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Name: libraw20 Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 0.20.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 4.1 Build date: Mon Sep 27 20:12:36 2021
Group: System/Libraries Build host: hci-cnode2-m0
Size: 2007042 Source RPM: libraw-0.20.2-4.1.src.rpm
Summary: Library for reading RAW files obtained from digital photo cameras
LibRaw is a library for reading RAW files obtained from digital photo
cameras (CRW/CR2, NEF, RAF, DNG, and others).

LibRaw is based on the source codes of the dcraw utility, where part of
drawbacks have already been eliminated and part will be fixed in future.




CDDL-1.0 OR LGPL-2.1-only


* Mon Sep 27 2021
  - previous version updates fixed also:
    * CVE-2018-20337,CVE-2018-20363,CVE-2018-20364,CVE-2018-20365,
* Wed Apr 21 2021 Wolfgang Frisch <>
  - Hardening: link as PIE (bsc#1184123).
* Fri Feb 19 2021
  - baselibs required by ImageMagick
  - added sources
    + baselibs.conf
* Mon Oct 26 2020 Dirk Mueller <>
  - update to 0.20.2:
    * corrected GPS EXIF output
    * Olympus XZ-1: do not provide linear_max
    * Pentax Optio 33WR: maker index was incorrect
    * dcraw_emu: corrected help line for -6 option.
    * raw-identify: corrected range check for color matrices print
    * use_camera_matrix option: fixed a bug introduced when making compiler more happy
    * multiple camera support improvements
* Fri Jul 24 2020 Paolo Stivanin <>
  - version update to 0.20.0
    * Camera Format support
      + Canon CR3
      + GoPro (via GPR SDK)
      + Panasonic 14-bit
      + Fujifilm compressed/16bit
      + Rapsberry Pi RAW+JPEG format (if USE_6BY9RPI defined)
    * Camera support (+59, 1131 total)
      + Canon: PowerShot G5 X Mark II, G7 X Mark III, SX70 HS,
      + EOS R, EOS RP, EOS 90D, EOS 250D,  EOS M6 Mark II, EOS M50, EOS M200
      + EOS 1DX Mark III (lossless files only)
      + DJI Mavic Air, Osmo Action
      + FujiFilm GFX 100, X-A7, X-Pro3, X100V,
      X-T4 (uncompressed/lossless compressed only), X-T200
      + GoPro Fusion, HERO5, HERO6, HERO7, HERO8
      + Hasselblad L1D-20c, X1D II 50C
      + Leica D-LUX7, Q-P, Q2, V-LUX5, C-Lux / CAM-DC25, SL2, M10 Monochrom
      + Nikon D780, Z50, P950
      + Olympus TG-6, E-M5 Mark III, E-PL10, E-M1 Mark III,
      + Panasonic DC-FZ1000 II, DC-G90, DC-S1, DC-S1R, DC-S1H, DC-TZ95
      + PhaseOne IQ4 150MP
      + Ricoh GR III
      + Sony A7R IV, A9 II, ILCE-6100, ILCE-6600, RX0 II, RX100 VII
      + Zenit M
    * minor/unsorted changes
      + Add support for zlib during configure
      + Fixed multiple problems found by OSS-Fuzz
      + Lots of changes in imgdata.makernotes
      + DNG whitelevel calculated via BitsPerSample if not set via tags
      + DNG: support for LinearDNG w/ BlackLevelRepeat.. pattern
      + better support for Nikon Coolscan 16-bit NEF files
      + Bayer images: ensure that even margins have the same COLOR()
      for both the active sensor area and the full sensor area.
      + fixed several bugs
  - removed libraw-Add-Sony-ILCE-7M3.patch
  - removed libraw-CVE-2020-15503.patch
* Tue Jul 07 2020
  - security update
  - added patches
    fix CVE-2020-15503 [bsc#1173674], lack of thumbnail size range check can lead to buffer overflow
    + libraw-CVE-2020-15503.patch
* Fri Dec 20 2019
  - version update to 0.19.5
    * LibRaw 0.19.5
    * WB coefficients check was too strong, weakened
    * Fixed possible buffer underrun in modern Samsung loader
    * LibRaw 0.19.4
    * CRW/metadata loop prevention code is rolled back due to ABI
      incompatibility. To enable, use -DLIBRAW_METADATA_LOOP_PREVENTION=1
      compile flag for LibRaw and ALL APPS.
