Jody, Thank you very much for your quick response and nice guidance!
Hi GeoTools team,
This is Jenny from Teradata. I am going to add Teradata plugin for users to visualize geospatial data that are stored in Teradata Database using Udig, which will be about the same as the PostGIS plugin. As Jody suggested, I’d better have the raw geospatial part inside GeoTools SVN from the beginning. May I ask for geotools SVN access (read and write)? The Teradata plugin inside geotools will be about the same as the PostGIS plugin too.
Thank you very much!
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jody Garnett
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2010 2:48 PM
To: User-friendly Desktop Internet GIS
Subject: Re: [udig-devel] SVN access for adding Teradata plugin
Welcome back Jenny:
I sent off the request to firstname.lastname@example.org; so that should get sorted out shortly.
Now what this does is give you svn access to:
In there we ask you to create a new folder with you name (or your project name if you are shy). We tend to prefer developer name as communities are built of people.
Within that folder you can do what you want; including storing some geotools DataStore code along side a udig plugin..
Here is one that shows a usual breakdown with two "plugin" and "features" folders:
An example of having an extra geotools directory ..... here is one with a "gt" directory in a branch (the developers used their own maven build for this folder - and the code was copied to geotools at the end of the day).
The process of getting svn access to geotools is no more bother then for uDig (ie read the developers guide and send an email). So you may wish to do your geotools work there from day one - allowing you to keep svn history).
On 27/02/2010, at 5:56 AM, Wang, Guilian wrote: