[Liblas-devel] libLAS 1.0.0 Final Released
martinvales00 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 01:44:54 EDT 2008
Congratulations. I did' t read this mail before because google mail marks it
2008/10/10 Howard Butler <hobu.inc at gmail.com>
> I'm excited to announce our first official release of libLAS! I would like
> to take this opportunity to thank the Iowa DNR, specifically Pete Kollasch,
> Jim Giglierano, and Chris Ensminger, who took a small risk to support and
> bootstrap libLAS' development. Without their initial funding, libLAS would
> not exist. Additionally, I would like to thank Mateusz Loskot, who provided
> most of the C++ expertise that powers libLAS. Finally, I would like to
> thank all of the folks that have helped by testing through the initial
> releases and the 1.0.0 beta releases. Without your input, the library
> wouldn't be as good.
> The only additional development that has taken place between beta3 and
> 1.0.0 is support for reading/writing generic VLR data was added to the C and
> Python APIs (http://liblas.org/ticket/78). As you've probably seen on the
> mailing list, .NET bindings development has been ongoing by Martin and
> Mateusz, and once they feel the .NET bindings are ready, they'll add them to
> the 1.0.0 release page as a separate source and binary release (similar to
> how the Python release is handled).
> For Windows users, the OSGeo4W packages contains the Python bindings,
> command-line utilities (including las2ogr), and development packages.
> Unless you plan to embed libLAS in your own software, you should use
> OSGeo4W. Also, OSGeo4W provides you with a lot of other goodies like GDAL
> which you might find quite useful.
> For everyone else, there is only the source package. libLAS is a generic
> GNU autoconf/autotools project, however, and building libLAS is as simple as
> ./configure;make;make install. Other packaging efforts, such as Debian and
> Fink are welcome to package libLAS, and I hope it attracts their attention.
> OSGeo4W Release
> - http://download.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/osgeo4w-setup.exe
> Windows Release
> - http://liblas.org/raw-attachment/wiki/1.0.0/liblas-1.0.0-win32.zip
> - http://liblas.org/raw-attachment/wiki/1.0.0/liblas-1.0.0-win32.zip.md5
> Source Release
> - http://liblas.org/raw-attachment/wiki/1.0.0/liblas-1.0.0-src.tar.bz2
> - http://liblas.org/raw-attachment/wiki/1.0.0/liblas-1.0.0-src.tar.bz2.md5
> Python Release
> - http://pypi.python.org/pypi/libLAS/1.0.0
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