Above, kimchi as one of the banchan.
The Jardin des serres d’Auteuil is a botanical garden created in the 18th century and located in the Bois de Boulogne, in Paris. Its main attraction is a series of large greenhouses, built around a French-style garden. Entrance is free.
Above, coming from Square des Poètes.
Above, succulent greenhouse.
Above, in the cactus greenhouse.
Above, central French-style garden.
Above, palmarium greenhouse.
Above, Sahel greenhouse.
Above, in the New Caledonia greenhouse.
Above, Serre des Crotons.
Above, main gate.
A few weeks ago, I updated my Freehand Raster Georeferencer plugin for the newly released QGIS 3. I also included a few fixes for some issues as well as new features such as uniform scaling, a new “Georeference with 2 Points” tool (contributed by a user) or taking into account an existing world file. Those changes were backported to the plugin version for QGIS 2 so there should not be any difference between the QGIS 2 and 3 versions. See the updated doc for information.
QGIS 3 was released at the end of February and included quite a few changes when it came to plugin development:
PyQt4.QtGui. I also had to rebuild the .py fils from the .ui with the pyuic5 tool.
qgisMinimumVersion=3.0). I was not sure when I published the plugin for QGIS 3 if the QGIS 2 version would be kept available for users still on QGIS 2, but there was no problem: The QGIS plugin manager shows the latest published version of the plugin compatible with either QGIS 2 or 3, depending on which one is used.
dataProvider()method of my plugin layer + one subclass of QgsMapLayerRenderer that needs to be returned by the
iface.legendInterface().isLayerVisible(layer). The QgsLegendInterface class has been removed and replaced by a layer tree API. Now, I am not sure if that is the best way but I performed the checking of the visibility of the map layer with
The QGIS project has released a tool and some instructions for migrating plugins.
The Square des Poètes is a park located right next to the Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil in western Paris. It is dedicated to poetry, with busts of famous poets (Victor Hugo, Théophile Gautier, Alexander Pushkin…) and 48 plaques with French poetry.
Above, plaques with poetry.
Above, monkey puzzle tree.
Above, signs of spring.
Above, bust of Victor Hugo.
Above, bust of Alexander Pushkin.