[postgis-users] pgRouting 2.1.0, pgRouting 2.0.1 and osm2pgrouting-2.1.0-alpha - windows binaries available
lr at pcorp.us
Mon Sep 7 20:10:19 PDT 2015
pgRouting 2.1.0 and osm2pgrouting 2.1.0-alpha were released today - details
For windows users wanting to try out the new pgRouting and osm2pgrouting
offerings, these are now available on PostGIS windows page:
http://postgis.net/windows_downloads In the experimental section.
More comments here:
Let me know if you run into issues. Want to catch all before PostGIS 2.2.
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[mailto:pgrouting-dev-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Daniel Kastl
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2015 2:59 PM
To: pgRouting developers mailing list <pgrouting-dev at lists.osgeo.org>;
pgRouting users mailing list <pgrouting-users at lists.osgeo.org>
Subject: [pgrouting-dev] Release of pgRouting 2.1.0, pgRouting 2.0.1 and
The pgRouting Team is pleased to announce the release of pgRouting 2.1.0!
With the release of pgRouting 2.1 the library has been refactored, various
bugs have been fixed and a new VRP solver has been added as a new algorithm.
As a result of this effort, we have been able to simplify pgRouting, remove
redundant code and improve the underlying functions in terms of stability
For a summary of important changes see the following release notes:
To see the full list of changes check the list of Closed Issues on
The pgRouting 2.1 Documentation is available under the following URL:
A bug-fix release of pgRouting 2.0 has been published as well:
During this year's Google Summer of Code osm2pgrouting has been refactored
and improved. Thank you to our GSoC student Sarthak Agarwal.
We appreciate any feedback and help in testing the new version of
Thank you to all of the users, developers, and supporters of pgRouting. We
would like to call out special thanks for this pgRouting release to Vicky
Vergara, Regina Obe and Ko Nagase for their time and support that really
made this release possible!
Furthermore thank you to Georepublic, Paragon Corporation and iMaptools.com
for continued support of the pgRouting project. We also had a lot of support
from our users testing releases, submitting patches, reporting issues and
our apologies for not being able to list everyone by name but we do
appreciate everyone's efforts.
Hope to see some of you at FOSS4G Seoul!
The pgRouting Team
Georepublic UG & Georepublic Japan
eMail: daniel.kastl at georepublic.de
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