Updated: tiff, libtiff-devel, libtiff4 -3.6.0-5
Wed Sep 3 06:20:00 GMT 2003
The tiff package provides libraries and utilities for manipulating TIFF
image files. It is based on the official tiff-v3.6.0-beta2.tar.gz
distribution from libtiff.org.
This release is built against the cygwin-1.5.x kernel; it will not work
with 1.3.22. Further, it requires libjpeg62-6b-11 or newer.
libtiff4-3.6.0-5 (* now package)
* compiled against cygwin-1.5.2 kernel
* version bump and new package for the DLL
* updated to the tiff-v3.6.0beta2 release
* documentation moved to /usr/share/*
* Even though the US patent on LZW compression has expired in the
US, this release of tiff does NOT include LZW capability, in
deference to users from countries whose patent system is as
farked up as the US, and where the LZW patent has not yet expired.
tiff volunteer maintainer for cygwin
To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
the http://cygwin.com/ web page. This downloads setup.exe to your
system. Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.
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o The DLL exports a few variables that are "bad" -- in the
sense that they cannot be auto-imported (arrays of structs, etc).
However, these are library private and should NOT be accessed by
external programs. If you find a rogue program out there that
messes with these internal data objects, let me know...
On the other hand, --enable-pseudo-relocs should take care of the
problem, as an interim solution for those rogues.
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