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Re: [libredwg] Future direction of LibreDWG

From: Frank Warmerdam
Subject: Re: [libredwg] Future direction of LibreDWG
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 18:30:51 -0700

H.S. Rai,

I'd like to integrate libredwg in GDAL/OGR for reading and writing DWG files with at roughly the level of GIS access we already have for DXF files.  Nothing fancy, but hopefully reasonable robust for 2d files. 

A license change to LGPL would be helpful though it is not critical.

Best regards,

On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 5:41 PM, .Org.Com <address@hidden> wrote:

Your subscription on this mailing list, proves you interest and
involvement in this project. But we all see there has not been any
real development, and in the present form LibreDWG is not useful to
many of us.

Recently, I started working as maintainer of this software. In this
context, I will be great full, if you share here your expectation from
this software, what you want it it or what you want to be removed from
it, so that we all able to use it.

You may like to visit at: and wish to read Roadmap.

You input / feedback / suggestion will help to make this software
useful, so all are requested to respond.


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