The development site of GSDView has been moved to GitHub.
Now the source code repository, the wiki, and the issue tracker can be found at https://github.com/avalentino/gsdview.
The main project page togeter with the the home page and file download hosting are still on SourceForge.
The HTML sphinx theme fo the project home page has been renewed. It is now based on the pydoctheme.
Now GSDView can be run using Python 3 (GDAL >= 2.0 is required).
Contextually support for Python < 2.6 has been dropped.
The GSDView code is now maintained in a Git repository.
Git is a modern and distributed SCM system that makes it easier for developers to manage the development process.
All developers that have a checkout of the old SVN repository should do a fresh checkout using the new repository location:
git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/gsdview/code gsdview
Please note that during the conversion process from SVN to Git some commits have been pruned and dead branches have been dropped.
The GSDView project on sourceforge.net has been converted to use the new Allura platform.
Fixed some compatibility issues with new PyQt4 and sip versions.
Full support to PySide_ (>= 1.0.4).
Please refer to :doc:
CHANGES for more details.
Full support to PySide_ has been implemented.
Now GSDView can optionally use PySide as Qt4 bindings instead PyQt4 and SIP.
A new tentative package for Mac OS X. It includes a beta version of GDSView 0.6.5.
Feedback is very welcome.
Updated the RPM package for GSDView 0.6.4.
Now it should be compatible with Fedora 14.
This is an hot-fix release that restores the complete compatibility with GDAL 1.6.x series.
Also some new feature have been added: see ChangeLog.
Source packages and pre-build binary packages for Ubuntu 10.10 are now available via PPA (Personal Package Archive) on Launchpad.
The archive and instructions for usage are here:
This release has been implemented a complete switch of the application to the new PyQt4 API (new signal/slot handling, QString and QVariant are gone, etc.). For this reason GSDView now requires PyQt4 v. 4.6 or newer.
Also some new feature have been added: see the change file for details.
This release don't include big changes visible to the user.
It introduces some important internal changes such as the switch to GDAL 1.6.x series and a new system for full asynchronous handling of computation tasks (including statistics and histogram computation).
GDAL 1.6.x series introduced a lot of new interesting features and a better progress handling.
Dropping 1.5.x series allow to use this new features in the development branch to make GSDView even better.
The long waited binary package for Mac OS X is now available.
The package provides a standalone executable of GSDView 0.6.1 with a couple of micro-patches backported from trunk.
While GSDView 0.6.1 is considered quite stable the package for Mac OS X is brand new and it is considered beta quality, so any kind of feedback is welcome.
This new release brings some major improvement to GSDView including basic support for RGB views, a new tool for image stretching and a new component for mouse modes handling.
Also there is a new dialog that shows detailed info about application crashes and allow the user to submit bug reports.
With respect to the alpha version a serious bug in sub-datasets handling has been fixed.
Added a new component (PluginManager) for plugin management.
It is configurable via preferences dialog.
Almost complete application re-write: new architecture that allows multiple data access backends (currently only GDAL backend is provided), updated dataset browser with new contextual actions, Multiple Document Interface (MDI), new preference dialog, improved GDAL configuration handling.
The project Home Page has been completely rewritten.
Now the sphinx tool is used to generate the entire documentation set.
It is now available the first public release of GSDView (alpha stage.
The svn repository is active on sourceforge.net.
The repository includes::
The main development branch is on gsdview/trunk.
The project home page in active on http://gsdview.sourceforge.net.