We have been working hard on a plugin to read OpenStreetMaps .osm and .osm.bz files. Since today you can download the latest plugin version (1.0.4) from our plugin > driver section, or get it with the latest nightly build of the PLUS version. This means, OpenJUMP 1.6.4 PLUS will have this driver included.
Well, it is already out since End of May (2013). So obviously we forgot to announce it here.
Anyway, as of today we already have some 6343 downloads. Hopefully all happy users :)
Development snapshots now contain general shortcut support, a shortcut overview is available under Help/Shortcuts.
Thanks to the effort of a few but relentless volunteers, i want to single out Michael for the hard work on this release, you may find the latest greatest OpenJUMP on the sf.net files section
We hope you might find this release stable and jump at the opportunity to try it out. Kind regards ..ede
- PLUS edition finally starts at reasonable times even from network shares
- Bug 3521266 : open Raster image (Sextante) checkbox was now always available
when an image file was selected
- Bug 3521940 : Trouble with opening several shapefiles from one zip file
- Preserve z values in JML format, even if first coordinate has no z
- Write again z values in WKT format of Info viewer
- Improved icon display (internal changes + icon replacement)
- Bug 3515663 : Statistics > Classify attribute was throwing an exception
- Bug 3513864 : Raster Image layers (Sextante) have now an icon in the
TreeLayerNamePanel and do not throw exception anymore
- Bug 3513741 : Analysis > Union : attribute used to dissolve was
duplicated in the result layer
- Bug 3513735 : Sextante Raster visibility attribute was not saved in project
- Bug 3510832 : Changing schema with attribute table opened threw exception
- Bug 3510778 : EZ Button did not respect layer editability
- Bug 3497362 : Dialog box of "draw circle from center and radius" popped up
- Bug 3491956 : Union of overlapping lines could not be merged
- Bug 3489322 : Snapping on grid had rounding problems (snapped coordinate
to 872939.1 could be 872939.1000000001)
- Bug 3489028 : FillPolygon ("Create polygon from closed area") could
return a wrong area in the case of polygons with holes.
- Bug 3489026 : FillPolygon ("Create polygon from closed area") can be
long : a work-in-progress dialog box has been added in this case
- Bug 3488976 : Noder plugin failed to split polygons
- Bug 3488974 : Buffer PlugIn : workaround a small problem of robustness
by adding a simplify(geom,0) pre-process
- Bug 3488028 : A dataset read from zip could be tagged editable but could
not be edited. It is now tagged read-only
- Bug 3486847 : Wrong message : When Closing a project with unsaved data,
the message was asking if one want to close OpenJUMP
- SimpleQuery : change the definition of strict intersection from
TFFTFF*** to TFF*FF*** so that closed linestring can also be found... read more
The past week OpenJUMP team has released OpenJUMP 1.5.1. As usual we added functionality and fixed bugs - since our last release. However, we made a hopefully user friendly decision: we will distribute a CORE and a PLUS version.
The CORE version is the usual OpenJUMP version. The PLUS version will contain OpenJUMP plus a number of useful plugins. For instance Sextante for raster analysis (still Version 0.6), CadPlans PrintingPlugin for… well.. printing, DXF driver, PostGIS connector (for writing to PostGIS), Graph Analysis and Topology tools - that can be used for Quality Assurance, the Chart Plugin for creating charts, Beanshell editor etc.... read more
So the bug reported a few hours ago could be fixed (see below) and a new bundled version (under: win32 / 1.4 / Sextante) and a new binding library (under temp) was uploaded.
How to identify if You have a buggy OJ-Sextante bundle?
a) create a layer A with some points and a layer B with some other points in a different location
b) open the sextante toolbox and calculate "density (kernel)" from these layers - with two different search radi (e.g. 200m and 800m), so you obtain Raster A-Density and Raster B-Density
c) create with the sextante function "slope" from each raster a slope raster (Slope is more or less the first derivative of the density). so you obtain Raster A-Density-Slope and Raster B-Density-Slope.
d) Check if these two rasters: look different (because of the different points and different search radii) and are in a different place. If both is true then you have the fixed version, if the results look somehow very similar or error message appear, you have an old version.
The OJ-Sextante bundle released yesterday (26th/27th) is still buggy. I removed it from the OJ 1.4 downloads, as well as the binding.
