Suggested by SAITOH Masanobu <email@example.com> in PR 47051.
1.12.4 causes SHM problems on OS X and NetBSD. E.g. for firefox, during startup, on 6.99.12/amd64: ###!!! ABORT: X_ShmAttach: BadAccess (attempt to access private resource denied); 11 requests ago: file /scratch/devel/xulrunner/work/mozilla-release/toolkit/xre/nsX11ErrorHandler.cpp, line 157 ###!!! ABORT: X_ShmAttach: BadAccess (attempt to access private resource denied); 11 requests ago: file /scratch/devel/xulrunner/work/mozilla-release/toolkit/xre/nsX11ErrorHandler.cpp, line 157 zsh: segmentation fault (core dumped) firefox Or for xchat on OS X Lion: The program 'xchat' received an X Window System error. This probably reflects a bug in the program. The error was 'BadAccess (attempt to access private resource denied)'. (Details: serial 5738 error_code 10 request_code 133 minor_code 1) (Note to programmers: normally, X errors are reported asynchronously; that is, you will receive the error a while after causing it. To debug your program, run it with the --sync command line option to change this behavior. You can then get a meaningful backtrace from your debugger if you break on the gdk_x_error() function.)
of X.org. XChat now works again under Mac OS X Lion.
gdk-pixbuf2, gdk-pixbuf2-jasper, and gdk-pixbuf2-xlib have been manually synced. Usually the base package would get updated and the others would be forgotten resulting in an unnecessary mismatch. Create a common makefile to permanently fix this problem.
Release 1.12.4 (2012-10-05 Chris Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>) =================================================================== More bugs, and more importantly, more fixes. On the cairo-gl side, we have refinements to the MSAA compositor which enables hardware acceleration of comparitively low-quality antialiasing - which is useful in animations and on very high density screens. For cairo-xlib, we have finally enabled SHM transport for image transfers to and from the X server. A long standing required feature, SHM transport offers a notable reduction in rendering latency by reducing the number of copies required to upload image data - given hardware and driver support, cairo-xlib can now perform zero copy uploads onto the GPU. And as usual Adrian Johnson has been very busy fixing many different corner cases in cairo-pdf, impoving opacity groups and font subsetting. Last, but not least, for cairo-image Søren Sandmann Pedersen added support for rendering glyphs to pixman and using that from within cairo. The new glyph rendering facility reduces the overhead for setting up the compositing operation, improving glyph thoughput for the image backend by a factor of about 4. And before he did so, he also fixed up a few bugs in the existing glyph rendering code. So many thanks to Andrea Canciani, Adrian Johnson, Chuanbo Weng, Dongyeon Kim, Henry Song, Martin Robinson, Søren Sandmann Pedersen and Uli Schlachter for their contributions, finding and fixing bugs. Bug fixes --------- Interior boxes were being dropped when amalgamating regions during tesselation. https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=49446 Allow building without gtk-doc installed Invalid edge generation whilst reducing complex polygons. https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=50852 Stroking around tight cusps Use locale correct formats for reading font subsetting and valid buffers. https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=51443 Ensure that the type1 subset includes all the glyph encodings https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=53040 Upload the whole source for a repeating pattern. https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=51910 Fix damage tracking to handle continuation chunks corectly and so prevent crashes on win32. https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=53384 Avoid emitting miter joins for degenerate line segments https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=407107 Convert the relative path semgents into the backend coordinates and then back again to user coordinates (cairo_copy_path, cairo_append_path) https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54732 Fix extents computations for a degenerate path consisting only of a move-to https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54549 Prevent crashing on a degenerate project edge after polygon intersection https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54822
are called p5-*. I hope that's all of them.
* Bail out of a trial if byte count exceeds best byte count so far. * Added -bail and -nobail options. Use -nobail to get a complete report of filesizes. * Added -blacken option, to enable changing the color samples of any fully-transparent pixels to zero in PNG files with color-type 4 or 6, potentially improving their compressibility.
requested by Thomas Klausner.
Version 1.5.13beta01 [August 8, 2012] Do not compile PNG_DEPRECATED, PNG_ALLOC and PNG_PRIVATE when __GNUC__ < 3. Removed references to png_zalloc() and png_zfree() from the manual. Revised PNG_FP_EXPORT and PNG_FIXED_EXPORT macros to avoid generating lone semicolons (patch ported from libpng-1.6.0beta11). Version 1.5.13beta02 [September 10, 2012] Corrected handling of the image array and the row_pointers array in example.c When png_set_filler is used to strip a filler channel during write, the code prior to 1.5 would ignore the case where the output required an alpha channel or when the output was a palettized PNG. In libpng-1.5 the ignorance was lost and libpng proceeded to strip the channel resulting in a bad (potential memory overwrite) failure later. This reverts the behavior to the pre-1.5 state but issues a warning. libpng-1.6 is expected to issue an error on the erroneous png_set_filler call. Use png_memset() consistently (pngmem.c contained some bare "memset" calls). Version 1.5.13rc01 [September 17, 2012] No changes. Version 1.5.13 [September 27, 2012] No changes.
