To save or not to save

About a week ago I changed the default behaviour of scenProc. Before the configuration file was saved automatically every time you run it, but some users complained that this was not what they expected. Since I agreed it was not very “nice” to automatically save on each run, I changed the behaviour to only save […]

scenProc stable release almost there

Just this morning I realised that I have fixed all the remain issues I had marked for the scenProc 1.0 release. So except for finishing the user manual, release 1.0 of scenProc is done. So I think I’ll try to focus on the user manual first now. Having a stable release as a fallback is […]

Bring out the camels

While working on some new scenProc feature I also decided to experiment with a new naming scheme for the steps. This was suggested on the forum a while ago to make the script more readable. I’m using CamelCase now for the step names. So that means that a step like ADDATTRIBUTEIFINSIDE would now become AddAttributeIfInside. […]

SPLITGRID additional attribute

The scenProc SPLITGRID step has been updated and now requires an additional attribute. So if you just run your existing script with the latest development release you will notice an error. But it is very easy to fix this. If your line now is: SPLITGRID|AGN Just change it to: SPLITGRID|AGN|* What does the additional attribute […]

The wishlist

On the forum you will quite often read that I put some feature or bug on the wishlist. But how do you know as a user which items are on the list? Until now you could not see my wishlist. But I have now made the list public. So from now on you can see […]

Scrubs

For the Nantucket project I have used the scenProc feature detection function to get the autogen trees from the imagery. But would a similar approach also work for scrubs? First I tried with polygonal autogen vegetation. The detection of the polygons went OK, but the density of the resulting autogen in FSX was much too […]