OpenOrienteering is a project developing a collection of tools which help with the creation of orienteering maps and the organization of orienteering events.
Posted on 16 May 2020 by Kai Pastor
We are proud to announce the release of OpenOrienteering Mapper 0.9.3. This official release includes bug fixes and new features. Key changes since v0.9.2 are:
This release contains 196 commits with 133 changed files since v0.9.2. Many thanks go to 26 contributors.
Posted on 15 March 2020 by Kai Pastor
We are proud to announce the release of OpenOrienteering Mapper 0.9.2. This official release includes bug fixes and new features. Key changes since v0.9.1 are:
Bug fixes and minor improvements resolving…
This release contains 254 commits with 308 changed files since v0.9.1. Many thanks go to 19 contributors.
Posted on 05 December 2019 by Kai Pastor
We are proud to announce the release of OpenOrienteering Mapper 0.9.1. This official release includes bug fixes and updates. Key changes since v0.9.0 are:
This release contains 152 commits with 130 changed files since v0.9.0. Many thanks go to 14 contributors.
Posted on 22 October 2019 by Kai Pastor
We are proud to announce the release of OpenOrienteering Mapper 0.9.0. This official release includes a lot of work which was made available for testing via unstable “dev” pre-releases. Key changes since 0.8.4 are:
Less visible but nevertheless important is the introduction of a continuous integration process with test automation for macOS, Linux and Windows on the Azure Pipelines services from Microsoft. Together with the Open Build Service for Linux, all release packages are created in an automated way now. This greatly improves our ability to do frequent releases with confidence in quality.
This release contains 845 commits with 517 changed files since v0.8.4. As usual, many thanks go to the 14 contributors, but also to all those who helped finding issues with the ‘dev’ pre-releases. There is work-in-progress on ISSprOM 2019, but it is not included yet.
Posted on 16 September 2019 by Kai Pastor
Mapper 0.9.0 is coming closer. There has been a lot of progress since v0.8.4. While we didn’t report any details here, we continued to provide snapshots of the development work for testing. The ‘unstable’ builds we used to provide for Windows via Open Build Service have been replaced by ‘dev’ builds for Windows, macOS and Android, published on our Releases page on Github. These builds are done on Microsoft’s Azure Pipelines service now, and we will create the official releases in the same way. Continuous integration in Azure Pipelines already helped a lot in verifying the quality of the source code.
The latest ‘dev’ build was published yesterday. Its major addition is support for enabling touch mode (i.e. the mobile user interface) on PCs, and access to the GPS location on Windows (for tracking in touch mode).
Since v0.8.4, the most prominent improvement is the extended OCD import and export, which now covers more versions and features. Another addition is GeoTIFF support. Of course there were significant updates to third-party components, and updates required for supporting new Android versions.
By testing the dev builds, you can help us to remove sharp edges before releasing Mapper 0.9.0.
There is work-in-progress on ISSprOM 2019 and ISOM 2017-2 symbol sets, but these are not included yet.