    * Fixed possible buffer underflow
    * LibRaw 0.19.3
    * Several fixes inspired by OSS-Fuzz
  - deleted patches
    - libraw-half-size-allocation-buffer-overflow.patch (upstreamed)
* Wed Aug 21 2019
  - drop JPEG2000 support [bsc#1144252]
* Fri Aug 02 2019 Martin Liška <>
  - Use FAT LTO objects in order to provide proper static library.
* Thu Jan 10 2019 Petr Gajdos <>
  - supplementary fix for
    + libraw-half-size-allocation-buffer-overflow.patch
* Tue Jan 08 2019 Petr Gajdos <>
  - asan_build: build ASAN included
  - debug_build: build more suitable for debugging
* Mon Dec 31 2018 Petr Gajdos <>
  - Updated to version 0.19.2
    * Fixed possible buffer overrun at Fuji makernotes parser
    * Fixed possible write to NULL pointer at raw2image/raw2image_ex calls.
  - ./configure not present in sources
* Tue Dec 11 2018 Petr Gajdos <>
  - Updated to version 0.19.1
    * Finally: got Sinar 4shot sample, works fine now
    * OpenMP critical sections for malloc/free; extra #ifdefs
      removed; bin/dcraw_dist could be built again using Makefile.devel
    * additional checks in parse_phase_one()
    * more checks on file offsets/tag len in parse_minolta
    * more checks in parse_ciff
    * Mempool check reworked
    * Old Leaf (16bit/3color/TIFF) support
    * Fix cameraWB->autoWB fallback
    * Polaroid x530 channel swap; get metadata pointer for Foveon files
    * Fixed Secunia Advisory SA86384
    - possible infinite loop in unpacked_load_raw()
    - possible infinite loop in parse_rollei()
    - possible infinite loop in parse_sinar_ia()
  - removed libraw-CVE-2018-5813.patch (upstreamed)
* Thu Aug 02 2018
  - Add patch libraw-Add-Sony-ILCE-7M3.patch
    * See
    * The patch has been cut, the tarball from the download section
      doesn't match the git tag. dcraw/dcraw.c is totall different.
  - Use %license tag
* Wed Aug 01 2018
  - security update
    * CVE-2018-5813 [bsc#1103200]
      + libraw-CVE-2018-5813.patch
* Wed Aug 01 2018
  - new upstream branch, version 0.19.x
    * fixes CVE-2018-10529 and CVE-2018-10528, hence removing
      . libraw-CVE-2018-10528.patch
      . libraw-CVE-2018-10529.patch
    * the rest of changes at
* Mon Apr 30 2018
  - security update
    * CVE-2018-10528 [bsc#1091345]
      + libraw-CVE-2018-10528.patch
    * CVE-2018-10529 [bsc#1091346]
      + libraw-CVE-2018-10529.patch
* Mon Apr 30 2018
  - Updated to version 0.18.9:
    * samsung_load_raw: possible buffer overrun
    * rollei_load_raw: possible buffer overrun
    * nikon_coolscan_load_raw: possible buffer overrun, possible NULL pointer
    * find_green: possible stack overrun
    * parse_exif: possible stack overrun
* Fri Mar 09 2018
  - Updated to version 0.18.8:
    * leaf_hdr_load_raw: check for image pointer for demosaiced raw
    * NOKIARAW parser: check image dimensions readed from file
    * quicktake_100_load_raw: check width/height limits
  - Dropped libraw-glibc-2.27.patch: No longer needed
* Fri Feb 09 2018
  - fix build with glibc 2.27 [bsc#1079853]
    + libraw-glibc-2.27.patch
* Tue Jan 23 2018
  - updated to 0.18.7:
    * All legacy (RGB raw) image loaders checks for imgdata.image is
      not NULL
    * kodak_radc_load_raw: check image size before processing
    * legacy memory allocator:
      allocate max(widh, raw_width) * max(height, raw_height)
  - partial cleanup with spec-cleaner
  - other spec fixes:
    * switch to https site
    * remove executable bit from copyright
    * remove outdated comment about build parallelism
