Here are the releases of Gisgraphy. Binary distributions include:
- Full-text and Gisgraphy web application.
- JETTY's utilities to run Gisgraphy easily.
- HTML documentation.
- SQL scripts.
- Config files.
- Some client libraries.
You DON'T have to download data by yourself. The Gisgraphy importer will download it for you.
The releases are designed to be easily installed and run. You just need to install a PostgreSQL database and execute the launch script. To learn more about how to install Gisgraphy, see the installation guide.
The releases have been tested on Linux, Windows, on JVM 1.5, 1.6, 7 and 8. If you have problems, post a message on the forum.
The Gisgraphy project is a free open-source project under the LGPL license V3. GeoNames data is under the creative commons attributions license. OpenStreetMap data is under the ODbl license. For Quattroshapes, you will find more information on this dedicated page
If you use Gisgraphy, please help us to make Gisgraphy popular by including this logo on your website:
Here is the code to be included in your app, software, site or whatever.
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Gisgraphoid is a part of the Gisgraphy project (as the Gisgraphy address parser,
and the Gisgraphy geocoder).
It gives you the ability to do geocoding on your Android mobile or tab with the same Geocoder API as Google but with Gisgraphy.
Free, no Google API needed by the phone, no API key. You can display the result on OpenStreetMap or Google maps (Google API key required). Gisgraphoid is packaged as a jar or an apklib. A demo application is also available to help on how using it.
You can find information on the Github repository.
Maven 2 Repositories
The Maven repo is here.
If you are interesting in downloading data you can go to :