I'm having problems compiling GridCoverage.java.
org/geotools/gc/GridCoverage.java [88:1] package org.opengis.gc does not
Are you using a newer version of opengis-css.jar than is in CVS?
(There are a few other packages not compiling due to various dependancies on
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From: Martin Desruisseaux <martin.desruisseaux@te...> - 2002-08-16 09:03:13
> org/geotools/gc/GridCoverage.java [88:1] package org.opengis.gc does no=
> Are you using a newer version of opengis-css.jar than is in CVS?
The opengis-css.jar contains only the following packages:
The GCS module use the following packages, which are not in opengis-css.j=
Those packages are defined in the Grid Coverage Services specification,=20
but the OpenGIS consortium didn't created Java interfaces for this one.=20
This is why we have no "opengis-gcs.jar" files for this one. However, we=20
hare created our own set interfaces that matches exactly the OGC=20
specification: no addition, no changes. Our interfaces are in the=20
Geotools's "opengis" module. So we have two choices:
1) In order to make sure that we are using the most complete and latest
interfaces, it may be better to remove the "opengis-css.jar" file and
declare that the CTS and GCS modules has a dependency to the opengis
2) I can create an "opengis-gcs.jar" file from the cv, gc and gp
packages in the opengis module.
Note that I have not written the GCS Java interfaces alone. I got help=20
from Markus M=FCller, from the JaGO project. Both of use plan to propose=20
those interfaces (as an "opengis-gcs.jar" file) to OGC in the next=20
meeting in Neertherland, Septembre 11.
Lets me know what you prefers between solution 1 and 2.