* Thu Dec 14 2017
  - updated to 0.18.6:
    * Fixed fuji_width handling if file is neither fuji nor DNG
    * Fixed xtrans interpolate for broken xtrans pattern
    * Fixed panasonic decoder
* Mon Sep 25 2017
  - updated to 0.18.5:
      Fix for possible buffer overrun in kodak_65000 decoder
      Fix for possible heap overrun in Canon makernotes parser
      Fix for CVE-2017-13735
      CVE-2017-14265: Additional check for X-Trans CFA pattern data
  - remove upstreamed libraw-out-of-bounds-kodak.patch
* Wed Sep 13 2017
  - updated to 0.18.4:
    * Fix for possible heap overrun in Canon makernotes parser
    * Fix for CVE-2017-13735
    * CVE-2017-14265: Additional check for X-Trans CFA pattern data
  - add libraw-out-of-bounds-kodak.patch, upstream bug #101
  - remove libraw-CVE-2017-6887,6886.patch and
    no need to patch dcraw.c, it is not used
* Tue May 23 2017
  - updated to 0.18.2:
      Fixed several errors (Secunia advisory SA75000)
      ACES colorspace output option included in dcraw_emu help page
      Avoided possible 32-bit overflows in Sony metadata parser
      Phase One flat field code called even for half-size output
      Camera Support: Sigma Quattro H
      Fixed bug in FujiExpoMidPointShift parser
      Fixed wrong black level in Sony A350
      Added standard integer types for VisualStudio 2008 and earlier
  - added missing parts of the fix for CVE-2017-6887
    and CVE-2017-6886
      + libraw-CVE-2017-6887,6886.patch
  - added missing fix for CVE-2017-6890 and CVE-2017-6899
    + libraw-CVE-2017-6890,6899.patch
* Mon Jan 30 2017
  - renaming libraw15 to libraw16 and amend spec file to avoid such
    inconsistency [bsc#1021327]
* Wed Jan 11 2017
  - update to 0.18.0:
    * License changed to LGPL-2.1/CDDL-1.0
    * Camera support (+87):
      + Apple: iPad Pro, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 plus,
      iPhone 7, iPhone 7 plus
      + BlackMagic Micro Cinema Camera, URSA, URSA Mini
      + Canon PowerShot G5 X, PowerShot G7 X Mark II,
      PowerShot G9 X, IXUS 160 (CHDK hack), EOS 5D Mark IV,
      EOS 80D, EOS 1300D, EOS M10, EOS M5, EOS-1D X Mark II
      + Casio EX-ZR4000/5000
      + DXO One,
      + FujiFilm X-Pro2, X70, X-E2S, X-T2
      + Gione E7
      + GITUP GIT2
      + Google Pixel,Pixel XL
      + Hasselblad X1D, True Zoom
      + HTC MyTouch 4G, One (A9), One (M9), 10
      + Huawei P9
      + Leica M (Typ 262), M-D (Typ 262), S (Typ 007),
      SL (Typ 601), X-U (Typ 113), TL
      + LG G3, G4
      + Meizy MX4
      + Nikon D5, D500, D3400
      + Olympus E-PL8, E-M10 Mark II, Pen F, SH-3, E-M1-II
      + Panasonic DMC-G8/80/81/85, DMC-GX80/85,
      DMC-TZ80/81/85/ZS60, DMC-TZ100/101/ZS100,DMC-LX9/10/15,
      + Pentax K-1, K-3 II, K-70
      + PhaseOne IQ3 100MP
      + RaspberryPi Camera, Camera V2
      + Ricoh GR II
      + Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge
      + Sigma sd Quattro
      + Sony A7S II, ILCA-68 (A68), ILCE-6300, DSC-RX1R II,
      DSC-RX10III, DSC-RX100V,ILCA-99M2 (A99-II), a6500,
      IMX214, IMX219, IMX230, IMX298-mipi 16mp,
      IMX219-mipi 8mp, Xperia L
      + PtGrey GRAS-50S5C
      + YUNEEC CGO4
      + Xiaomi MI3, RedMi Note3 Pro
    * Floating point DNG support
    * More metadata parsed
    * Existing API changes:
      imgdata.params fields (all very specific purpose):
      sony_arw2_options, sraw_ycc, and params.x3f_flags
      replaced with single bit-field raw_processing_options
      See  LIBRAW_PROCESSING_* bits in documentation.
