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   * Even if the installation process of the GeoKettle or Spatialytics ETL is not so complicated, dedicated installers are now available and makes the installation user experience even more easy. Windows users wil now have an executable (.exe) file that starts a graphical installation wizard guiding them through the whole installation process. Linux users will be able to perform the installation via a Debian or a RPM package. Finally, a disk image (.dmg file) is available for Macintosh users. The classical zip archive is also still available in order to install GeoKettle or Spatialytics ETL on different OS or on a headless remote server.   * Even if the installation process of the GeoKettle or Spatialytics ETL is not so complicated, dedicated installers are now available and makes the installation user experience even more easy. Windows users wil now have an executable (.exe) file that starts a graphical installation wizard guiding them through the whole installation process. Linux users will be able to perform the installation via a Debian or a RPM package. Finally, a disk image (.dmg file) is available for Macintosh users. The classical zip archive is also still available in order to install GeoKettle or Spatialytics ETL on different OS or on a headless remote server.
   * Spatialytics ETL on Mac OS X platforms now runs in 64 bits mode whereas GeoKettle runs in 32 bits mode.   * Spatialytics ETL on Mac OS X platforms now runs in 64 bits mode whereas GeoKettle runs in 32 bits mode.
-  * With these new releases comes the official launch of the [[http://market.spatialytics.com | Spatialytics Market]]. It is the new place where to download the open source Spatialytics softwares, buy Enterprise/Commercial editions or get additionnal modules. The SourceForge download page will now redirect users to the Spatialytics market. 
   * Modules add new features that are not provided de facto in the tool. There are currently three modules that can complement the Spatialytics ETL or GeoKettle capabilities. These modules can be found on the [[http://www.spatialytics.org | Spatialytics.org]] and are included in Spatialytics ETL:   * Modules add new features that are not provided de facto in the tool. There are currently three modules that can complement the Spatialytics ETL or GeoKettle capabilities. These modules can be found on the [[http://www.spatialytics.org | Spatialytics.org]] and are included in Spatialytics ETL:
     * [[en:spatialytics_etl:006_modules:cookbook|Cookbook]] (only available for Spatialytics ETL): Enables the automatic generation of a documentation from metadata and comments included in transformations and jobs.     * [[en:spatialytics_etl:006_modules:cookbook|Cookbook]] (only available for Spatialytics ETL): Enables the automatic generation of a documentation from metadata and comments included in transformations and jobs.
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