This progress reporter prints simple progress report to the terminal window. The progress report generally looks something like this:
0...10...20...30...40...50...60...70...80...90...100 - done.Every 2.5% of progress another number or period is emitted. Note that GDALTermProgress() uses internal static data to keep track of the last percentage reported and will get confused if two terminal based progress reportings are active at the same time either in in a single thread or across multiple threads.
driver.CreateCopy("dest.tif", src_ds, 0, null, new TermProgressCallback());
- Java bindings 1.7.0
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(double dfComplete, String pszMessage)Description copied from class:
ProgressCallbackCallback method called from long processing from GDAL methods.
This method is called back with the progression percentage. Its return value is used by the caller to determine whether the processing should go on or be interrupted.
This method should be subclassed by classes subclassing ProgressCallback.