Author Topic: Imaging 0.26.4 Released!  (Read 3888 times)

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Imaging 0.26.4 Released!
« on: 13 October 2009, 14:08:41 »
Imaging library 0.26.4 is finally here!
Here's a detailed change list:

  • (+) APNG file format (Animated PNG) loading, animating, and saving added to existing PNG support.

  • (+) Arbitrary angle image rotation.

  • (+) Mac OS X (Intel) compatibility (garbled LCL bitmaps in Carbon, JPEG 2000 support, ...).

  • (+) XPM file format saving added, JPEG 2000 file format loading improved. 

  • (+/F) New canvas methods: premultiply and unpremultiply alpha. New methods for TFastARGB32Canvas: InvertColors, DrawAlpha/StretchDrawAlpha. Fixed DrawAlpha/StretchDrawAlpha destination alpha calculation.

  • (+) Three new extensions in Extras/Extensions directory: ImagingJpegIJL.pas uses Intel Jpeg Library to load/save Jpegs (DLL needed), ImagingSquishLib.pas uses Squish DXTC library with Imaging (DLL needed), ElderImagerySky.pas loads SKY images from Daggerfall.

  • (+) Conversions between RGB and YCoCg colorspaces.

  • (F) Bug fixes: loading of some GIFs when using D2009+ failed, bugged XPM loading in Linux, indexed images resizing leak, PNM saving using D2009+, DXT3 alpha encoding, RGB>>CMYK conversion, garbled images in Lazarus GTK IDE.

  • (*) Delphi 2010 and Lazarus 0.9.28 compatibility fixes.


Head to Imaging Homepage for downloads and updated documentation.
« Last Edit: 13 October 2009, 14:10:33 by Galfar »

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Re: Imaging 0.26.4 Released!
« Reply #1 on: 13 October 2009, 23:18:04 »
Thank you for that long-awaited new version. Unzipping the download, however, I get notified that the exe files are infected by the Delphi virus (DR/Delphi.Gen).

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Re: Imaging 0.26.4 Released!
« Reply #2 on: 13 October 2009, 23:25:33 »
You have used Avira AntiVir, haven't you?
It is known to report false positives for Delphi compiled executables.
Checkout scanning results in the attachment.

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Re: Imaging 0.26.4 Released!
« Reply #3 on: 14 October 2009, 20:59:24 »
You are right, I am using Avira, and my upload of D3DDemo.exe to virustotal.com confirmed that Avira is the only scanner to report an alarm among 40 scanners.