gvSIG 2.3.1, a new gvSIG version with improvements oriented to cadastre

After publishing gvSIG 2.3 scarcely a month ago, a gvSIG version with a lot of new features, we announce a new version, gvSIG 2.3.1, with a small group of novelties oriented to make the work tasks related to cadastral information easy. This version can be downloaded from the project website.

At this way, the new plugin for GML importing and generation has been included, with INSPIRE format for Cadastre. At least in Spain, the General Management for Cadastre uses a GML format (XML with geographic contents) to describe cadastral parcels in IT field. The cadastral parcel format that has been used, achieves with the INSPIRE cadastral parcel standard defined in INSPIRE Data Specification on Cadastral Parcels – Guidelines version 3.0.1.

The current plugin for cadastral searching has been updated too, improving some usability issues.

Taking advantage of this new version, several errors that have been detected by the gvSIG community have been fixed too, therefore we encourage users to update to this version.

Finally, we remind you that all the gvSIG 2.3 documentation for users as well as for developers is available online.

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4 Responses to gvSIG 2.3.1, a new gvSIG version with improvements oriented to cadastre

  1. Mundhenk, Heinz says:

    I Try to install gvSIG 2.3 and 2.3.1 (Desktop, WINDOWS 32-Bit, all-in-version, language german), on my PC (with WINDOWS XP) without success. Is everyone there who has more luck with the Installation in combination with WINDOWS XP ? It seems, when extracting the potable WIN32-version, there ist an installation file with password-protection, extracting aborted.

  2. Mario says:

    Hi Heinz, it seems that there are some libraries needed in gvSIG 2.3 that are not supported in Windows XP. Microsoft finished supporting for Windows XP two years and a half ago. We would recommend you to install gvSIG 2.2 for that OS, it worked good.
    If there is any person or entity interested in having the new gvSIG versions for XP and want to finance it, we would allocate resources to study what are these libraries and to generate a distribution for Windows XP.

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