[Chameleon] Chameleon 1.99 beta 4

Bart van den Eijnden bartvde at xs4all.nl
Mon Dec 13 12:08:10 EST 2004

Hi Paul,

reading the release notes my eyes caught the following:

"added support for running from a CD or auto-mounted usb device.  

Can you tell a bit more about this? What approach does it follow?

Best regards,

On Mon, 13 Dec 2004 09:20:38 -0500, Paul Spencer <pspencer at dmsolutions.ca>  

> All,
> <NOTE>
> my appologies for using both chameleon and chameleon-announce lists ...
> I'm not sure if everyone has had a chance to subscribe to
> chameleon-announce yet.  Starting soon, however, release announcements
> (such as this one) will only appear on the announce list.  The announce
> list is a very low traffic list that will only have announcements such
> as this one appearing on it.  We will also use it for important patches
> and security alerts as necessary.
> </NOTE>
> Chameleon 1.99 beta 4 is now available for download.  Due to a number of
> changes in the core of Chameleon, I felt it was wiser to release another
> beta than to proceed directly to a Release Candidate ...
> Downloads for linux and Windows are available at
> http://www.maptools.org/chameleon.
> An MS4W version is available from http://www.maptools.org/dl/ms4w/
> There are a number of new features, a couple of changes, and a bunch of
> bug fixes.  Please read the release notes are available at:
> http://www.maptools.org/chameleon/index.phtml?page=chameleon-1.99beta3.20041109.history.txt
> This should be the last beta for version 1.99.
> Starting with the first Release Candidate, we will be switching to 2.0
> to bring the numbering scheme in line with our revised release strategy.  
>   While the release plan is still being finalized, look for a final
> release of 2.0 in early January followed by a couple of releases per
> year, coinciding approximately with MapServer releases.
> Cheers,
> Paul

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