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Version 37 (modified by Mike Toews, 9 years ago) (diff)

current stable is now 1.7

Downloading GDAL/OGR Source

Packaged Source

All source releases are available for download from:

1.7.0 Latest Stable Release - January 2010

ALERT: The GDAL/OGR 1.7.0 release has been discovered to have a serious bug which results in all Erdas Imagine files (HFA driver) being generated in a way that is unreadable by non-GDAL software. It is expected that within a few days a 1.7.1 release will be issued and the 1.7.0 release retracted. See http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/ticket/3382 for details.

1.7.0 Release News

1.6.3 - November 2009

1.6.3 Release News

1.6.2 - August 2009

1.6.2 Release News

1.6.1 - May 2009

1.6.1 Release News

1.6.0 - December 2008

1.6.0 Release News

Related - GRASS-GDAL plugin:

1.5.4 - January 2009

1.5.4 Release News

1.5.3 - October 2008

1.5.3 Release News

Related - GRASS-GDAL plugin:

1.5.2 - May 2008

1.5.2 Release News

1.5.1 - March 2008

1.5.1 Release News

1.5.0 - December 2007

1.5.0 Release News

1.4.5 - December 2008

1.4.5 Release News

1.4.4 - November 2007

1.4.4 Release News

1.4.3 - Retracted

1.4.3 Release News

1.4.2 - June 2007

1.4.2 Release News

1.4.1 - April 2007

1.4.1 Release News

1.4.0 - January 2007

Nightly Snapshots

Each night two snapshots are created from the subversion current development version (1.7.0 dev) and the latest stable branch (1.6), and made available at the following url. These nightly snapshots may be broken on any given night. Use at own risk!

Subversion

The GDAL/OGR software lives in the Subversion source control system. It can be browsed online using the Browse Source button on the top bar.

With the subversion client software installed, the current development version can be extracted using the command:

  svn checkout https://svn.osgeo.org/gdal/trunk/gdal gdal

To extract the current stable version use the command:

  svn checkout https://svn.osgeo.org/gdal/branches/1.7/gdal gdal

Update access to the Subversion repository is governed by RFC 3: GDAL Commiter Guidelines. Commiters should take care to use https for access, and use their OSGeo Userid for authentication. A commit command might look something like:

  svn commit -m "fix buffer overwrite in RawRasterBand::RasterIO() (bug #999)" rawdataset.cpp --username warmerdam