By anacondaq , March 1, in Client Releases. The topic has been removed because of rAthena staff double standards and hypocrisy things. Sorry guys, but the topic can't be maintained on such a community anymore because of its admins. For more information please see groups.
GeoMoose, Mapbender, OpenLayers, etc. The purpose of this package is to allow novice to advanced MapServer users to quickly install a MapServer development environment on their Windows systems. The reasons for needing to do this are diverse but, in general, this package supports: developers who want to get to a stable state quickly, trainers who need an easily-installed configuration identical across multiple installs, and novices who need help just getting all the needed bits and pieces together. The simplest way to do this on Windows is to provide a predetermined directory structure and force everything into that mold. The directory structure, while fixed within itself, is designed to be somewhat portable. Moving the package to the root of a different drive is simple - just copy it there. The design also accommodates simple upgrades to the core package and to applications, without affecting the local configuration or the configuration of other installed applications.
Chalk comes with an easy to use composable API where you just chain and nest the styles you want. Take advantage of console. Chain styles and call the last one as a method with a string argument. Order doesn't matter, and later styles take precedent in case of a conflict.
SpaceFinder 3. But if you know well which files occupy the storage so much, it is quite well because you know how to enlarge your free space. SpaceFinder show which files or folders are consuming your storage with sorted by percentage manner. The size of folder represents the total amount of file sizes below the folder. You can get the similar information for subfolders recursively.