Provides a Cancel button that stops the processing of an Application. This button is available in GUI launchers, Monteverdi, and Mapla.
This is a long-awaited feature, also part of the story #1514. It allows users to cancel a long processing when the parameters needs to be changed.
Classes and files
M Modules/Core/Streaming/include/otbStreamingImageVirtualWriter.h M Modules/Core/Streaming/include/otbStreamingImageVirtualWriter.txx M Modules/IO/ImageIO/include/otbImageFileWriter.h M Modules/IO/ImageIO/include/otbImageFileWriter.txx M Modules/MPI/MPITiffWriter/include/otbSimpleParallelTiffWriter.h M Modules/MPI/MPITiffWriter/include/otbSimpleParallelTiffWriter.txx
AbortGenerateData inherited from
itk::ProcessObject has been protected with
a mutex. This flag is now used to interupt the processing between 2 stream divisions.
A specific exception is thrown in order to stop the thread.
M Modules/Wrappers/ApplicationEngine/include/otbWrapperApplication.h M Modules/Wrappers/ApplicationEngine/src/otbWrapperApplication.cxx
Application has a new
Stop() function. It uses the processObject in
m_ProgressSource, meaning that the application can stop any process that is currently monitored after a call to
M Modules/Wrappers/QtWidget/include/otbWrapperQtWidgetModel.h M Modules/Wrappers/QtWidget/src/otbWrapperQtWidgetModel.cxx
QtWidgetModel transfer the
Stop() signal to its application.
M Modules/Wrappers/QtWidget/include/otbWrapperQtWidgetView.h M Modules/Wrappers/QtWidget/src/otbWrapperQtWidgetView.cxx
Update and refactoring for the
QtWidgetView. It now implement the
Stop() mechanism and is now a base class for
mvd::Wrapper::QtWidgetView (which was a duplicate).
M Modules/Visualization/MonteverdiGui/include/mvdQtWidgetView.h M Modules/Visualization/MonteverdiGui/src/mvdQtWidgetView.cxx M Modules/Visualization/Monteverdi/src/mvdMainWindow.cxx M Modules/Visualization/MonteverdiGui/src/mvdApplicationLauncher.cxx
mvd::Wrapper::QtWidgetView which is now a derived class of
otb::Wrapper::QtWidgetView. Monteverdi and Mapla can now use the
Stop() button without effort.
With the current implementation the stop message can only interrupt a processing between two streaming chunks. It means that if you launch a processing with a RAM value high enough to store the full output, your cancel signal will be processed, but only after the full image has been processed. To test the behaviour, please set low RAM parameters.