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Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Feb 27 15:19:02 2013 UTC (6 years, 3 months ago) by ryoon
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2013Q1-base, pkgsrc-2013Q1
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Update to 1.1.7 Changelog: Release 1.1.7 (21 Feb 2013) --------------------------- * Back out dangerous change to thread.h that was in 1.1.6, which could cause performance problems. * Compile fix for WIN32 in strutil.cpp * Compile fix for Windows XP - add implementation of InterlockedExchangeAdd64 Release 1.1.6 (11 Feb 2013) --------------------------- * Fix bug that could generate NaNs or other bad values near the poles of very blurry environment lookups specifically from OpenEXR latlong env maps. * Fix bug in oiiotool --crop where it could mis-parse the geometric parameter. * Fix bug in ImageCache::invalidate() where it did not properly delete the fingerprint of an invalidated file. * Cleanup and fixes in the oiiotool command line help messages. * New function ImageBufAlgo::paste() copies a region from one IB to another. * oiiotool --fit resizes an image to fit into a given resolution (keeping the original aspect ratio and padding with black if needed). * ImageBufAlgo::channels() and "oiiotool --ch" have been extended to allow new channels (specified to be filled with numeric constants) to also be named. * New function ImageBufAlgo::mul() and "oiiotool --cmul" let you multiply an image by a scalar constant (or per-channel constant). * Important maketx bug fix: when creating latlong environment maps as OpenEXR files, it was adding energy near the poles, making low-res MIP levels too bright near the poles. * Fix to "oiiotool --text" and "oiiotool --fill" -- both were incorrectly making the base image black rather than drawing overtop of the previous image. * Fix FreeBSD compile when not using TBB. * New oiiotool --swap exchanges the top two items on the image stack.
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