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-MathMap 1.3.4
+MathMap 1.3.5
=============
-MathMap is a GIMP plug-in and a standalone command-line tool which
-allows distortion of images and animations specified by mathematical
-formulae. For each pixel in the generated image, an expression is
-evaluated which should return a pixel value. The expression can
-either refer to a pixel in the source image or can generate pixels
-completely independent of the source. MathMap allows the generation
-of still images and of animations.
+The MathMap GIMP plug-in is an image processing tool that works on
+several levels:
+
+* Without any prerequisite knowledge about image processing, one can
+ use any of the more than one hundred filters that come bundled with
+ MathMap.
+
+* More advanced users can combine filters intuitively in the Composer,
+ a graphical user interface similar to Yahoo Pipes! and the Quartz
+ Composer.
+
+* For expert users MathMap provides a simple but very efficient
+ programming language. This is the core of MathMap and the language
+ that almost all MathMap filters are implemented in.
+
+MathMap allows the generation of still images and of animations.
The MathMap homepage is
http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/schani/mathmap/
-It features a user's manual as well as screenshots and examples.
+It provides links for downloading MathMap binaries for several Linux
+distributions and for Windows, as well as the source tarball. It also
+features a user's manual, screen-shots and many examples.
There is a Google group for discussing everything related to MathMap,
from questions to bug reports to feature requests, and so on:
http://groups.google.com/group/mathmap
-Binaries for several Linux distributions are available here:
-
- http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/mark_probst/
-
-The source package can be downloaded here:
-
- http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/schani/mathmap/files/mathmap-1.3.4.tar.gz
-
-For instructions on how to get the absolutely latest MathMap sources
-via Mercurial, read this:
-
- http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/schani/mathmap/README.mercurial
-
-Changes in 1.3.4:
-
- * Performance improvements.
- * Convolution filters.
- * New and improved filters.
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.3.3:
-
- * Optically much improved composer (thanks to Herbert Pötzl).
- * Gaussian blur filter.
- * Animations can be up to 9999 frames.
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.3.2:
-
- * Compositions can be saved and used as parts of other compositions.
- * Colors, gradients and curves can be passed to filters, which now
- makes all filters usable in the composer.
- * More filters for use in the composer (including almost all GIMP
- layer modes).
- * Optional multi-threaded final rendering (compile-time option).
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.3.1:
-
- * The MathMap Composer, which allows combining filters in a
- graphical user interface similar to Yahoo Pipes and Quartz
- Composer.
- * New and improved filters.
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.3.0:
-
- * Filters can call other filters and can be applied to images to
- yield "virtual" images.
- * Slightly improved command line front-end.
- * New and improved examples.
- * The interpreter is broken.
-
-Changes in 1.2.4:
-
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.2.3:
-
- * GtkSourceView for filter editing, with syntax highlighting.
- * Int and float user values now also have spin buttons.
- * Resizable preview.
- * Improved examples.
-
-Changes in 1.2.2:
-
- * Input images can now have arbitrary dimensions.
- * New "for" loop construct.
- * Basic support (multiplication and magnitude) for three types of
- hypercomplex numbers.
- * Defaults for boolean user values.
- * Parallelization via multithreading.
- * New optimizations in the compiler.
- * New and improved examples.
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.2.1:
-
- * New "beta" function.
- * New examples.
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.2.0:
-
- * Updated documentation.
- * Bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.1.3:
-
- * "unit" scaling for filters and images.
- * Edge behaviour for x and y uncoupled.
- * "Reflect" edge behaviour.
- * Tuple length limit removed.
- * New and improved examples.
- * Bugfixes and cosmetics.
-
-Changes in 1.1.2:
-
- * The command-line tool is optional to remove dependencies on image
- IO libraries.
- * Bison and Flex are not required for compiling the distribution.
- * Should work with GIMP 2.3 as well (untested).
- * A working interpreter.
- * Elliptic Jacobi functions for real and complex arguments.
- * New "ceil" function.
- * New and improved examples.
- * Several bugfixes.
-
-Changes in 1.1.1:
-
- * A new syntax for declaring filters and user values.
- * Default values for integer and float user values.
- * Functions for elliptic integrals and elliptic Jacobi functions.
- * Better error reporting from the compiler.
- * The interpreter is broken (will be fixed soon).
- * Expressions can be saved from within MathMap.
- * The preview is bigger.
- * Works only with GIMP 2.2.
- * Unified binary for plug-in and command-line tool.
-
-Changes in 1.1.0:
-
- * Compiler does several optimizations.
- * MathMap can now generate sequence plug-ins for Blender.
-
-Changes in 0.14:
-
- * Compiles and runs with both GIMP 1.2 and GIMP 2.0.
- * Comes with a Language Tutorial!
- * Lots of new and improved examples.
- * Features a new compiler, which doesn't yet generate better code
- than the old one, but offers a much better platform for future
- improvements.
