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== 11/11/14 RiskScape 0.3.6 released ==
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What is new in this release:
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* Reworked map interface (legends and toolbar)
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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Map_Service WMS implementation] for backgrounds (comes with default, but a few other choices available). Please let us know if you know of WFS services that can be added to the default list. Only OGC compliant services for now (i.e., no ESRI services unless running in OGC compliant mode)
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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shapefile ESRI shapefiles] can be read in individually and can be designated as default background.
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* A significant change in modules and types schemas, so this version is not backward compatible (i.e. you will have to rebuild any modules you made to make them compatible with this version).
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Or you can use:
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* A new tool, the Module Metadata Editor has been added to the Tools suite. With it you can edit a basic module information.
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* [[Release notes|Various bug fixes]]
  
 
== 25/09/14 Reprojection bug found in Version 0.3.5 ==
 
== 25/09/14 Reprojection bug found in Version 0.3.5 ==

Revision as of 00:32, 11 November 2014

11/11/14 RiskScape 0.3.6 released

What is new in this release:

  • Reworked map interface (legends and toolbar)
  • WMS implementation for backgrounds (comes with default, but a few other choices available). Please let us know if you know of WFS services that can be added to the default list. Only OGC compliant services for now (i.e., no ESRI services unless running in OGC compliant mode)
  • ESRI shapefiles can be read in individually and can be designated as default background.
  • A significant change in modules and types schemas, so this version is not backward compatible (i.e. you will have to rebuild any modules you made to make them compatible with this version).

Or you can use:

  • A new tool, the Module Metadata Editor has been added to the Tools suite. With it you can edit a basic module information.
  • Various bug fixes

25/09/14 Reprojection bug found in Version 0.3.5

A bug that prevents hazard layers in NZMG to be reprojected correctly to NZTM has been found.
The workaround is to set your default cordinate system to NZMG which can be done in the RiskScape configuration wizard.
As a matter of practice, we also recommend that - when possible - you don't use data in mixed coordinate systems, as reprojection from one coordinate system to another is numerically intensive.
A fix to this bug will be included in the next release of RiskScape which is scheduled for the end of October 2014