[mapserver-dev] Announcing MapServer MapManager 1.0

Tamas Szekeres szekerest at gmail.com
Tue Feb 18 13:33:50 PST 2014

*Digital Mapping Solutions <http://www.mapsolutions.com.au/> along with
Tamas Szekeres is pleased to announce the open source release of MapServer
MapManager. *

*MapServer MapManager <http://www.gisinternals.com/MapManager/> is an easy
to use Windows desktop GUI application (based on the MapScript C# API and
GDAL C# API) that allows you to easily create and configure great looking
MapServer map files. The application provides a set of dialogues for
setting the various properties in the map configuration and renders the map
directly on the screen allowing panning and zooming of the displayed area
by using the mouse. The MapManager user interface provides common
operations for selecting the features and inspecting the attributes for
setting up labelling and changing the style and symbology.  The created map
configuration can then be saved into a map file which can be used by
various MapServer CGI/MapScript applications. Mapserver MapManager also
allows users to save the map images in various output formats supported by

*MapServer MapManager is provided with GPLv3
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html> license.*

*The build SDK
from gisinternals <http://www.gisinternals.com/sdk/> can be used to compile
MapManager. For more information about building MapManager please refer to
the Readme <https://github.com/DMS-Aus/MapManager/blob/master/README.md>

*Windows installers are provided in the following download locations.
Certain GDAL drivers are provided as separate installers due to their
custom licensing terms. When installing the GDAL driver plugins you should
select the MapManager install location as the target directory.*

*Installers based on the current MapServer release (6.4.1)*

*MapServer MapManager

*GDAL ECW driver

*GDAL FileGDB driver

*GDAL MrSID driver

*GDAL Oracle driver

*Installers based on the current MapServer stable branch (6.4) (compiled

*MapServer MapManager

*GDAL ECW driver

*GDAL FileGDB driver

*GDAL MrSID driver

*GDAL Oracle driver

*For more information about using MapManager please refer to the online
help <http://www.gisinternals.com/MapManager>.*

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