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Re: [Qgis-developer] (Yet again) SAGA support badly broken in QGIS

My opinion about this (and getting stronger each time, since the
situation is getting worse...) is that we have only two solutions:

1) fork SAGA and have QGIS depend on that forked software, which we
will (in principle) not upgrade.
2) embed a fixed version of SAGA, and use only that one. SAGA should
be treated like a library: we support a given version, and not all
version of it. If you want to use a different one, you cant (just like
QGIS uses Python2 and a user cannot use Python3)

I will be happy to discuss about this.

2016-05-31 20:01 GMT+02:00 Paolo Cavallini <cavallini@faunalia.it>:
> Hi all,
> SAGA dev team have changed (2.2.7) once more a crucial parameter [0], so
> raster commands (probably all) are broken in QGIS/Processing.
> IMHO it is infeasible to chase breaking changes in point releases, so I
> suggest either saga devs stop breaking compatibility, except for major
> releases, or Debian stop upgrading the package not to break qgis support.
> Opinions most welcome.
> All the best.
> ===
> [0]
> 2016-05-31T17:54:27     0       SAGA execution commands
>                         io_gdal 0 -TRANSFORM 1 -INTERPOL 0 -GRIDS
> "/tmp/processingf62696a290e44432ac8de6028ba6582c/be2c1f4c868e48a79eb2098c6a769cfc/InterpolatedRST.sgrd"
> "/tmp/processingf62696a290e44432ac8de6028ba6582c/a8fde485740144b7a3218a71f41b2168/elevation.tif"
> ...
> Risultato della console di esecuzione di SAGA
>                         Unknown option 'INTERPOL'
> --
> Paolo Cavallini - www.faunalia.eu
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