Release Notes: This releases fixes about 30 bugs, adds cygwin as a supported target, and speeds up a couple of operations.
Release Notes: This release fixes a rounding bug in image resizing, and corrects a problem with signedness in 16bit LAB TIFF images. It also fixes a couple of memory leaks, speeds up several important operations, and works around three GCC 4 optimiser bugs.
Release Notes: VIPS and nip2 are now 64-bit clean, giving a good speed-up on x86-64 systems. Memory use has been reduced: loading a complex workspace now needs less than half the peak memory of the previous version. Additionally, there have been many small bugfixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: This version removes the 2GB file size limit on Win32 and Mac, adds some useful speed-ups (some common color conversions are 10x faster than in 7.10.6 on Win32), adds a couple of minor features, and fixes all bugs found since last November.
Release Notes: JPEG reading is now less fussy about warnings. Fixes were backported to im_vips2tiff(), im_vips2*jpeg*(), im_vips2png(), and im_vips2ppm(). FreeBSD patches were included. FFT fixes were made for the handling of non-square images, including odd widths and heights). A one-bit TIFF write mode was added along with new versions of batch_image_convert, batch_rubber_sheet, and light_correct, and new batch_crop and batch_resize scripts were included.
Release Notes: The biggest change with this release is to the license of the image processing library, which has changed from the GPL to the LGPL. The user interface remains covered by the GPL. A few small fixes and enhancements have been made for the library package, including a new tmake build system for Win32. The user interface has fixes for two serious crash bugs, a bunch of smaller fixes and enhancements, and an improved Linux binary packaging system. As well as the sources, there are pre-built binaries for Win32, Mac, and Linux.