- * MathMap now automatically uses the compiler and if that doesn't
- work, falls back to the interpreter without user intervention.
- * All functions now use radians instead of degrees (which is The
- Right Thing).
- * Compiles on MacOS X (tested with GIMP 1.2 on Fink).
- * Bug fixes.
-
-Changes in 0.13:
-
- * The command-line version can now read and write animations in the
- MJPEG Quicktime format.
- * A french translation (thanks to Laurent Despeyroux).
- * Bug fixes.
-
-Changes in 0.12:
-
- * Requires at least GIMP 1.1.26.
- * MathMap now has a GIMP-independant command line version.
- * Much improved complex arithmetic (thanks to Hans Lundmark).
- * New/improved functions: scale, toRGBA, toHSVA, gamma, sinh, cosh,
- tanh, asinh, acosh, atanh, arg, conj, exp (most of them
- contributed by Hans Lundmark).
- * Some bug fixes.
-
-Changed in 0.11:
-
- * Requires at least GIMP 1.1.
- * More than one input image can be specified!!!
- * MathMap now registers all examples in the PDB.
- * Several new/improved examples.
- * New/improved functions: lerp, clamp, noise.
- * Some internal changes.
- * Fixes some bugs.
-
-Changes in 0.10:
-
- * Expressions can now contain values which the user can specify
- through the GUI (numbers, colors, booleans, curves). This is
- a mega-feature!
- * Pixels outside the image can now also be reflected back into
- the image (thanks to Eric Kidd <eric.kidd@pobox.com>).
- * More matrix/vector algebra (including gaussian elimination).
- * The positive Y-axis direction is now upwards which is clearly
- The Right Thing.
- * Some minor C code generator changes which should not affect the
- user but easy writing of built-ins.
- * New/improved functions: print.
- * Some bug fixes.
-
-Changes in 0.9:
-
- * Lots of bug fixes.
- * Simplified build procedure.
- * The parser is now a little more forgiving.
- * Generalized tuple subscription.
- * Tuple subscripts can now be assigned to (making morph obsolete).
- * New/improved functions: det, crossp, atan, sum.
-
-Changes in 0.8:
-
- * Now runs under both GIMP 1.0 and GIMP 1.1.
- * Features a transparent MathMap->C compiler under GIMP 1.1 boosting
- performance by a factor 2 to 8.
- * Simple vector and matrix algebra.
- * Pixels outside the image can now be either wrapped or given any
- color (including transparency).
-
-Changes in 0.7:
-
- * Implemented the tagged tuples type system. This is major feature!
- * Implemented better error handling by borrowing a piece of code
- from the current development tree of chpp.
-
-Changes in 0.6:
-
- * Alpha channel now shows up in the preview (thanks to Andy Thomas).
- * Added the exponentation operator (^).
-
-Changes in 0.5:
-
- * Completely redesigned the dialog.
- * Added a curve widget which allows the user to intuitively specify
- a function which can be accessed from the expression (curve).
- * Added the function gradient which accesses the user-defined
- gradient.
- * Made it possible to change the parameter t when not animating.
- * Implemented a fast-preview option.
- * Put the examples into a file which is displayed in a tree widget.
- * Expressions are now edited in a text widget, which allows for
- multi-line expressions.
- * Moved the plug-in to Filters/Generic, so as to conform to the new
- menu hierarchy.
-
-Changes in 0.4:
-
- * Added syntactic sugar for some functions (especially logical
- operators).
- * Added a pow function.
- * Support for alpha layer.
- * Support for grayscale images.
- * Animation capability.
-
-Changes in 0.3:
-
- * if is now a language-level construct.
- * I have introduced while and do-while loops.
-
-Changes in 0.2:
-
- * Fixed the bug that caused it to crash after the first preview.
- * Added a few more functions: red, green, blue and rgbColor.
- * Added the assignment (=) and the sequence operator (;).
-
---
-Mark Probst <schani@complang.tuwien.ac.at>
+Mark Probst <mark.probst@gmail.com>
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end
#+END_SRC
** Packaging
+*** TODO Generate still and animation examples for homepage automatically :homepage:
*** TODO Email address of Andy Thomas in contributor credits
*** TODO Generate keyword list in sourceview spec file from builtins.lisp :simplify:
*** TODO rewrite HACKING and include it in distro :documentation:
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<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML//EN">
<html>
<head>
- <title>The MathMap GIMP Plug-In</title>
+ <title>The MathMap Image Processing Application</title>
</head>
<script type="text/javascript">
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</script>
<body>
- <center><h1><img src="mathmap.png" align=middle> The MathMap GIMP Plug-In <img src="mathmap.png" align=middle></h1></center>
+ <center><h1><img src="mathmap.png" align=middle> The MathMap Image Processing Application <img src="mathmap.png" align=middle></h1></center>
<center><img src="mm_composer2.png" alt="MathMap Screenshot"></center>
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