As Wolfgang accompanied the > > development process by extending the Wiki on the spot there is > > nothing left for me to write. Read the excellent Wiki article: > > > > https://bitbucket.org/maproom/qmapshack/wiki/AdvRoutes#markdown-hea > > der-using-no-go-areas-and-lines > > > > *New speed filter* > > Karl provided a new track filter to estimate the speed and thus the > > time on a bike tour. It has several preset profiles and a few > > profiles for customized settings. The idea is to adjust the speed > > as a function of the slope. The parameters are not extensively > > tested. Therefor any feedback will be welcome. > > > > To do the same for hiking will be a future challenge. There are > > well known models to estimate the tour duration by taking the climb > > rate and distance into a account. The trick will be to derive > > timestamps for each point out of that. > > > > *Framework to process realtime data* > > That is a little bit of my work. From time to time there are > > requests to display the position from a GPS source or to display > > GIS items that are subject to a time based change like S&R > > progress. So far there was no framework in QMapShack to handle that > > kind of data. Personally I am not much interested in implementing > > that kind of stuff. So it's still up to those interested in those > > features to send a pull request. But I do acknowledge that starting > > from scratch without an API or framework is quite high level. > > That's why I decided to give it a start. > > > > As I needed a simple and reliable source to sketch the concept I > > decided to use the OpenSky service. This is a project that records > > the position data and identifiers sent by aircrafts. Sure it's kind > > of boring to see plains moving every ten seconds on a map but it's > > sufficient to show how realtime data can be acquired, displayed and > > recorded. If you are interested have a look into the > > src/qmapshack/realtime folder. > > > > The data is drawn as fourth layer (first three: map, DEM, GIS). And > > can be anything not limited to simple positions. For example: > > > > * Display the current time or a world clock > > * Display weather data (clouds, rain, lightning) > > * Display your own GIS data from a database > > * Display pictures or realtime video > > * Display data from remote sensors and their position > > > > And many more. It's up to you. > > > > *Summary drop zones* > > That's a feature I really wanted to have for a long time and > > finally found time to implement it. I organize my data in projects > > for each tour and I copy the tracks into a yearly summary folder > > and an all time summary folder. By that I have a nice overview and > > statistics over all my data. So far coping the tracks was quite > > cumbersome because I had to load the summary folders to the > > workspace, copy the tracks and answer the popup dialogs when saving > > the data. Not that much to do but a constant little nuisance. Now I > > have drop zones in my database dock widget that have attached one > > or several folders in the database. I drag-n-drop my tracks over > > the drop zones and the tracks are automatically linked into the > > attached folders. > > > > Of course Wolfgang documented the feature in the Wiki: > > > > https://bitbucket.org/maproom/qmapshack/wiki/AdvProjects#markdown-h > > eader-summary-projects-and-drop-zones > > > > > > Have fun with the release! > > > > Oliver > > > > Add: QMapTool and friends as sub-project > > Add: Reverse route > > Add: BRoute binding to local address instead of all interfaces > > Add: Use track timestamp as arrival time for waypoints attached to > > track > > Add: Optional overview generation to vrt builder > > Add: Add left button long press action to open menu on canvas > > Add: Framework to process and display realtime data > > Add: Drop zones to collect items in summary folders of the database > > Add: Extend BRouter no-go areas to tracks, routes and areas > > Add: Calculate timestamps for tracks depending on the slope for > > bikes > > Fix: Clean up action enabling/disabling for GIS item menus > > Fix: Restructure mouse handling to solve some peculiar behavior > > [Issue #294] Missing error message in case of wrong map coordinate > > system > > [Issue #305] Nodata value 0 not accepted in VRT > > [Issue #289] Add-color-change-for-multiple-tracks > > > > ----------------------------------------------------------------- > > ------------- > > Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most > > engaging tech sites, Slashdot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot > > _______________________________________________ > > Qlandkartegt-users mailing list > > Qlandkartegtfirstname.lastname@example.org > > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/qlandkartegt-users > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------- > ----------- > Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most > engaging tech sites, Slashdot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot > _______________________________________________ > Qlandkartegt-users mailing list > Qlandkartegtemail@example.com > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/qlandkartegt-users ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most engaging tech sites, Slashdot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot _______________________________________________ Qlandkartegt-users mailing list Qlandkartegtfirstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/qlandkartegt-users