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Announce-2.2

-I'm glad to announce the availability of the 2.2 version of the
-CamlImages library, by Jun Furuse, François Pessaux, and Pierre Weis.
-
-CamlImages is an image processing library, which provides to the
-objective Caml programmer a lot of image processing functionality.
-
-The version 2.2 is a stable development release:
-
-- complete code review and rewriting of files (including auxilliaries such as
-Makefiles and configuration files).
-
-- better integration with the rest of the Objective Caml system by
-renaming of the main module, originally named "Image", into the new
-module name "Images". This solves a long standing problem of name
-clashes with other module names provided by other libraries. However,
-this is not backward compatible and you will have to modify your old
-programs according to the new naming scheme: you must change
-references to Image.x into references to Images.x (and similarly from
-oImage.x to oImages.x). As usual, the Caml compiler will help a lot to
-point out obsolete name occurrences.
-
-- the whole set of compiled files are now installed in the library
-installation directory (generally /usr/local/lib/ocaml/camlimages).
-
-- a new export for the Ps module:
-  get_bounding_box : string -> bounding_box
-  returns he bounding box option of a postscript file image.
-
-CamlImages provides to the objective Caml programmer:
-
-  ** basic functions for image processing and loading/saving various image
-  file formats (hence providing a translation facility from format to format),
-
-  ** an interface with the Caml graphics library allows to display
-  images in the Graphics module screen and to mix them with Caml
-  drawings,
-
-  ** a freetype interface, integrated into the library:
-  you can draw texts into images using any truetype fonts,
-
-  ** a set of example programs, including gif animation, slide show,
-  and a postscript converter to print images.
-
-Sources and documentation are available from: 
-
-http://pauillac.inria.fr/camlimages/eng.htm
-
-ftp://ftp.inria.fr/INRIA/Projects/cristal/caml-light/bazar-ocaml/camlimages-2.2.0.tgz
-
-Contributions and comments are welcome.
-
-Pierre Weis

Announce-3.0.0

-I'm glad to announce the availability of the 3.0.0 version of the
-CamlImages library, by Jun Furuse, François Pessaux, and Pierre Weis.
-
-CamlImages is an image processing library, which provides to the
-objective Caml programmer a lot of image processing functionality.
-
-CamlImages provides to the objective Caml programmer:
-
-  ** basic functions for image processing and loading/saving various image
-  file formats (hence providing a translation facility from format to format),
-
-  ** an interface with the Caml graphics library allows to display
-  images in the Graphics module screen and to mix them with Caml
-  drawings,
-
-  ** a freetype interface, integrated into the library:
-  you can draw texts into images using any truetype fonts,
-
-  ** a set of example programs, including gif animation, slide show,
-  and a postscript converter to print images.
-
-The version 3.0.0 is a stable development release:
-
-- code has been made up-to-date with the latest revision of the Objective-Caml
-compiler.
-
-- better integration with the rest of the Objective Caml system by
-renaming of the main module, originally named "Image", into the new
-module name "Images". This solves a long standing problem of name
-clashes with other module names provided by other libraries. However,
-this is not backward compatible and you will have to modify your old
-programs according to the new naming scheme: you must change
-references to Image.x into references to Images.x (and similarly from
-oImage.x to oImages.x). As usual, the Caml compiler will help a lot to
-point out obsolete name occurrences.
-
-- the whole set of compiled files are now installed in the library
-installation directory (generally /usr/local/lib/ocaml/camlimages).
-
-- a new export for the Ps module:
-  get_bounding_box : string -> bounding_box
-  returns he bounding box option of a postscript file image.
-
-Sources and documentation are available from:
-
-http://cristal.inria.fr/camlimages/eng.htm
-
-ftp://ftp.inria.fr/INRIA/Projects/cristal/caml-light/bazar-ocaml/camlimages-3.0.0.tgz
-
-Contributions and comments are welcome.
-
-Pierre Weis

