This software supports Windows
(7/8/10) in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Version
1.62 is the last version of Wilbur reported to work with Windows 98 – the
current version does not. You will need a working OpenGL version 1.4 or later
implementation, even if you do not use the 3D preview feature. If you still
have a running version of Windows 2000, XP or Vista, congratulations and there
is no explicit support or testing for those versions.
Changes in Version 1.86 of Wilbur [20 Nov 2016]
Changes in Version 1.85 of Wilbur [18 Oct 2016]
- Fixed issue with loading PNGs.
- Fixed issue that prevented correct operation of precipiton
erosion if a selection had been active but was no longer active.
Changes in Version 1.84 of Wilbur [01 Aug 2016]
- Rebuilt with Visual Studio 2015. Your mileage may vary.
You will probably need to download and install the appropriate Visual
Studio 2015 redistributable package because I seem to have had limited
success with the new installer maker. The previous 32-bit version and 64-bit version are still available for
- Added option for tessellate tool to read the fairly
useless “Lat/Lon Mesh” format saved by the main program to allow a way to
read that data back in for folks who didn’t think ahead and save into a
better file format.
- Bumped up the basin fill limit by another factor of 10 in
the x64 version to accommodate larger surfaces.
Changes in Version 1.83 of Wilbur [29 Jul 2014]
- Fixed a signed/unsigned error that crops up with very
large (e.g. 16384*8192) surfaces.
the Wilbur 32-bit Setup Program
the Wilbur 64-bit Setup Program
or View the very old Documentation (zipped PDF)
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