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MapGuide Maestro downloads

From this page you may download MapGuide Maestro.

Preview release

The current preview release of MapGuide Maestro is 5.0 RC1 (5.0.0.7532)

Windows

On windows you can download MapGuide Maestro as a NSIS installer package, or as a zipped file of executeables. You must have the .Net framework 4.0 installed. The installer will automatically ask you to install it, if you don't have it.

Linux / Mac OS

Please note for Linux / Mac OS, the Local Connection mode and IronPython? scripting functionality is not compatible. You must download the zip package which does not include these components.

For linux or Mac OS, you must first install Mono and the winforms packages. Once Mono is installed, please download the binaries:

Please note for 5.0 beta 1 onwards, the minimum required version of Mono is 2.8

For ubuntu the following apt-get command will fetch the required packages:

sudo apt-get install mono-runtime libmono-system-windows-forms4.0-cil libmono-system-core4.0-cil libmono-system-numerics4.0-cil libmono-system-web4.0-cil

SDK

The Maestro SDK is a separate package containing only the core Maestro libraries allowing you to create your own applications that use the Maestro API. The SDK package includes:

  • The Maestro API libraries (these are the same identical libraries used by the Maestro application)
  • A Visual Studio 2010 solution of .net console/desktop sample projects illustrating use of the Maestro API
  • A Visual Studio 2010 solution of ASP.net sample projects illustration use of the Maestro API in a web context
  • Maestro API documentation in Compiled HTML Help (CHM) format.

Like the application itself, the SDK is 32-bit and targets .net Framework 4.0

SDK packages are released concurrently with Maestro. Whenever a new release of Maestro is available, you can expect a new SDK release as well.

Download

Stable release

The current stable release of MapGuide Maestro is 4.0.5 (4.0.5.7527)

Windows

On windows you can download MapGuide Maestro as a NSIS installer package, or as a zipped file of executeables. You must have the .Net framework 2.0 installed. The installer will automatically ask you to install it, if you don't have it.

Linux / Mac OS

Please note for Linux / Mac OS, the Local Connection mode functionality is not compatible. You must download the zip package.

For linux or Mac OS, you must first install Mono and the winforms packages. Once Mono is installed, please download the binaries:

The installation is simply unzipping the file:

unzip "MapGuideMaestro-4.0.5-Release.zip"

Then run the application:

cd Maestro
mono Maestro.exe

If you are missing either Mono or the winforms package, the following command installs it for Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install mono-runtime libmono-winforms2.0-cil

For Fedora, this command will install Mono:

sudo yum install mono-core mono-winforms

For other distros, please consult your system documentation.

Please note that Mono support for WinForms is not 100% stable. Even though WinForms is feature complete, some features do not work flawlessly. This means that there are occasional drawing problems. Flipping a tab page back and forth usually solves the problem. Some buttons are missing, because Mono renders them outside the visible area. There are also some issues with certain icons.

For best results, use the most current release of Mono (currently 2.10.2) where possible. The minimum usable release is Mono 2.0 (this was the release where WinForms? was 100% API complete)

SDK

The Maestro SDK is a separate package containing only the core Maestro libraries allowing you to create your own applications that use the Maestro API. The SDK package includes:

  • The Maestro API libraries (these are the same identical libraries used by the Maestro application)
  • A Visual Studio 2008 solution of .net console/desktop sample projects illustrating use of the Maestro API
  • A Visual Studio 2008 solution of ASP.net sample projects illustration use of the Maestro API in a web context
  • Maestro API documentation in Compiled HTML Help (CHM) format.

Like the application itself, the SDK is 32-bit and targets .net Framework 2.0

SDK packages are released concurrently with Maestro. Whenever a new release of Maestro is available, you can expect a new SDK release as well.

Download

Previous releases

Previous releases can be found here: Maestro files.