Release Notes: This marks the first stable release of a number of exciting developments and features of the 2.5.x series including a new feature model based on GeoAPI, Java 5, support for units based on JSR-275, and much more.
Release Notes: Sgnificant speedups in shapefile and PostGIS data rendering. Many expressions improvements using converters to correctly handle a range of queries. Style interfaces now use the GeoAPI filter. This release can redirect to an alternate logging API, makes use of Java connection pools, and uses a registered java DataSource for the epsg database in a Java EE environment. Datastore dispose has been added. There is a user guide with a small section for 2.4.0. The ISO geometry implementation is available as a supported module. The community change proposal process has been adopted.
Release Notes: A JDBC driver was added in the Geometryless module. Documentation was added. Support for using LRULinkedHashMap for building pools in the Referencing module was added. Support for Postgis database connection parameters was added. The CQL Parser was extended to allow functions as right arguments on comparison predicates. JAI was added as "provided" dependencies on gt2 modules. The ability to use estimated extents was added. GMLFilterGeometry was modified to keep track of the SRS. A strReplace function was added and many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: In this release, successful RnD work has been on:FeatureType revision to provided "facets" and FactoryFinder revision to allow application control.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release included WFS client support and WMS client support. Outlines of Grid Coverage Exchange, Catalog, and Metadata were included.
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.