Announce-3.0.2

-Hi,
-
-I'm glad to announce the availability of the 3.0.2 version of the
-CamlImages library, by Jun Furuse, François Pessaux, and Pierre Weis.
-
-This is a bug fix release.
-
-The software home page is:
-
-http://cristal.inria.fr/camlimages/eng.htm
-
-Sources and documentation are available from:
-
-http://cristal.inria.fr/camlimages/camlimages-3.0.2.tgz
-ftp://ftp.inria.fr/INRIA/Projects/cristal/caml-light/bazar-ocaml/camlimages-3.0.2.tgz
-
-Contributions and comments are welcome.
-
-Pierre Weis & June Furuse
-
-CamlImages is an image processing library, which provides to the
-objective Caml programmer a lot of image processing functionality.
-
-CamlImages provides to the objective Caml programmer:
-
-  ** basic functions for image processing and loading/saving various image
-  file formats (hence providing a translation facility from format to format),
-
-  ** an interface with the Caml graphics library allows to display
-  images in the Graphics module screen and to mix them with Caml
-  drawings,
-
-  ** a freetype interface, integrated into the library:
-  you can draw texts into images using any truetype fonts,
-
-  ** a set of example programs, including gif animation, slide show,
-  and a postscript converter to print images.

Announce-3.3.0

-Hi,
-
-I'm glad to announce the availability of the 3.3.0 version of the
-CamlImages library, by Jun Furuse, François Pessaux, and Pierre Weis.
-
-This is a bug fix release.
-
-The software home page is:
-
-http://cristal.inria.fr/camlimages/eng.htm
-
-Sources and documentation are available from:
-
-http://cristal.inria.fr/camlimages/camlimages-3.0.2.tgz
-ftp://ftp.inria.fr/INRIA/Projects/cristal/caml-light/bazar-ocaml/camlimages-3.0.2.tgz
-
-Contributions and comments are welcome.
-
-Pierre Weis & June Furuse
-
-CamlImages is an image processing library, which provides to the
-objective Caml programmer a lot of image processing functionality.
-
-CamlImages provides to the objective Caml programmer:
-
-  ** basic functions for image processing and loading/saving various image
-  file formats (hence providing a translation facility from format to format),
-
-  ** an interface with the Caml graphics library allows to display
-  images in the Graphics module screen and to mix them with Caml
-  drawings,
-
-  ** a freetype interface, integrated into the library:
-  you can draw texts into images using any truetype fonts,
-
-  ** a set of example programs, including gif animation, slide show,
-  and a postscript converter to print images.

Announce-4.0.0.txt

+Hi,
+
+I'm glad to announce the availability of the 3.3.0 version of the
+CamlImages library, by Jun Furuse, François Pessaux, and Pierre Weis.
+
+This is a bug fix release.
+
+The software home page is:
+
+http://cristal.inria.fr/camlimages/eng.htm
+
+Sources and documentation are available from:
+
+http://cristal.inria.fr/camlimages/camlimages-3.0.2.tgz
+ftp://ftp.inria.fr/INRIA/Projects/cristal/caml-light/bazar-ocaml/camlimages-3.0.2.tgz
+
+Contributions and comments are welcome.
+
+Pierre Weis & June Furuse
+
+CamlImages is an image processing library, which provides to the
+objective Caml programmer a lot of image processing functionality.
+
+CamlImages provides to the objective Caml programmer:
+
+  ** basic functions for image processing and loading/saving various image
+  file formats (hence providing a translation facility from format to format),
+
+  ** an interface with the Caml graphics library allows to display
+  images in the Graphics module screen and to mix them with Caml
+  drawings,
+
+  ** a freetype interface, integrated into the library:
+  you can draw texts into images using any truetype fonts,
+
+  ** a set of example programs, including gif animation, slide show,
+  and a postscript converter to print images.

