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 TerraLib is a open source GIS software library to support the development of customized geographical applications. TerraLib is a open source GIS software library to support the development of customized geographical applications.
  
-After several improvements the TerraLib Project Team is launching **TerraLib 5.4.1**. Together with the TerraLib 5.4.we also launching **GIS TerraView 5.4.**.+After several improvements the TerraLib Project Team is launching **TerraLib 5.4.3**. Together with the TerraLib 5.4.we also launching **GIS TerraView 5.4.**.
  
 In 2015, the TerraLib team launched a completely reengineered version of TerraLib and TerraView ((we adopt a semantic versioning system where each version number has a format Major.Minor.Patch. Bug fixes not affecting the public API increment the patch version, backwards compatible API additions/​changes increment the minor version, and backwards incompatible API changes increment the major version)) under the LTS terms ((The LTS term is applicable to open-source-projects designed to be supported for a long than normal period - in our case two years)). Some information about this process can also be found here just to document the evolution. In 2015, the TerraLib team launched a completely reengineered version of TerraLib and TerraView ((we adopt a semantic versioning system where each version number has a format Major.Minor.Patch. Bug fixes not affecting the public API increment the patch version, backwards compatible API additions/​changes increment the minor version, and backwards incompatible API changes increment the major version)) under the LTS terms ((The LTS term is applicable to open-source-projects designed to be supported for a long than normal period - in our case two years)). Some information about this process can also be found here just to document the evolution.