There are at least two packages ("graphics/cairo" and "x11/xlsclients") which require this. And we definitely want to avoid the situation where both the based and "pkgsrc" version get used at the same time. Bump all the packages which use the "x11/libxcb" package except the two which already require version 1.6. For those package remove the manually set minimum required version. Change discussed with Thomas Klausner in private e-mail.
Set the minimum version accordingly. The package now uses "libxcb" from "pkgsrc" under Mac OS X Snow Leopard which fixes the build. Bump package revision because of the dependence change.
MAJOR CHANGES: None CHANGES IN THE SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION: Updated to use Automake 1.12.4. Avoids security problem with 'make distcheck' (CVE-2012-3386). CHANGES IN LIBTIFF: Various memory buffer access fixes. Fix handling when writing RGBA jpeg compressed imagery (http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/ticket/4732). Fix to work properly with IJG JPEG 7+. New functions TIFFFieldTag(), TIFFFieldName(), TIFFFieldDataType(), TIFFFieldPassCount(), TIFFFieldReadCount(), TIFFFieldWriteCount() to use as external accessors for the opaque type TIFFField. Fix bug rewriting image tiles in a compressed file (http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/ticket/4771). Add TIFF/FX tag support in libtiff. CHANGES IN THE TOOLS: tiff2pdf: Fail when TIFFSetDirectory() fails. This prevents core dumps or perhaps even arbitrary code execution when processing a corrupt input file (CVE-2012-3401). tiff2pdf: Fix two places where t2p_error didn't get set after a malloc failure. No crash risk AFAICS, but the program might not report exit code 1 as desired. CHANGES IN THE CONTRIB AREA: None
Changelog: Fotoxx change log ================= 2012.10.01 v.12.10 + This release focuses on user interface and efficiency improvements. + The user manual and F1 help are now available in Castilian Spanish. + The search index was revised for greater scalability. Metadata edits and related image searching should remain fast beyond 500K images. A fresh resync of the search index will be done at first startup. + A custom graphic menu in a popup window was implemented. Frequently used functions can be added and the layout arranged to taste. + RAW files can be opened in Ufraw (menu or thumbnail click). + A more precise world map was implemented (new download will be made). + Large image files open 30% faster and memory consumption is reduced. + The batch RAW converter now has a dialog to configure the parameters. + New pan/scroll mode: image sticks to mouse and moves with mouse. + Stop unnecessary refreshes of the image gallery for metadata edits. + Added support for exotic PNG formats (e.g. palletized) via GTK library. + Vignette bugfix: stop radius increase if vignette is moved off-center. 2012.09.01 v.12.09.1 Bugfix: memory management error having uncertain impact. 2012.09.01 v.12.09 + RAW files can be opened via menu, command line or drag and drop. + RAW files can be seen in thumbnail galleries like other image files. + RAW file editing tool Ufraw was integrated into the Fotoxx menu. + RAW file batch conversion parameters (dcraw) are user configurable. + RAW file batch conversion is faster (about 50/minute on a strong PC). + A wavelet denoise method was added (adapted from ufraw/dcraw). + Deep color PNG files are supported (16 bits/color). + Vignette: center of shading/brightening can be moved with the mouse. + Images can be copied to the clipboard with a right-click popup menu. + Trim: target circle added in the middle of the trim rectangle. + World map shows locations of geotagged photos, click to see gallery. + User interface simplified for location-based or map-based image search. + A tool was added to remove chromatic abberation (color fringes). + Select area by mouse and color: small user interface improvement. + More dialogs preserve user inputs within and across Fotoxx sessions. + New command line option: start up with a specified menu function. + Panorama: option for zero image curve (e.g. to combine scanned images). + Gallery is updated live if a file add/delete is done outside Fotoxx. + Bugfix: click geotag group >> gallery window sometimes did nothing. + Bugfix: memory leak when processing metadata (tags, captions ...). 2012.08.20 v.12.08.1 + New GUI translation for Catalan is available. + Bugfix: bad fflush() call in exiftool_server caused fotoxx to crash in some distros using newest c-libraries (observed in Mageia alpha).
…g the cairo revbump earlier this month and was probably meant to be part of a yet-uncommitted update. It doesn't appear to be correct with the current version.
was apparently committed by accident during the cairo revbump earlier this month.
…rg is still non-functional, but this at least gets us further along.