    * Fixed bug in Sony SR2 files black level
    * DNG files with BlackLevel both in vendor makernotes and
      BlackLevel: BlackLevel tag always takes precedence
    * ChannelBlackLevel added to canon makernotes
    * unpack_thumb() data size/offset check against file size
  - removed libraw-0.17.1-gcc6-compatibility.patch (fixed upstream)
* Sun Jul 10 2016
  - update to 0.17.2:
    * strncpy usage was not compatible with glibc bounds check
* Tue May 24 2016
  - Complete libraw-0.17.1-gcc6-compatibility.patch to fix build
    on ppc as well
* Tue May 24 2016
  - Fix build with GCC 6:
    * Add libraw-0.17.1-gcc6-compatibility.patch
* Thu Dec 03 2015
  - updated to 0.17.1:
    * fixed two errors found by fuzzer (CVE-2015-8367)
    * phase_one_correct always returns value; handle P1 return codes
    in postprocessing
  - removed upstreamedretval.diff
* Fri Nov 13 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 0.17.0
    * Fixed dcraw.c ljpeg_start possibly buffer overrun
    * C API extension to support 3DLut Creator
    * More metadata parsing/extraction: XMP packet extracted (if
    exists), DNG Color information parsed, GPS data (partially)
    parsed, EXIF/Makernotes parsed for used optics (for both RAW
    files and DNG converted by Adobe convertor).
    * Exif/Makernotes parser callback (called for each processed tag)
    * Sony ARW2.3 decoder: params.sony_arw2_hack removed, decoded data
    are always in 0...17k range (note the difference with dcraw!);
    Additional processing options for Sony lossy compression techincal
    * Dcraw 9.26 imported (but some changes not approved because Libraw
    does it better) with some exceptions: no Pentax K3-II frame
    selection code; and no built-in JPEG decompressor.
    * Many improvements in data decoding/processing: Correct decoding
    of black level values from metadata for many formats, LibRaw does
    not rely on hardcoded black levels.
    * 224 camera models added to supported camera list. Some of them are
    new (released since LibRaw 0.16 come out), some was supported
    before, but missed from the list.
    * Fujifilm F700/S20Pro second frame support
  - Add retval.diff to resolve new compiler warnings
* Sat Jun 06 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 0.16.2
    * Fixed several bugs detected by running American Fuzzy Lop.
* Mon May 11 2015
  - updated to 0.16.1:
    * Fix for dcraw ljpeg_start() vulnerability.
* Thu Jan 30 2014
  - updated to 0.16.0:
    * removed 0001-build-fix-return-of-random-data.patch (upstreamed)
    * Support for new cameras:
      Baumer TXG14
      Blackmagic Cinema
      Canon EOS 70D, C500, S120, G16
      Fujifilm X-M1, X-A1, XE2, XQ1
      Hasselblad Lunar, Stellar
      Leica C, X VARIO
      Nikon D5200, P7800, D5300, D610, Df, 1 AW1
      Nokia Lumia 1020, 1520
      Olympus E-P5,E-M1, STYLUS1
      OmniVision OV5647 (Raspberry Pi)
      Panasonic LF1, GX7, GF6, GM1
      Pentax K-50, K-500, Q7,K-3
      Richon GR
      Samsung NX300, NX1100, NX2000, Galaxy NX (EK-GN120)
* Mon Sep 09 2013
  - updated to 0.15.4:
      Additional checks to data to prevent broken file opening
      New camera/format support:
      Richon GR
      Panasonic LF1
      Canon EOS 70D
      Sony RX100II, RX1R
      Olympus E-P5
* Mon Jul 29 2013
  - updated to 0.15.3:
    * New camera/format support:
      OmniVision OV5647 (Raspberry Pi)
      Nikon D5200
      Panasonic DMC-GF6
    * Fixed decoding error for some Canon sRAW files.