Doing some more testing this morning revealed that I need to change the bindings for Sextante as well, otherwise wrong rasters may be transmitted to sextante e.g. data from raster A loaded after raster B - when raster B should be transmitted (my original fix, yesterday worked with OJ internal interface).
I try to resolve the bug as soon as possible and make a new release of the OJ 1.4-Sextante bundle.... read more
Dear users, we released OpenJUMP 1.4 tonight. Highlights are the ez-buttons, more raster support functions, inversion of selection, statistical analysis functions, etc. More info on the new functionality can be found on our wikipage.
Please note that OpenJUMP 1.4 downloadable from 24-26th of October contained a bug for raster-data processing. So all Sextante and raster users should download the new 1.4 version (actually shown as Version 18.104.22.168 in the spash screen )
today I made a maintenance release, due to a tiff-file export bug discovered and reported earlier (see news). Note that there are still problems occuring with loading raster files (using the different systems: build image loader and Sextante Raster Image loader).
A new feature of 1.3.1 is a better support for PostGIS queries allowing to use the view/fence parameters (thank you to Michael).... read more
today I discovered a problem with the tif image export for raster files if for instance Sextante raster processing results should be exported. Unfortunately the export function shifted the images by 0.5 pixels towards NW (since the current implementation did not respect that the world file coordinate is given for the center of the first pixel - and not the pixel corner)
I did a bug fix an hour ago. I hope that tomorrows nightly build contains this fix. ... read more
we got lately several reports that openjump.exe contains a virus or trojan. We can not confirm this and believe the reason is that openjump.exe simply calls openjump.bat.
Here is a link to an online check of the file which suggest that openjump.exe is clean:
If you use McAfee you may read this thread about Artemis:
http://forum.torrentprivacy.com/showthread.php?p=2931... read more
The OpenJUMP GIS core developer team is proud to announce the release of OpenJUMP 1.3.
This version has better editing capabilities, so the user is able to:
* faster digitise polygons due to the new Auto-complete Polygon tool,
* mark points of interest with the new Note Tool,
* simplify polygon coverages without creating slivers between adjacent polygons,
* compare different editing versions with the new Synchronize function that allows synchronized panning and zooming between two map windows that show different data,
* set attributes of a layer in a batch style using the improved Auto-Assign Attributes function,
* connect or extend existing line geometries when editing with the line tool.... read more
We are happy to announce the final OpenJUMP 1.2 version (Release F). We have done an number of bug fixes and added features such as Drop & Drag, a realtime zoomtool and a new "Open"-Dialog. This version is also available as Windows setup. (Sorry, we are still working on specific MacOSX Install version)
your developer team
another pre-release of OpenJUMP 1.2 is now shipped. We could fix the image loading problem of version 1.2 C. Enjoy...
Hopefully in autumn we have all the minor improvements (such as translations) done to make the 1.2 release.
the Jump Pilot Team
we are happy to announce another OpenJUMP 1.2 pre-release (C) which includes an number of bug fixes. Although not everything is translated yet to all languages we hope that our users enjoy the new functions. In contrast to 1.2 Beta this 1.2 C version is also available as Windows setup.
the developer team
our development will now take place on the sourcecode in the SVN repository. The source code of the CVS repository can still be accessed, but its not more maintained / updated.
To get access to the current SVN sources within Eclipse, you can use the Subclipse PlugIn. The devlopement takes places on the "trunk" version (not the "stable" branch).
We are making a survey of used Jump Versions and PlugIns. Please help us to identify the user needs by filling out this survey on http://www.cadplan.com.au/jump_survey.html
we, the JPP Project and OpenJUMP Community, searching for people which can help us with the following activities:
- create and maintain a project website
- translate OpenJUMP into several languages
- develop new functionality / plugins
- take care on bug fixing
- transfer developements of our local groups into the core.
Especially people with interest in enhancing the OpenJUMP access possibilities of spatial databases and people who want create and maintain a new project website to are needed to be prepared for the future ;)... read more
To our OpenJump Windows users: we missed to include the option, that plugins are loaded if one starts the programm by clicking on the desktop icon. To enable this, please right-click on your icon and select the icon “properties”. Then look for the “target” field. Here add at the end:
.. but with your path to OpenJUMP