Version 3.9.0 of libtiff

Release Notes: This stable release incorporates all of the major updates included with 3.9.0Beta but with many additional bug and security fixes. This is the first new stable release since the 3.8.2 release on March, 2007. Libtiff 3.9.0 is believed to be API and ABI compatible with the 3.8.2 release so that it should be a drop-in update.

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  •  22 Sep 2012 23:05

Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. A number of important security issues have been resolved. Accessor functions for TIFF field information have been added to support functionality which was available in libtiff 3.9.X. This is the version recommended for use.

  •  19 Feb 2012 03:13

Release Notes: This release adds a configure option (--enable-ld-version-script) to enable building a shared libtiff with versioned symbols on ELF-based systems.

  •  19 Feb 2012 03:13

Release Notes: This release adds a configure option (--enable-ld-version-script) to enable building a shared libtiff with versioned symbols on ELF-based systems.

  •  22 Dec 2011 01:35

Release Notes: This release added support for the BigTIFF format, in which all offsets are unsigned 64-bit, supporting huge files. There are very few other changes since the 4.0.0Beta7 release.

  •  12 Apr 2011 05:06

Release Notes: This release adds support for the LZMA compression format, deferred strip/tile loading (--enable-defer-strile-load), and reading of large strips in chunks (--enable-chunky-strip-read). Win32 native I/O is now always used on Windows (except with Cygwin) in order to support huge files and Windows-friendly features.

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