ECMA-234 Metafile Library / News: Recent posts

Release of libEMF-1.0.9

Thanks to Guillaume Horel for pointing out that the "make install" command altered the name of the include subdirectory from libEMF to libemf, rendering the installation useless.

Posted by Allen Barnett 2016-12-20

Release of libEMF-1.0.8

libEMF-1.0.8 is released. A few notes:
* Thanks to Bill Crocker ExtTextOutW is now implemented. Note that the function call expects a pointer to a UTF-16 string, not a wchar_t string.
* The autoconf infrastructure is updated. It may or may not have been an improvement.
* I have tried to disable the mailing list but it is hard to tell how successful that was though. I would delete it altogether if I could. It seems to attract nothing but spam and worse. If you have a question, please contact one of the developers directly.

Posted by Allen Barnett 2015-12-05

Release of libEMF-1.0.7

Thanks to Stanislav Ochotnicky, libEMF now has support for a number of more obscure architectures, namely ARM, S390 and Alpha. He also improved the 32-/64-bit macros in the wine headers. Thanks Stanislav!

Posted by Allen Barnett 2012-11-07

Release of libEMF-1.0.6

Well, that was quick. In spite of taking a float as the API argument, the metafile contains an integer. So, 1.0.6.

Posted by Allen Barnett 2012-05-24

Release of libEMF-1.0.5

This release adds support for the SetMiterLimit API record. But mostly this is to refresh my knowledge of SourceForge. It's changed a lot in the last 10 years.

Posted by Allen Barnett 2012-05-24

libEMF 1.0.4 Released

Years later libEMF is updated to work with GCC 4.

Posted by Allen Barnett 2009-10-02

Verison 1.0 of libEMF

Version 1.0 of libEMF is available. The main changes are the ability to generate EMFs on big endian machines and the ability to read EMFs from disk (and replay them into a new context).

Posted by Anonymous 2002-01-30

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