BUGS.txt

-external build example does not work for byte build

CHANGES

-3.3.0
-	* Stop supporting the autoconf build. (It might works though.)
-	* Instead of autoconf, using omake and ocamlfind
-	* Subpackages: no need to link codes for uninterested format.
-	* Stop supporting lablgtk1
-
-3.2.0
-	* Misnamed version. It should have been 3.0.2.
-
-3.0.2
-        * O'Caml 3.11 port.
-	* Integer overflow vulnerability fix for pngread.c
-
-3.0.1
-        * Alpha channel support for png images.
-
-3.0.0
-        * new version numbering scheme
-        * autoconf and makefiles cleanup
-        * fix examples compilation
-
-2.2.1
-        * Now compiling with -warn-error -A
-2.2
-        * complete code review and rewriting
-        * the main module, originally named "Image" is now "Images".
-        * the whole set of compiled files are now installed in the library
-        * a new export for the Ps module:
-          get_bounding_box : string -> bounding_box
-          returns the bounding box option of a postscript file image.
-2.12
-        * O'Caml 3.07 port. Added support for lablgtk2.
-2.11
-        * bug fix release
-2.01
-        * bug fix at load_Glyph at freetype1/ftintf.c
-2.00
-        * O'Caml 3.03 dll support. (This and later versions of camlimages
-          will not  work with the older O'Camls).
-        * Better support for giflib library
-1.03
-        * Image.save takes the image format now as an option.
-1.02
-        * added CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow and blacK) color space 
-          (even though we have no trivial good color conversion 
-          between CMYK and RGB)
-        * added RGBA (RGB with the Alpha channel) and CMYK images
-        * Colorhist
-        * Unit
-        * Geometry
-
-        * (Jpeg now supports CMYK image reading and writing)
-        * Postscript
-1.01
-        * fix for O'Caml 3.00 + lablgtk 1.00
-        * bitmap cache files finalization is now standard.
-        * bug fixes
-1.0
-        * Initial distribution revision
+4.0.0
+	* Stop supporting the autoconf build. (It might works though.)
+	* Instead of autoconf, using omake and ocamlfind
+	* Subpackages: no need to link codes for uninterested format.
+	* Stop supporting lablgtk1
+
+3.2.0
+	* Misnamed version. It should have been 3.0.2.
+
+3.0.2
+        * O'Caml 3.11 port.
+	* Integer overflow vulnerability fix for pngread.c
+
+3.0.1
+        * Alpha channel support for png images.
+
+3.0.0
+        * new version numbering scheme
+        * autoconf and makefiles cleanup
+        * fix examples compilation
+
+2.2.1
+        * Now compiling with -warn-error -A
+2.2
+        * complete code review and rewriting
+        * the main module, originally named "Image" is now "Images".
+        * the whole set of compiled files are now installed in the library
+        * a new export for the Ps module:
+          get_bounding_box : string -> bounding_box
+          returns the bounding box option of a postscript file image.
+2.12
+        * O'Caml 3.07 port. Added support for lablgtk2.
+2.11
+        * bug fix release
+2.01
+        * bug fix at load_Glyph at freetype1/ftintf.c
+2.00
+        * O'Caml 3.03 dll support. (This and later versions of camlimages
+          will not  work with the older O'Camls).
+        * Better support for giflib library
+1.03
+        * Image.save takes the image format now as an option.
+1.02
+        * added CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow and blacK) color space 
+          (even though we have no trivial good color conversion 
+          between CMYK and RGB)
+        * added RGBA (RGB with the Alpha channel) and CMYK images
+        * Colorhist
+        * Unit
+        * Geometry
+
+        * (Jpeg now supports CMYK image reading and writing)
+        * Postscript
+1.01
+        * fix for O'Caml 3.00 + lablgtk 1.00
+        * bitmap cache files finalization is now standard.
+        * bug fixes
+1.0
+        * Initial distribution revision
 
  To install CamlImages library, you need the following softwares:
 
-        * ocaml 3.11 or higher
+        * ocaml 3.11.x or higher
 	* findlib (aka ocamlfind, 
 	  	   http://www.camlcity.org/archive/programming/findlib.html)
         * omake (http://omake.metaprl.org/index.html)
 
-and that is all. But note that this is the minimum requirement: you
-can read/write BMP or PXM (PPM, PGM, PBM) image formats but no other
-formats. If you want to deal with other image formats, you need to
-install the corresponding external libraries:
+Note that this is the minimum requirement: you can read/write BMP or
+PXM (PPM, PGM, PBM) image formats but no other formats. If you want to
+deal with other image formats, you need to install the corresponding
+external libraries:
 
         * libpng for PNG format
                 http://www.libpng.org/pub/png/libpng.html
         * lablgtk2, an Objective Caml interface to gtk+
                 http://wwwfun.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/soft/olabl/lablgtk.html
 
-*** OLD installation procedure by automake
+*** Installation procedure by omake
+
+ % omake
+ % omake install
+
+*** OLD installation procedure by automake (not supported any more)
 
  * GNU make
  * automake (1.7.9 does not work. 1.9.6 works)

LICENSE

-This CamlImages library (the Library) is distributed under the terms of 
-the GNU Library General Public License version 2 (included below).
-
-As a special exception to the GNU Library General Public License, you
-may link, statically or dynamically, a "work that uses the Library"
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