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MapGuide Maestro downloads

From this page you may download MapGuide Maestro.

Windows (Current release)

On windows you can download MapGuide Maestro as an MSI installable 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.

The installer will create a shorcut in your start menu. If you choose the binaries, simply double click on Maestro.exe. If you get errors after upgrading, try uninstalling and deleting the folder "C:\Program files\HexaD\MapGuide Maestro". Then re-install.

Linux / Mac OS (Current release)

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 "MapGuide Maestro"
mv Release Maestro

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 libmono-winforms2.0-cil

For other distros, please consult you 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.

Preview releases

This release may not be functional. It might not be translated completely. It is here to showcase new features or to get feedback on particular issues. Most users do not want to download these files. If you use the installer, you must uninstall a previous version first. If you use the binaries, DO NOT overwrite your current installation, as the next release will not replace your files, and thus not work. Uninstall will even leave the files there.

The number indicates what revision of the source code the items were built with. The Revision log explains what changes are contained in the code.

r3705 has the following fixes and additions to 1.0.9:

  • Enabled editing of permissions on the root node.
  • Fixed a bug with creating a package from the entire site.
  • A profile button that measures the time taken to retrieve a schema and render a layer. Works for both LayerDefinitions and MapDefinitions.
  • Fixed a bug when changing servers and pages were open.
  • Fixed a bug with "Save As.." where the text on the tab would display the old name.
  • Changed the button display to better match the posibilities of the open resource editor.
  • Fixed a bug where uploading/restoring packages would fail, due to translation errors.
  • Added easy access to the ResourceID from properties, and the main tree's context menu.
  • Fixed delete of layer groups in maps
  • Fixed a problem with using custom colors in the color picker
  • Added support for base layer groups, including conversion to and from regular groups
  • Added support for editing and building finitite display scales, linear and logarithmic
  • Main window now remembers previous location on startup
  • MgCooker? is part of the installation and avalible on maps
  • Fixed a bug with scale range display on raster layers
  • Better display of actual data on previews
  • Fixed a bug with reading localization files.
  • Fixed a bug where x and y was swapped on previews.
  • Fixed a bug where the z column was not saved on ODBC setup.
  • Folders and resources with dots (.) and slashes (/) are now shown correctly.
  • Added a resource validator to check items for common errors
  • Fixed a collision with unsaved items, and the validator

Previous releases

Previous releases can be found here: Maestro files.