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OpenLayers 2.5 RC1

September 17th, 2007 by crschmidt · 4 Comments

OpenLayers 2.5 RC1 has been released:

Bugs are best now :) There still might be time to get a release out before the end of FOSS4G…

As of 2.5-RC1, the OpenLayers 2.5 release closes 160 outstanding tickets, 50% more than any OpenLayers release to date. Included in this release is the addition of 3 major format classes, significantly improved feature digitization/editing tools, support for treating commercial datasources as projected for better overlaying with other data, the ability to have tiles wrap around the date line, and additional layer classes.

For this we are indebted to the many members of the community, and especially the hard work of organizations like The Open Planning Project via Tim Schaub and a number of developers like Pierre Giraud, Eric Lemoine, and Fred Junrod of the Camptocamp team, as well as continued support from Chris Schmidt and Erik Uzureau of MetaCarta.

Tags: Release

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Technical Ramblings » Blog Archive » OL2.5 RC1 // Sep 17, 2007 at 1:14 am

    [...] OpenLayers 2.5 RC1 has been released. Bug reports are, as usual, solicited from any and all users. More links in the OpenLayers Blog Entry. [...]

  • 2 From the Labs » Blog Archive » OpenLayers 2.5 RC1 // Sep 17, 2007 at 4:49 am

    [...] 2.5 RC1 has been released, according to the OpenLayers Blog. Anyone who is able to should test their applications with it in hopes of finding the remaining [...]

  • 3 OpenLayers: rilasciata la versione 2.5 RC1 at TANTO // Sep 17, 2007 at 5:40 am

    [...] OpenLayers Blog [...]

  • 4 Les-ejk » Blog Archive » PyWPS and OpenLayers // May 10, 2008 at 6:14 am

    [...] This days, I’m playing around with OpenLayers. It is great map client, which can be used to display any type of web-distributed data, including WMS, WFS, MapServer, KML, Google or Yahoo maps, TileCache and many many others. Vector data are displayed using SVG, there is support for vector editing. There is great documentation and tons of examples. You should have a look to individual developer sandboxes, to see, what will happen in new release. [...]