libpano13 Log

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[ebced6] (4.3 kB) by jim0watters

removed warning suppression from MSVC project builds
swept many files to remove compiler warnings.

2007-12-28 23:52:18 View
[1efbe6] (4.3 kB) by dmg

2006-12-26 dmg <>

* tiff.c (panoTiffDisplayInfo): Fixed compilation warning

* version.h (VERSION), Upgraded to version 2.9.7.

* math.c: Cleaned up some of the Lambert related code.

* tools/PTblender.c: Improved error message

* ptfeather.c: Improved the feathering algorithm, made sure 16
bits works too.

* ptstitch.c, ptstitch.h (panoStitchPixelChannelSet): Added function,
cleanedup panoStitchPixelChannelGet.

* metadata.c (panoImageBytesPerSample): Added function.

* tools/PTmasker.c (main): If one file is specified feather it,
otherwise do nothing.

* tiff.c, pttiff.h: (panoImageDispose): Disposes properly any
memory used by the Image data structure.

* ColourBrightness.c, PTcommon.c, ptstitch.c, PTcommon.c: replaced
myfree( with panoImageDispose.

* filter.c (panoMetadataFree): Set pointers to null once they have
been released.

2006-12-18 dmg <>

* sys_ansi.c (PrintErrorIntern): The function had a limit of 256
bytes to print, and anything longer created a run time error. I
have changed it to deal with any lenght.

2006-12-27 07:29:10 View
[0632ab] (4.2 kB) by dmg

2006-12-15 dmg <>

* version.h (VERSION), Upgraded to version 2.9.6.

* tools/PTtiff2psd.c (PT_TIFF2PSD_USAGE): Updated help message

* PTcommon.c (panoPSDCreate): Added support for 1 input file only in
the creation of PSDs.

* tools/PTtiff2psd.c (main): Added support for 1 input file only.

* tiff.c (readTIFF): Reenable readTIFF and writeTIFF. pteditor
uses them.

2006-12-14 dmg <>

* file.c: Fixed major problems with PSD logic and PICT tags

* metadata.c (panoImageFullHeight): Darn. It was returning width
instead of height!

2006-12-16 01:37:56 View
[1feb11] (4.2 kB) by dmg

06-12-03 dmg <>

* version.h (VERSION), Upgraded to version 2.9.3.

* tiff.c (panoTiffDisplayInfo): Added function.

* parser.c (panoParserFindOLine): Added function.

2006-12-02 dmg <>

* PTinfo.c, (bin_PROGRAMS): Created new program

* metadata.c (panoMetadataCropSizeUpdate),
tiff.c (panoImageBoundingRectangleCompute): Fixed a bug in the
creation of cropped files. The full size tag was not being

* file.h, file.c (panoFileDeleteMultiple): Created function. Used
with -x option.

* PTcommon.h, PTcommon.c: Refactored main function from PTcrop
and PTuncrop.

* tools/PTcrop.c: allow the multiple files in the command line

* tools/PTmasker.c, tools/PTroller.c, tools/PTblender.c, tools/PTcrop.c: Add -x switch

2006-11-30 dmg <>

* parser.c (READ_OPT_VAR): Bug fix: changed a format spec from %k
to %d

2006-11-28 dmg <>

* tools/PTmender.c (PT_MENDER_USAGE): Updated usage message

2006-12-04 07:03:04 View
[778073] (4.0 kB) by dmg

2006-11-25 dmg <>

* version.h (VERSION), Upgraded to version 2.9.0

* TODO: Updated this file

* Minor fix

* tiff.c (readTIFF, writeTIFF): Finally stopped using these functions.

* ptstitch.c: Fixed a bug in the computation of masks for 16 bit
images, and replaced calls to readTIFF and writeTIFF

* tools/PTmasker.c (main): Added some testing code

* ptfeather.c (panoFeatherImage): Implemented feathering of
cropped files and 16 bit images

* metadata.h, metadata.c: added a bunch of simple functions to
access the metatada of the image. Ideally we should not access the pointer
directly any more.

2006-11-26 02:10:31 View
[b3969f] (2.6 kB) by dmg

2006-10-28 dmg <>

* version.h (VERSION), Upgraded to version 2.8.5pre13

* ptstitch.c, ptstitch.h (panoStitchPixelChannelGet): Upgraded
this function to non-static, since it is useful in tiff.c too.

* pttiff.h, metadata.c, metadata.h, tiff.c: implemented cropping
of tiffs to boudning rectangle

* tools/, tools/PTcrop.c: Created program to crop panos
to bounding rectangle

* tools/PTuncrop.c (main): Fixed bug: return zero when success, and non-zero
in error.

2006-10-28 18:03:33 View
[811e19] (1.9 kB) by dmg

I forgot to commit these files

2006-07-30 22:06:47 View

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