[mapserver-dev] New ScribeUI 0.3 Release

Humberto Cereser Ibanez humberto at pastoraldacrianca.org.br
Mon Sep 9 07:24:49 PDT 2013

Hi Jessica,

> Hi List,
> ScribeUI is a tool meant to help the editing and management of
> mapfiles, supporting Scribe and Standard mapfile syntax. I am
> currently developing this tool as a Google Summer of Code project.
> The Google Summer of Code ending very soon, the goal of this new
> release is bugfixes, and the beginning of the new plugin
> system! Please keep in mind that a lot of bugs remain, any feedback is
> welcome, should it be new feature ideas, general comments or bug
> reports.
> What's new ?
>       * Fixed issue #11. This bug caused the client not to keep up
>         with maps deleted in the backend.
>       * Added the current zoom level on the map! ( issue #12 ) This
>         makes it much easier to define your Scribe scale ranges.
>       * Fixed font size issue #14, the browser tab is now much more
>         comfortable to use.
> Work In Progress
> Still in progress is a simple plugin system. Some functions were added
> on the client side to make it easy to add buttons and tabs to the
> interface. The back-end side of plugins is not supported yet.
> Download
> ScribeUI and its installation instructions are available on
> github: https://github.com/mapgears/scribeui 
> To get ScribeUI 0.3, you can clone the repo on github and checkout
> v0.3 or you can download an archive:
> https://github.com/mapgears/scribeui/releases/tag/v0.3https://github.com/mapgears/scribeui/releases/tag/v0.3
When I tried to clone the 0.3 version, I got the message:
git clone https://github.com/mapgears/scribeui/releases/tag/v0.3
Cloning into v0.3...
warning: remote HEAD refers to nonexistent ref, unable to checkout.

Has the default branch on the remote repository been deleted?

> Bug reports can be made on github:
> https://github.com/mapgears/scribeui/issues
> Thanks a lot!
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