Current tds 4.3 version (4.3.14) already is almost up to date with the
ncWMS trunk, actually we have synchronized up to revision 957 (current
is 972). Besides, we added some of the features from the asascience
ncWMS version: new vector styles and interval time support in the wms
We are currently working in getting everything up to date with the
ncWMS-1.0 for our next release, 4.3.15, and also we'll make our version
of the ncWMS code available in an Unidata's github repository so people
will be able to see the actual code that TDS work with (although the
code is already available in our nexus server and gets downloaded with a
Hopefully, when the ncWMS modular version is ready we'll just pull the
code from the the ncWMS without keeping these intermediate branches.
On 12/06/2012 05:59 AM, Signell, Richard wrote:
How does this version relate to the version of WMS included with the
Thredds Data Server 4.3 stable release announced earlier this week?
Are the development paths still closely linked, or are they diverging?
On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 5:04 PM, Jon Blower <j.d.blower@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The ncWMS team is pleased to announce (finally!) that we have released a full
version 1.0, available from http://ncwms.sf.net. This includes a number of bug
fixes and tweaks since the previous release candidate (1.0RC3). Everyone is
encouraged to upgrade.
(I'm aware that the documentation needs updating in places - this will be done
as soon as we can.)
Unfortunately we have not been able to include all recent feature requests,
mainly because we have had to focus efforts on the needs of specific projects.
However, we have been working on many things recently and will gradually fold
these innovations back to the main line of development. Future releases will
1. Support for more sophisticated styling mechanisms, giving greater control
over colour palettes and vector styles, plus new styles including contours.
2. Support for non-gridded data types (e.g. in situ observations, "point" data).
3. A more modular build system based on Maven, allowing modules to be reused
more easily in other projects (e.g. THREDDS).
... amongst many other features. Note that we are moving away from the current
Sourceforge/Subversion system for releases and builds. When we have a new
release under the new system we will notify everyone. (Bug fixes will still be
applied to ncWMS 1.0, so there may be more minor releases under this line.)
As usual, please keep the suggestions and bug reports coming in!
Jon, Guy and the team
Dr Jon Blower
Technical Director, Reading e-Science Centre
Environmental Systems Science Centre
University of Reading, UK
Tel: +44 (0)118 378 5213
Mob: +44 (0)7919 112687
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