gvSIG-EIEL 1.0 RC1 released! Sweet Open Source GIS, baby!

This is just a quick post to let the world know that GIS application gvSIG-EIEL has left beta and an improved version that has eliminated bugs found during its beta phase has been released by Cartolab. What is gvSIG-EIEL? Where to get it? Read on to find out.

gvSIG-EIEL 1.0 RC1 released! Sweet Open Source GIS, baby!

gvSIG-EIEL is a powerful Open Source GIS application, designed for the sole purpose of providing GIS professionals the necessary tools to effectively manage infrastructures and equipments. It is developed by Cartolab (Cartographic Engineering Laboratory of the School of Civil Engineering, Canales y Puertos, University of A Coruna) and it was first launched in beta last February 24th.

gvSIG-EIEL 1.0 RC1 - Screenshot

Cartolab has just released gvSIG-EIEL 1.0 Release Candidate 1 and it comes complete with some new features that have been suggested by users that have been using gvSIG-EIEL ever since its initial beta phase You can get the rest of details of the release from its official link but I must warn you, it’s in Spanish! Whatever it is, you may now download gvSIG-EIEL 1.0 RC1 and its source codes.
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