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|Name: lcms2||Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2|
|Version: 2.9||Vendor: openSUSE|
|Release: lp152.4.2||Build date: Fri Nov 8 04:28:54 2019|
|Group: Productivity/Graphics/Other||Build host: armbuild01|
|Size: 120746||Source RPM: lcms2-2.9-lp152.4.2.src.rpm|
|Summary: Little CMS Engine - A color managment library and tools|
Littlecms is a small speed optimized color management engine. Little CMS intends to be a small-footprint color management engine with a special focus on accuracy and performance. It uses the International Color Consortium standard (ICC), which is the modern standard when regarding to color management. The ICC specification is widely used and is referred to in many International and other de-facto standards.
* Wed Oct 03 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org - Add check on CGATS memory allocation (bsc1108813, CVE-2018-16435, lcms2-cgats-memory-allocation.patch). * Tue Nov 28 2017 email@example.com - Update to 2.9 - Drop 0001-Added-an-extra-check-to-MLU-bounds.patch, it is now in the upstream code * Bugfix release + Several fixes related with security, and therefore not detailed here. + C++ compiles now without warnings + Added OSX and clang in travis + Added a travis-ci test matrix for many compilers and OS. Thanks to Thomas Weber (debian) for this great improvement. + testbed can now work with dynamic versions of library + Fixed wrong planar formatters regarding linestride interpretation * Tue Jan 24 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org - Added 0001-Added-an-extra-check-to-MLU-bounds.patch * fixes https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1021364 * Tue Aug 16 2016 email@example.com - Update to 2.8 * Fixed many typos in comments, thanks to Stefan Weil for doing that. * Fixed localization bug, added a new test case crayons.icc thnaks to Richard Hughes for providing the profile. * Fixed a bug in optimizer that made some formats (i.e, bits planar) unavailable * Fixed misalignment problems on Alpha. The compiler does not align strings, and accessing begin of string as a uint16 makes code to fail. * Added some extra checks to the tools and examples. * Fix a bug that prevented to read luminance tag * BIG amount of functionality contributed/Sponsored by Alien Skin Software: TransformStride, copyAlpha, performance plug-ins. Fixes some warnings as well. * added an extra _ to _stdcall to make it more portable * Fixed a bug in transicc for named color profiles * Fixed several compiler warnings * Added support for Visual Studio 2015 * Fixed for XCODE project * Thu Apr 14 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org - Update to GNOME 3.20 Fate#318572 * Fri Jun 26 2015 email@example.com - Update to version 2.7 * improved multi-threading * added contexts and a new locking plug-in type * bugfixes and other minor features - Dropped lcms-endian.patch that was fixed upstream. * Fri May 16 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org - Fixed missing dependency pthread * Mon Mar 17 2014 email@example.com - update to version 2.6 * Fixed a double free in recovering from a previous error in default intent handler. * Fixed some indexing out of bounds in floating point interpolation * Fixed a bug in PCS/Colorspace order when reading V2 Lab devicelinks * Added a way to retrieve matrix shaper always, no matter LUT is present * Changed endianess detection for PowerPC * Fixed memory leaks on error handling * Big revamp on Contexts, from Artifex * New locking plug-in, from Artifex * Added directories for tiff, jpeg in configure script * Fix for delete tag memory corruption * Added pthread dependency. From now lcms supports multithreading * Mon Jan 06 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org - Correct lcms-endian.patch to rely on autoconf only, no extra arch specific preprocessor hackery. * Wed Jul 03 2013 email@example.com - Update to version 2.5 * Maintenance update + Focused on incorrect path and error handling. It also updates the black point compensation algorithm to match the ICC including the new black point compensation algorithm actually being standarized by TC130, ICC and ISO.
/usr/bin/jpgicc /usr/bin/linkicc /usr/bin/psicc /usr/bin/tificc /usr/bin/transicc /usr/share/doc/packages/lcms2 /usr/share/doc/packages/lcms2/AUTHORS /usr/share/doc/packages/lcms2/COPYING /usr/share/man/man1/jpgicc.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1/tificc.1.gz
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