Tuesday, October 14, 2008

project hosted by Google Code

I needed a tool for managing PL/GMAPS project. Again, I turned my self to Google.
It has a service called Google Code. I decided to give it a try. I created a new project that can be visited at code.google.com/p/plgmaps.

Blogger, Code, Analytics, AdSense, Maps ... all of them are great tools! :) Give them a try!

12 comments:

Johannes said...

Hi,

Great to see that the project is still going strong.

Do you need/want developers to join your project?

Johannes

Louis-Guillaume Carrier-Bédard said...

Johannes,

Sorry for the late response. Recently, I didn't have much time for this project.

Yes, I am looking to expend the development team.
We can talk more about it using GMail or MSN chat.

Send me an email and we will talk about it.

LG

daust_de said...

Hi,

where can I download the code? I cannot find it anywhere?

Thanks,
~Dietmar.

Louis-Guillaume Carrier-Bédard said...

Dietmar,

I didn't release the code yet. I plan to release it by the end of the month. I want to do more tutorials and make sure I have enough documentation to help everyone using this tool.

I'll contact you by email if I release a beta version this week.

LG

daust_de said...

Great, thanks.
~Dietmar.

Learco Brizzi said...

Hi,

I'm also very interested in your package. Will you keep me informed?

thanks,
Learco Brizzi

Louis-Guillaume Carrier-Bédard said...

Learco,

Nice to see your interest!

Recently, I didn't have time for this project.

I'll probably have more time in 2009. The new release date is in January.

L-G

Learco Brizzi said...

Ok, thanks,

Learco

Learco Brizzi said...

Hi,

Any progress?

Regards,
Learco

Louis-Guillaume Carrier-Bédard said...

Learco,

The project is not dead... I am currently working on an Open Source PL/SQL project that will incorporate PL/GMAPS. It's going to be a lot more useful for everyone.

I'll post an article as soon as I'll have enough stuff to say or release. :)

Thanks for you interest,
L-G

Ligon said...

Hi Louis,

I was wondering if we have PL/GMAPS package available for download somewhere?

The Google project site for this has no downloadable file.

thank you
Ligon

Louis-Guillaume Carrier-Bédard said...

Sorry,
PL/GMAPS source code is obsolete and not up-to-date with the current Google Maps APIs.