Commit 4c0d1066 authored by Stefan Funk's avatar Stefan Funk
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Merge branch 'release/3.6.3'

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Release Version 3.6.3 (November 2020)
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* Update some attribution information for map display
* Improve Geolocation completion button and visualisation
* Add spinning flower to table status bar
* Add feature OwnStorage files list (still BETA)
* Refined coordinate setting in Geolocation completion refined (coordinates are now also set, if the name found in TGN does not match exactly the one in the address field)
* Remove HTML support for IE9
* Add link to open datasheets in Datasheet Editor from Geo-Browser's magnetic link section
* Add colours to data links in Geo-Browser
* Adapt button colors to state of editor to guide users
* Fix upload to DARIAH-DE Storage (only if CSV file or convertible)
* Import button asks for permission if dataset is on display
* Adapt documentation to new version and functions
* Add support for DARIAH-DE OwnStorage and DARIAH-DE PDP
* Add WHAT IS NEW documentation
* Add OAuth2 token support
* Add many tooltips
* Fix many TGN issues
* Fix GUI bugs
* Add GeoNames for Map selection again
* Use sort of status management now
* Use gitflow for PLATIN fork now
* Fix general HTML and CSS issues
* Add login/logout menu items
* Add DARIAH-DE Status messages
Release Version 2.7.8 (Juni 2020)
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* Popup labels on mouseOver the Place circles now first take the “name“ value, and if empty the “place“ value. If both are not set, “unknown“ is used.
* Popup labels on mouseOver the Place circles now first take the “Name“ value, and if empty the “Address“ value. If both are not set, “unknown“ is used.
* Documentation slightly updated.
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* Geo-Browser now does provide current EuroStat maps of 2013 and 2014 (GeoServer).
* The documentation has been translated to English.
* Licensing information is now provided directly in the map view (PLATIN).
* There is a possibillity to visualise local XLS/XLSX files using "Load Data" (PLATIN).
* There is a possibility to visualise local XLS/XLSX files using "Load Data" (PLATIN).
* Under "Load Overlay" the Water Layer of Maps-For-Free can be used (PLATIN).
* The global DARIAH-DE tool menu has been integrated.
* The PIWIK of GWDG was integrated, to track website-usage and browser information (taking data privacy into account). You can deactivate the tracking at the `Privacy Policy Page <https://de.dariah.eu/en/datenschutz>`__ page, or just cofigure your browser accordingly.
* The PIWIK of GWDG was integrated, to track website-usage and browser information (taking data privacy into account). You can deactivate the tracking at the `Privacy Policy Page <https://de.dariah.eu/en/datenschutz>`__ page, or just configure your browser accordingly.
* The usage of `OpenGeoNames <http://www.geonames.org/>`__ in the Datasheet Editor is again possible.
* The code of Geo-Browser and Datasheet Editor has been merged into a `shared code repository <https://projects.gwdg.de/projects/geo-browser/repository>`__.
* `PLATIN <https://github.com/DARIAH-DE/PLATIN>`__ has been forked on Github for the usage of Geo-Browser in DARIAH-DE.
......@@ -36,6 +65,6 @@ Release Version 2.0.0 (Juli 2016)
Release Version 1.0.0 (October 2015)
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* Adapted to the DARIAH-DE Styleguide.
* Adapted to the DARIAH-DE Style Guide.
* Added information to documentation and FAQ.
* Update of the timeline module, so that time ranges can now be visualised, too.
......@@ -16,8 +16,9 @@ node {
sh 'rm -f *.deb'
sh 'rm -rf PLATIN'
// TODO: Set version number in the HTML pages, too! Decide between releases and snapshots: SNAPSHOTs are put into the SNAPSHOTS repo, releases and BETAs are put into the RELEASES repo!
package_version = '2.7.8.1'
// TODO: Set version number in the HTML pages, too! Decide between releases and snapshots!
// SNAPSHOTs are put into the SNAPSHOTS repo, releases and BETAs are put into the RELEASES repo!
package_version = '3.6.3'
name = 'dariahde-geobrowser'
description = 'DARIAH-DE Geo-Browser'
url = 'https://geobrowser.de.dariah.eu/'
......@@ -31,7 +32,9 @@ node {
sh '''
echo "===> Building JavaScript and PLATIN things"
git clone https://github.com/DARIAH-DE/PLATIN.git
cd PLATIN && rake all
cd ../edit && bower install
echo "===> Preparing doc building"
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Install DARIAH-DE Geo-Browser und Datasheet Editor v2
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# The DARIAH-DE Geo-Browser and Datasheet Editor
## Install DARIAH-DE Geo-Browser und Datasheet Editor v3
1. Check out Geo-Browser main folder
$ git clone git://git.projects.gwdg.de/geo-browser.git
$ cd geo-browser
2. Check out the platin code into a PLATIN folder (from DARIAH-DE PLATIN fork)
$ git clone https://github.com/DARIAH-DE/PLATIN.git
git clone https://gitlab.gwdg.de/dariah-de/geo-browser.git
cd geo-browser
2. Check out the platin code (from DARIAH-DE PLATIN fork)
git clone https://github.com/DARIAH-DE/PLATIN.git
3. Build all the PLATIN stuff
$ cd PLATIN
$ rake all
cd PLATIN
rake all
4. Create bower_components folder by copying from existing Geo-Browser instance or installing via bower (see edit/README.md file)
$ cd edit
$ bower install
cd edit
bower install
5. Enjoy your new Geo-Browser installation!
......@@ -63,8 +63,8 @@ version = '2020'
# The full version, including alpha/beta/rc tags.
# Please put here the release date as release version!
#release = '2020-06-11-SNAPSHOT'
release = '2020-06-11'
#release = '2020-11-19-SNAPSHOT'
release = '2020-11-19-SNAPSHOT'
# The language for content autogenerated by Sphinx. Refer to documentation
# for a list of supported languages.
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......@@ -17,19 +17,19 @@ CSV files store tabular data in plain text by separating values with a comma. Ea
The fields are used for the following information:
* “Name” enables you to name your data point. Addresses have to be entered in “Address” so “Name” can be used to display the name of an event or a name that would not be recognized as Address.
* “Name” enables you to name your data point. Places have to be entered in “Address” so “Name” can be used to display the name of an event or a name that would not be recognized as Address.
* “Address“ identifies the place and is used to add “Longitude” and “Latitude” via “Geolocation Completion”
* “Address“ identifies the place and is used to add “Longitude” and “Latitude” via “Geolocation completion”
* “Description” is used to display any additional Data.
* “Longitude” and “Latitude” can be filled in by “Geolocation Completion” or manually entered and uses decimal geographic coordinates.
* “Longitude” and “Latitude” can be filled in by “Geolocation completion” or manually entered and uses decimal geographic coordinates. Existing coordinates will not be overwritten by “Geolocation completion”.
* “TimeStamp” is used to store the date of an entry. The format for time stamps is YYYY-MM-DD, however just naming the year is also possible.
* “TimeSpan:begin” and “TimeSpan:end” can be used to convey a timespan. Just like “TimeStamp” it uses YYYY-MM-DD but can be used without specifying the day.
* “GettyID” is automatically filled in using the “Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names” via “Geolocation Completion”
* “GettyID” is automatically filled in using the “Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names” via “Geolocation completion”. An existing GettyID will not be overwritten by “Geolocation completion”.
Every following Line contains data in the place of these categories. Fields without data remain empty and are displayed as "":
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