|new release: 4.0.0 is now available||sandro furieri||11/25/12 11:45 AM|
I'm glad to announce you all that version 4.0.0 (STABLE) has just
you are warmly invited to carefully read the accompanying doc,
because v.4.0.0 introduces many relevant changes:
the pre-built Windows binaries (x86, 32 bit) supporting both liblwgeom
and GEOS-3.4.0-trunk are available for download from here:
please note: updated versions of spatialite_gis and LibreAtlas aren't
yet available and would be released during the next few days.
pre-built binaries supporting Win64 (x86_64 aka AMD64) are available from here:
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Win64 binaries are very prone to suffer some unexpected
crash; the cause is surely related to the GEOS library, and unhappily at the
current date a stable version of libgeos safely running on Win64 seems to be
YOU ARE WARNED: use Win64 binaries at your risk, and only for experimental
or testing purposes.
and always use Win32 on any serious production environment.
|Re: [SpatiaLite-Users] new release: 4.0.0 is now available||alexbruy||11/25/12 11:57 AM|
great work! Many thanks for this feature-rich version. Is there any
plans to update SpatiaLite provider in QGIS to support new version?
AFAIK, currently QGIS provider stick with SpatiaLite 2.x
2012/11/25 sandro furieri <a.fu...@lqt.it>:
|Re: [SpatiaLite-Users] new release: 4.0.0 is now available||sandro furieri||11/25/12 12:01 PM|
On Sun, 25 Nov 2012 21:57:23 +0200, Alexander Bruy wrote:Surely yes; the QGIS data-provider will be updated in the next few
(I'm currently testing the final adjustements)
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|Re: new release: 4.0.0 is now available||Andrea Peri||11/25/12 12:08 PM|
This is a great new in a great week end. :)
Alessandro, what version of Geos has used in the available dll and CLI executable for windows 32 bit ?
Il giorno domenica 25 novembre 2012 20:45:28 UTC+1, sandro furieri ha scritto:
|Re: new release: 4.0.0 is now available||Andrea Peri||11/25/12 12:11 PM|
I see your response to AlexBruy just now.
This is what I need to know.
Il giorno domenica 25 novembre 2012 21:08:25 UTC+1, Andrea P. ha scritto:
|Re: [SpatiaLite-Users] new release: 4.0.0 is now available||Noli Sicad||11/25/12 1:59 PM|
Thanks for this new release 4.0.0.
Looking forward for the updated Spatilalite QGIS data-provider that
works with 4.0.0.
|Re: new release: 4.0.0 is now available||mj10777||11/25/12 8:09 PM|
On the page: https://www.gaia-gis.it/fossil/libspatialite/wiki?name=switching-to-4.0
>> (if this actually happens should be considered as a serious bug, and will be immediately reported asking for any required corrective action)
- add the word 'it' between 'happens' and 'should'
- the word 'will' should be replaced with the word 'should'
Thank you for the 'very last minute upgrades'.
Am Sonntag, 25. November 2012 20:45:28 UTC+1 schrieb sandro furieri:
|Re: new release: 4.0.0 is now available||Charlie Sharpsteen||12/4/12 8:42 PM|
libspatialite 4.0.0, spatialite-tools 4.0.0 and spatialite-gui 1.6.0 are now all available as `--devel` options from the Homebrew package manager for OS X. The devel build of libspatialite also supports liblwgeom through the `--with-lwgeom` option.
Even though the 4.x releases are stable, we will keep them as `--devel` options until GDAL and QGIS catch up with stable releases that support the new API.