Tuesday, June 16, 2009

New Server

Refractions is kindly hooking us up with a new server; there may be some transition pains as the website, mailing list and wiki are moved across.

In order to facilitate the global nature of uDig development Jesse Eichar from our project steering committee is also experimenting with a GIT repository located in Europe. For more information please join the developer list and say hi.

Monday, June 15, 2009


This release, available for uDig 1.1.x, includes new improvements and bug fixes. We want to highlight the following:

Split Operation. We have fixed the split behaviour to split a geometry properly using complex split line like it's shown in the following figures.

Split Operation. Fixed the split behaviour to split geometries properly when splitting several neighbour features.

– The Spatial Operations framework was refactored to provide an extension point that could be used by other developers to add new operations.

To test this new release please visit the uDig update-site or our web site www.axios.es download page. Here you can find the latest stable release Axios uDig Extensions 1.1.4, as well as the latest under development release Axios uDig Extensions 1.2.0-RC01 for uDig 1.1.x.

If you want to know more about this project visit the
following page: Spatial Operations and Editing Tools

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

uDig Code Grind 2009 coming up!

We are embarking on a week long code sprint from July 13 to 17. The main goals are to focus on the core features and functionality of uDig 1.2 and ensure that they are release ready.

This will be a world-wide event with several members Australia as well as others from Europe and North America. We will maintain a strong presence on IRC but will supplement it with frequent skype calls and video conferences.

Everone is welcome to join. Documentation, testing or coding: all contributions are welcome.

Our many thanks to the sponsers of this sprint: