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Fwd: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available

jmckenna
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Forwarding the announcement below to the pycsw community, as
MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 contains pycsw-master and an embedded Python 3.7.0,
running through Apache's mod_wsgi ....  -jeff




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2019 20:46:49 -0400
From: Jeff McKenna <[hidden email]>
To: MapServer-users <[hidden email]>

Hello everyone,

Many Windows users will be very interested that MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 is
available now, which will be a huge release of changes, as every library
(over 200 now) has been upgraded and built with a new compiler (Visual
Studio 2017), and contains many great additions overall.  You can test
the beta at:

  - installer:
https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w-4.0.0-beta1-setup.exe 
(recommended)
  - archive: https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w_4.0.0_beta1.zip

Please see MS4W's HISTORY.txt for all of the changes, but here are some
of the highlights:

  - Mapbox Vector Tile output through MapServer (demo included)
  - PHP7 mapscript support (using the SWIG API)
  - usual mapscripts available (Java, Python, CSharp)
  - embedded Python 3.7.0
  - running pycsw Catalogue Server
  - expanded ZOO-Project WPS support (all GDAL/OGR services, Python,
PHP, CSharp, Java)
  - new Matomo Analytics package
  - simple map viewer on the localhost page
  - GDAL 2.4.0
  - MapServer 7.4.0-dev
  - mod_wsgi for Apache
  - and many more...

You can see that MS4W-4.0.0 will be a full SDI for Windows environments,
with ~40+ working mapfiles and over 1.7GB of files, empowering DevOps
and organizations worldwide.  Also note that this is a major release for
MS4W, meaning that some things have changed dramatically (PHPmapscript
will now use the SWIG API for example), so please follow MS4W's README
for specific instructions for the many plugins and mapscripts.

When installing, it is very important that (if you are using the .zip)
your server must have the C++ Redistributable installed on it
beforehand: execute the local file /ms4w/tmp/vcredist_x86.exe
(alternatively if you use MS4W's setup.exe installer this is done
automatically)

Please provide your 4.0.0 testing feedback through the MS4W tracker (so
the feedback is not lost or forgotten): http://www.ms4w.com/trac/

Thank you all for sharing your spatial information with MS4W.


-jeff


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MapServer Consulting and Training Services
https://gatewaygeomatics.com/




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Re: Fwd: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available

Tom Kralidis
Wow this is great work Jeff thank you!! Interested in feedback on how things work with Python 3.7 as well as suggestions for a UI update.

Thanks

..Tom

> On Feb 4, 2019, at 20:47, Jeff McKenna <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Forwarding the announcement below to the pycsw community, as MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 contains pycsw-master and an embedded Python 3.7.0, running through Apache's mod_wsgi ....  -jeff
>
>
>
>
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available
> Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2019 20:46:49 -0400
> From: Jeff McKenna <[hidden email]>
> To: MapServer-users <[hidden email]>
>
> Hello everyone,
>
> Many Windows users will be very interested that MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 is available now, which will be a huge release of changes, as every library
> (over 200 now) has been upgraded and built with a new compiler (Visual Studio 2017), and contains many great additions overall.  You can test the beta at:
>
> - installer: https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w-4.0.0-beta1-setup.exe (recommended)
> - archive: https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w_4.0.0_beta1.zip
>
> Please see MS4W's HISTORY.txt for all of the changes, but here are some of the highlights:
>
> - Mapbox Vector Tile output through MapServer (demo included)
> - PHP7 mapscript support (using the SWIG API)
> - usual mapscripts available (Java, Python, CSharp)
> - embedded Python 3.7.0
> - running pycsw Catalogue Server
> - expanded ZOO-Project WPS support (all GDAL/OGR services, Python, PHP, CSharp, Java)
> - new Matomo Analytics package
> - simple map viewer on the localhost page
> - GDAL 2.4.0
> - MapServer 7.4.0-dev
> - mod_wsgi for Apache
> - and many more...
>
> You can see that MS4W-4.0.0 will be a full SDI for Windows environments, with ~40+ working mapfiles and over 1.7GB of files, empowering DevOps and organizations worldwide.  Also note that this is a major release for MS4W, meaning that some things have changed dramatically (PHPmapscript will now use the SWIG API for example), so please follow MS4W's README for specific instructions for the many plugins and mapscripts.
>
> When installing, it is very important that (if you are using the .zip) your server must have the C++ Redistributable installed on it beforehand: execute the local file /ms4w/tmp/vcredist_x86.exe (alternatively if you use MS4W's setup.exe installer this is done automatically)
>
> Please provide your 4.0.0 testing feedback through the MS4W tracker (so the feedback is not lost or forgotten): http://www.ms4w.com/trac/
>
> Thank you all for sharing your spatial information with MS4W.
>
>
> -jeff
>
>
> --
> Jeff McKenna
> MapServer Consulting and Training Services
> https://gatewaygeomatics.com/
>
>
>
>
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Re: Fwd: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available

jmckenna
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Thanks Tom!  By the way here is a sample service through MS4W & mod_wsgi
& Python 3.7
https://ms4w.me/pycsw?service=CSW&version=3.0.0&request=GetCapabilities

-jeff



On 2019-02-11 9:27 AM, Tom Kralidis wrote:

> Wow this is great work Jeff thank you!! Interested in feedback on how things work with Python 3.7 as well as suggestions for a UI update.
>
> Thanks
>
> ..Tom
>
>> On Feb 4, 2019, at 20:47, Jeff McKenna <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> Forwarding the announcement below to the pycsw community, as MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 contains pycsw-master and an embedded Python 3.7.0, running through Apache's mod_wsgi ....  -jeff
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> -------- Forwarded Message --------
>> Subject: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available
>> Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2019 20:46:49 -0400
>> From: Jeff McKenna <[hidden email]>
>> To: MapServer-users <[hidden email]>
>>
>> Hello everyone,
>>
>> Many Windows users will be very interested that MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 is available now, which will be a huge release of changes, as every library
>> (over 200 now) has been upgraded and built with a new compiler (Visual Studio 2017), and contains many great additions overall.  You can test the beta at:
>>
>> - installer: https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w-4.0.0-beta1-setup.exe (recommended)
>> - archive: https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w_4.0.0_beta1.zip
>>
>> Please see MS4W's HISTORY.txt for all of the changes, but here are some of the highlights:
>>
>> - Mapbox Vector Tile output through MapServer (demo included)
>> - PHP7 mapscript support (using the SWIG API)
>> - usual mapscripts available (Java, Python, CSharp)
>> - embedded Python 3.7.0
>> - running pycsw Catalogue Server
>> - expanded ZOO-Project WPS support (all GDAL/OGR services, Python, PHP, CSharp, Java)
>> - new Matomo Analytics package
>> - simple map viewer on the localhost page
>> - GDAL 2.4.0
>> - MapServer 7.4.0-dev
>> - mod_wsgi for Apache
>> - and many more...
>>
>> You can see that MS4W-4.0.0 will be a full SDI for Windows environments, with ~40+ working mapfiles and over 1.7GB of files, empowering DevOps and organizations worldwide.  Also note that this is a major release for MS4W, meaning that some things have changed dramatically (PHPmapscript will now use the SWIG API for example), so please follow MS4W's README for specific instructions for the many plugins and mapscripts.
>>
>> When installing, it is very important that (if you are using the .zip) your server must have the C++ Redistributable installed on it beforehand: execute the local file /ms4w/tmp/vcredist_x86.exe (alternatively if you use MS4W's setup.exe installer this is done automatically)
>>
>> Please provide your 4.0.0 testing feedback through the MS4W tracker (so the feedback is not lost or forgotten): http://www.ms4w.com/trac/
>>
>> Thank you all for sharing your spatial information with MS4W.
>>
>>
>> -jeff
>>
>>



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https://gatewaygeomatics.com/
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Re: Fwd: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available

jmckenna
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Of course the power of this is that it is a single unzip to the C drive,
and you get the full magic included in that zip of Python 3.7, Apache,
mod_wsgi, pycsw, and ability to serve and consume various OGC services
(WMS, WFS, WFS-T, WCS, WPS, etc) without installing anything else, other
than that single unzip command.

