Release Notes: WFS client improvements, JDBC filter processing, documentation QA and cleanup, PostGIS concurrent editing support, PostGIS schema support, and a JMapPane demo.
Release Notes: The uDig and GeoServer projects have been driving continuous bugfixes on the 2.1.x branch. The result is a very stable 2.1.1 release. This release has been made in conjunction with uDig 1.0.6 and GeoServer 1.3.0.
Release Notes: This releaes included support for DB2, Web Feature Server (WFS), Web Map Server (WMS), and indexed Shapefiles. The GeoAPI 2.0 coordinate reference system model was adopted. The Styled Layer Descriptor (SLD), Filter Encoding, Grid Coverage Exchange, and TC211 metadata ISO and OGC standards were implemented. LiteRenderer and PostGIS performance was improved.
Release Notes: The build process has been cleaned up considerably, making it easier for new developers, and a new SQL encoder specifically for MySQL has been added. The performance of the PostGIS data has been improved through the addition of WKB support and some improvements the the filter encoding. Several bugfixes have been applied, particularly to the ArcSDE, Shapefile, and Oracle data store implementations.
Release Notes: The code has been cleaned up and has a few minor bugfixes, but the major focus has been on paring down the sprawling mass of code to something manageable and stable. This release is made in tandem with GeoServer 1.2.0, which is a great example of what can be done with this toolkit.
Release Notes: A bug with GEOT-137, which reported transactions with postGIS 0.8 and PostgreSQL 7.4 on Cygwin not working, has been fixed. A DataRepository class has been added for locks and joins. The code base was also restructured into fewer modules to make it easier to comprehend and manage.
Release Notes: Initial support for rendering SVG glyphs in maps has been added. An availability check is now available so that DataStores which are plugged in but unable to operate due to missing libraries can be filtered out of GUI lists. Some code clean-up has resulted in the removal of some 'dead' classes and the renaming of others.
Release Notes: The DataSource API has been reworked into a new DataStore API that is more robust and scalable. Many new data formats are now supported, including Tiger files, ArcSDE, and Geomedia databases. New optional modules include a graph/network module and a feature validation framework. This is the first release to contain GUI components, and while they are still in active development, there is at least something for developers interested in the client side development to start playing with.
No changes have been submitted for this release.