ISIS 3.5.0 Public Release 2017/01/25
A new version of ISIS 3 is available. This new version contains significant upgrades to the third-party libraries ISIS uses. Do not use this release for production work until you have thoroughly tested it.
Download and installation information is available at: http://isis.astrogeology.usgs.gov/documents/InstallGuide
Application parameter name and default value changes: http://isis.astrogeology.usgs.gov//documents/ParameterChanges/ParameterChanges.html
Release notes regarding changes to applications: http://isis.astrogeology.usgs.gov/documents/ReleaseNotes/ReleaseNotes.html
Release notes regarding changes to the ISIS library: http://isis.astrogeology.usgs.gov/documents/ApiChanges/ParameterChanges.html
Need help with ISIS? Please submit all questions, comments, feature requests, and bug reports through the issue tracking system.
New users, request a login here: http://astrocloud.wr.usgs.gov/index.php?view=edituser&act=request.
Existing users, login here: https://isis.astrogeology.usgs.gov/fixit/projects/isis/issues.
New supported operating systems:
- Red Hat Enterprise 7
- Debian 8
- Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
- Fedora 21
- Mac OS 10.11 & 10.12
Updates to third party libraries used by ISIS3 include:
- QT 5.6
- QWT 6.1
- OpenCV 3.1
- Protobuf 9
- GEOS 3.5
- Cholmod 3
The data area for this release is compatible with 3.4.13.
With the new Qt version, some differences in the windows will be visible, such as font and minor layout changes.
On Mac OS systems, there is an issue where the menu for non-interactive applications (e.g., crop, spiceinit) is not active immediately after the program is launched. Switching to another application and then back makes the menu active.
Some Linux installations may require the "gfortran" package to be installed by the administrator.
Some Linux installations may require the "libEGL.so" library to be installed by the administrator.