Release Notes: Many fixes were made for native MS Windows support. The GRASS-SWIG prototype interface was improved. The SQL parser was extended. A partial differential equations library with OpenMP support was added. A major clean-up was done to the display architecture. A major rewrite of GUI components was done.
Release Notes: This new stable release adds hundreds of new features, support for the latest GIS data formats, and includes new translations for many languages.
Release Notes: Some compilation issues on recent Mac OS X versions were fixed. A couple of modules received corrections. The documentation was improved.
Release Notes: This release is the first major change in functionality since GRASS 4 was released several years ago. Notable improvements include support for floating point and null values. Users can opt to use a new windowing interface based on Tcl/Tk on those platforms supporting X Windows. A successful series of beta and pre-releases over the last two years has shown the software sufficiently stable to justify a wider audience release in the view of developers and users alike.
Release Notes: Fixes or updates for 36 GIS modules, improved configuration (autoconf), a new NVIZ help system, an improved XDRIVER, an optional 24-bit PNG-driver, portability improvments, a new generic Windows display driver, and improved module documentation (HTML and PDF).
Release Notes: Raster import through GDAL library and numerical stability improved. Optional hardware accelerated 3D openGL viewer (NVIZ) added.
Release Notes: This release adds floating point raster maps and G3D raster volume maps in zlib/FLATE compression (due to patent restrictions), various point calculations fixes, and a configure script which has been updated to detect more libraries.