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Spatial Is Not Special
Spatial data processing simply is a branch in computing between many others: and spatial data are too much strategic and pervasive to be confined to niche applications
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libspatialite sources a library extending the basic SQLite core in order to get a full fledged Spatial DBMS, really simple and lightweight, but mostly OGC-SFS compliant
virtualpg sources a loadable dynamic extension module to both SQLite and SpatiaLite implementing VirtualPostgres (direct SQL cross access to PostgreSQL/PostGIS tables).
freexl sources a library to extract valid data from within an Excel (.xls) spreadsheet
readosm sources a library indifferenclty parsing both OSM-XML and OSM-protobuf datasets
spatialite-tools sources a collection of CLI tools supporting SpatiaLite.
librasterlite2 sources an advanced library supporting raster handling methods
spatialite-gui sources a GUI tool supporting SpatiaLite in the easiest way
librewms sources a WMS viewer built on the top of RasterLite2
dataseltzer sources a CGI component built on the top of Spatialite supporting OpenData dissemination
Obsolete / Discontinued software [no longer maintained]
libgaiagraphics sources a library supporting common-utility raster handling methods
librasterlite sources a library allowing to store huge raster coverages within a SpatiaLite DBMS
spatialite-gis sources a minimalistic GIS tool built on the top of SpatiaLite and RasterLite
LibreAtlas sources a Geography Education application built on top of SpatiaLite and RasterLite
MS Windows binaries current stable version x86 (32 bit) amd64 (64 bit)
NEXT GENERATION
5.0.0 2020-08-25
x86 (32 bit) amd64 (64 bit)
previous stable versionx86 (32 bit) amd64 (64 bit)
Detailed build instructions MinGW (32 bit) how-to MinGW (64 bit) how-to MSVC how-to
Linux how-to
OSGeo4W packaging how-to

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The Gaia-SINS federated projects are developed and maintained by Alessandro Furieri a.furieri@lqt.it