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Module:

gt-chart

Module Maintainer:

Andrea Aime

Status:

(star)(star)(star)(star)(red star)

Email Help:

Geotools-gt2-users@lists.sourceforge.net

Volunteer:

geotools-devel@lists.sourceforge.net

IP Review:

review.txt

Plug-in:

ExternalGraphicFactory

The modules bridges the external graphic extension point created along with the dynamic symbolizers proposal with Eastwood charts allowing the creation of feature attribute dependent charts on top of a map.

Module Status

There is no interesting development planned at this time.

Gold Star Quality Assurance Check

(star) IP Check: review.txt added, all headers are in place
(star) Releasable: no blocking issues, but feedback from potential users is appreciated
(star) Quality Assurance: cobertura reports 100% line coverage, 100% branch coverage
(star) Stability: No planned API changes
(red star) Supported: Documentation pending, module maintainer does watches user list, answers email.

IP Review

IP review done, no known issues http://svn.geotools.org/geotools/trunk/gt/modules/unsupported/gt-chart/review.txt

Outstanding Issues

The module maintainer will take care of assigning these issues to developers:

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Mind, chart does not have its own module in jira here, so most of the issues above do not apply, this will be rectified once the module has its own jira equivalent

Remember that the module maintainer is a volunteer, and if you can help test this module please jump on the developers list and help out. Patches may be attached to the above issues for review by the module maintainer.

Although not the responsibility of the geotools module maintainer additional or related issues may be found in the the geoserver or udig bug trackers.

Development

This module basically bridges GeoTools with Eastwood charts. All potential feature improvements are thus to be implemented in the Eastwood library itself, the GeoTools bridge consists of a single class for which no future evolutions are foreseen.

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