Just a few days after the release of GRASS GIS 6.4.4, now the latest and greatest QGIS Chugiak. And this new version comes with a whole bunch of improvements and new features. Check out this nice visual visual changelog of the major changes or go straight to the download page to try it out yourself.
Are you one of those people eagerly waiting for all those new features in QGIS that have been mentioned in the last couple of months on various forums and blogs? Well, the waiting is (almost) over. QGIS 2.2 is already available in OSgeo4W, Fedora, and Debian, while binary packages are being updated and will be available any time (or might already be available by the time your read this) on qgis.org. Continue reading
The release of Spatialite 4.0 was just announced on the Spatialite user group. You can download it from the Spatialite website. And while you are on the website, check out the page about switching to 4.0. Version 4.0 introduces several relevant changes, which may cause (severe) cross-version compatibility issues.
The next version of QGIS has been released and ready for your enjoyment. See this link for more information about this release.
For some time now it is possible to load SpatiaLite data layers in QGIS. It is read only though, any changes will need to be saved as shapefile.
There is a Spatialite manager plugin, which offers an interface to the database, with table view, table information, preview of the map, import of dbf files and a very basic SQL editor. Unfortunately, it doesn’t offer what I would consider a key function, the option to upload layers to the Spatialite database.
This gap has now been filled by the QGIS plugin QSpatialite. Continue reading