Development site moved to GitHub.
The development site of GSDView has been moved to GitHub. Now the source code repository, the wiki, and the issue tracker can be found at https://github.com/avalentino/gsdview. The main project page togeter with the the home page and file download hosting are still on SourceForge.
Renewed sphinx theme.
The HTML sphinx theme has been renewed. It is now based on the pydoctheme.
Packaging scripts updated to support PyInstaller 2.0.
The packaging scripts have been updated to run with the new PyInstaller 2.0.
Implemented support for Python 3.
The complete News archive is also available.
GSDView (Geo-Spatial Data Viewer) Open Edition is a lightweight viewer for geo-spatial data and products. It is written in python and Qt4 and it is mainly intended to be a graphical front-end for the GDAL library and tools. GSDView is modular and has a simple plug-in architecture.
two editions of GSDView currently exist:
In order to run GSDView you should have the following software installed:
in order to run GSDView with Python 3.x GDAL >= 1.10 is required.
Decompress the distribution package:
$ tar xvfz gsdview-X.YY.tar.gz
From the package directory run the following command as superuser:
# python setup.py install
You can also install GSDView in a custom location:
# python setup.py install --prefix=<PATH_TO_INSTALL_DIR>
If you have all dependencies installed you can run GSDView without installation by simply running the following command in the package root:
$ python run.py
WindowsTM users can run GSDView without installation by double-clicking on gsdview.pyw file.
If it doesn’t exist you can get it by making a copy of the run.py file and renaming it run.pyw.