I’ve released Emdros 3.2.0 over at SourceForge.net.
The release notes appear below.
Please let me know via the usual avenues whether anything is amiss.
- *** Version 3.2.0 ***
As usual, binaries are available for Mac OS X, Windows(R), and Fedora
The Windows binaries have support for MySQL, SQLite 2, and SQLite 3.
They are built with Visual Studio Express 2010.
The Mac OS X binaries are Universal binaries running on Mac OS X 10.4
(Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard), and 10.6 (Snow Leopard). They do not have
support for either MySQL or PostgreSQL; Only SQLite 2 and SQLite 3 are
supported in the Mac OS X binaries. You can compile the sources with
support for MySQL yourself, though, and possibly also PostgreSQL.
The Fedora binaries come with support for PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite 2,
and SQLite 3.
This release has the following changes over 3.1.1:
- A new backend was created, called the BPT engine. It is
proprietary, and thus not Open Source, at the moment (sorry).
Interested licensors can contact me at ulrikp – at – emdros |dot|
org for questions about this new engine.
- SQLite3 was upgraded to version 3.6.17
- PCRE was upgraded to version 8.01. The license is still BSD.
- The TIGERXML importer is now more lenient towards the XML being
- The Emdros Query Tool now implements an XML_Output_Style. See the
User’s Guide for the Emdros Query Tool for how to use it. WARNING:
The output is still subject to change!
- The Emdros Query Tool (GUI version) can now create PNG files right
from the command line. See the man page for eqtu.
- Assorted changes to the harvest library. Note that the harvest
library is not stable yet; all APIs are subject to change as I
experiment with the best way of doing this important task.
- A topographic query can be stopped by setting the following bool to
- Assorted changes to the horizontal tree and vertical tree layout