* Wed Jun 12 2013
  - remove libraw-gcc27.patch, it is upstreamed yet
* Tue Jun 11 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 0.15.2
    * Fixed possible double-free() on error recovery on damaged
    full-color (Foveon, sRAW) files. (CVE-2013-2126, bnc#822665)
    * fixed wrong data maximum calculation for Panasonic files
    * check for possible buffer overrun in exposure correction code
    (CVE-2013-2127, bnc#822665)
  - Add 0001-build-fix-return-of-random-data.patch
* Thu Jan 10 2013
  - SONAME changed in 0.14, but prior update omitted package name
    change libraw2 -> libraw5. Do it now.
  - Use more robust make install call
  - Remove redundant %clean section, and remove unused .la files
  - Run fdupes to hardlink duplicate files
* Wed Jul 11 2012
  - update to 0.14.7
    * Imported dcraw 9.15 (1.449):
    - New cameras supported: Canon 5D Mark III, G1 X, 1D X and
      Powershot SX200; Nikon D4,D800/D800E and D3200; Fuji X-S1 and
      HS30EXR; Casio EX-Z8; Olympus E-M5; Panasonic GF5;
      Sony NEX-F3, SLT-A37 and SLT-A57; Samsung NX20 and NX210;
    - Support for updated Samsung NX200 firmware.
    * Makefile.msvc: easy additional compiler flag editing.
  - update to 0.14.6
    * Casio EX-Z500 support
    * (possible) I/O exceptions on file open catched in
    * Fixed possible read-after-buffer in Sony ARW2 decoder
    * Fixed mingw32 errors when compiling LibRaw_windows_datastream
    * Makefile.msvc: support of OpenMP and LCMS (uncomment to use)
    * Fixed decoding of some Leaf Aptus II files
  - update to 0.14.5
    * Fixed bug (uninitialized variable) in SMAL format decoding.
    * Imported new dcraw 9.12 (1.446): support for Leica V-LUX 3,
    updated color data for Canon S100, Fujifilm X10, Nikon 1 J1/V1,
    Panasonic GX1, Samsung NX200, Sony NEX-7
  - update to 0.14.4
    * Fixes to Panasonic/Leica file parser to prevent crash on
    broken jpegs.
    * Fixes to include order in src/libraw_datastream.cpp to better
    compile with KDEWIN
    * Floating-point DNGs are rejected on early processing stage.
    * Support for new cameras: Canon S100, Fuji X10, Panasonic GX1,
    Samsung NX200, Sony NEX-7.
  - update to 0.14.3
    * Bug fixes in black level subtraction code for PhaseOne files
    * New API call LibRaw::get_internal_data_pointer() for developers
    who need access to libraw_internal_data fields
    (i.e. Fuji SuperCCD layout).
    * doc/API-overview fixes to reflect 0.14 changes
  - update to 0.14.2
    * Fixed bug in Canon 1D and 1Ds files decoding.
    * New decoder information bit DECODER_HASRAWCURVE
  - update to 0.14.1
    * Imported dcraw 9.11/1.445:
    - Support for new cameras added: Fujifilm F600EXR, Nikon P7100,
      Olympus E-PL3 and E-PM1, Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Sony NEX-5N,
      A65 and A77.
    - Updated color data for: Olympus E-P3, Panasonic G3 and GF3,
      PhaseOne H25, P40 and P65, Sony NEX-C3, NEX-5, NEX-3, A35
      and A55.
    - Support for dark frame extraction on Sony cameras.