It is exciting to see MS4W move into the full SDI realm.  Again thank
you to pycsw !!!!

-jeff



On 2019-02-20 1:07 PM, Jeff McKenna wrote:

> Thanks Tom!  By the way here is a sample service through MS4W & mod_wsgi
> & Python 3.7
> https://ms4w.me/pycsw?service=CSW&version=3.0.0&request=GetCapabilities
>
> -jeff
>
>
>
> On 2019-02-11 9:27 AM, Tom Kralidis wrote:
>> Wow this is great work Jeff thank you!! Interested in feedback on how
>> things work with Python 3.7 as well as suggestions for a UI update.
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> ..Tom
>>
>>> On Feb 4, 2019, at 20:47, Jeff McKenna
>>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> Forwarding the announcement below to the pycsw community, as
>>> MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 contains pycsw-master and an embedded Python 3.7.0,
>>> running through Apache's mod_wsgi ....  -jeff
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> -------- Forwarded Message --------
>>> Subject: MS4W version 4.0.0-beta1 available
>>> Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2019 20:46:49 -0400
>>> From: Jeff McKenna <[hidden email]>
>>> To: MapServer-users <[hidden email]>
>>>
>>> Hello everyone,
>>>
>>> Many Windows users will be very interested that MS4W-4.0.0-beta1 is
>>> available now, which will be a huge release of changes, as every library
>>> (over 200 now) has been upgraded and built with a new compiler
>>> (Visual Studio 2017), and contains many great additions overall.  You
>>> can test the beta at:
>>>
>>> - installer:
>>> https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w-4.0.0-beta1-setup.exe 
>>> (recommended)
>>> - archive: https://ms4w.com/release/experimental/ms4w_4.0.0_beta1.zip
>>>
>>> Please see MS4W's HISTORY.txt for all of the changes, but here are
>>> some of the highlights:
>>>
>>> - Mapbox Vector Tile output through MapServer (demo included)
>>> - PHP7 mapscript support (using the SWIG API)
>>> - usual mapscripts available (Java, Python, CSharp)
>>> - embedded Python 3.7.0
>>> - running pycsw Catalogue Server
>>> - expanded ZOO-Project WPS support (all GDAL/OGR services, Python,
>>> PHP, CSharp, Java)
>>> - new Matomo Analytics package
>>> - simple map viewer on the localhost page
>>> - GDAL 2.4.0
>>> - MapServer 7.4.0-dev
>>> - mod_wsgi for Apache
>>> - and many more...
>>>
>>> You can see that MS4W-4.0.0 will be a full SDI for Windows
>>> environments, with ~40+ working mapfiles and over 1.7GB of files,
>>> empowering DevOps and organizations worldwide.  Also note that this
>>> is a major release for MS4W, meaning that some things have changed
>>> dramatically (PHPmapscript will now use the SWIG API for example), so
>>> please follow MS4W's README for specific instructions for the many
>>> plugins and mapscripts.
>>>
>>> When installing, it is very important that (if you are using the
>>> .zip) your server must have the C++ Redistributable installed on it
>>> beforehand: execute the local file /ms4w/tmp/vcredist_x86.exe
>>> (alternatively if you use MS4W's setup.exe installer this is done
>>> automatically)
>>>
>>> Please provide your 4.0.0 testing feedback through the MS4W tracker
>>> (so the feedback is not lost or forgotten): http://www.ms4w.com/trac/
>>>
>>> Thank you all for sharing your spatial information with MS4W.
>>>
>>>
>>> -jeff
>>>
>>>
>
>
>


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MapServer Consulting and Training Services
https://gatewaygeomatics.com/
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