    * DCB demosaicing: reserving 6 pixels instead of 3 to suppress
    colored image frame.
  - update to 0.14.0
    * Multiple rendering (LibRaw::dcraw_process() calls) allowed
    without re-opening RAW file thrfough the sequence of
    open()/unpack() calls.
    You should be able to change any processing parameters
    (except shot_select parameter) between dcraw_process() calls.
    - New sample in samples/multirender_test.cpp: renders data 4 times:
      in half and full modes with different white balance settings.
    - Unprocessed RAW data is stored in separate data buffer:
      (2 bytes per pixel for all Bayer-pattern images, 8 bytes per
      pixel for Foveon, sRAW, and other full-color raw formats),
      so now LibRaw uses 25% more memory for full processing of
      most common Bayer images; while for just unpack memory is
      reduced 4 times.
    - New call LibRaw::raw2image() fills imgdata.image array with
      fresh copy of data. There is no need to call raw2image()
      separately if you use dcraw_process() or
      dcraw_document_mode_processing() calls.
    - New call LibRaw::get_decoder_info() to determine raw data
      storage layout. See samples/unprocessed_raw.cpp for an example
      of how to use it.
    - New call LibRaw::free_image(), deallocates imgdata.image buffer.
      Use this call if current postprocessing results are not needed,
      but it is to early to call recycle() because dcraw_process()
      may be called later.
    - New C-API calls
      libraw_raw2image() - C API for LibRaw::raw2image()
      libraw_free_image() - C API for LibRaw::free_image()
      libraw_get_decoder_info() - C API for LibRaw::get_decoder_info()
    If your code uses usual open()/unpack()/dcraw_process() call
    sequence, then NOTHING CHANGED: your program should produce
    same results. For interactive programs you may skip open()/unpack()
    calls after adjusting processing parameters, so user should see
    image refreshed much faster.
    If your code uses raw data (open+unpack calls), you need to call
    LibRaw::raw2image(), and imgdata.image will contain same bitmap
    as in LibRaw 0.13.x
    If you code uses access to masked borders data, you need to
    rewrite it. See samples/unprocessed_raw.cpp as a sample.
    * Other changes:
    - No separate imgdata.masked_pixels buffers, Bayer raw formats
      are read to buffer with borders.
      So, no ugly add_masked_border_to_bitmap() call.
    - No filtering_mode parameter. Raw tone curve is applied at
      unpack() stage; zero pixels removed on postprocesing stage.
    - unprocessed_raw and 4colors samples are adjusted to use new
      RAW data storage layout.
    - OpenMP speedup of postprocessing steps (up to 50% for half
      mode and 4-core machine)
    - Most of LibRaw_datastream function bodies are moved to
      separate source file
    - LibRaw_windows_datastream is merged to main source tree
    - Imported dcraw 9.10 (1.444), support for new cameras added:
      ARRIRAW format, Canon SX30 IS, Leica D-LUX 5 and V-LUX2,
      Olympus E-P3, Panasonic G3 and GF3, Sony NEX-C3 and SLT-A35
    - Support for RedOne digital movie cameras (R3D format).
      To enable this support you need to:
    * install libjasper JPEG2000 support library
    * compile LibRaw with -DUSE_JASPER compiler switch
      (./configure will do it for you)
    * If you use own LibRaw_datastream implementation, you should
      implement make_jas_stream() call for your datastream. See
      bottom of src/libraw_cxx.cpp for implementations in datafile
      and mem-buffer LibRaw streams.
    - Bugfix: green matching is turned off if output image is
      shrinked due to wavelet filtering or aberration correction.
    - Removed imgdata.sizes.bottom_margin and right_margin data
      fields use imgdata.sizes.raw_width - width - left_margin to
      get right one, the same with bottom_margin.
    - Minor ./configure cleanup
    - Qmake files and Visual Studio Project files are updated.
    - New version check macroses.
    - Documentation changed to reflect 0.14 changes.
    - Removed LibRaw::rotate_fuji_raw() call and corresponding
      C-API call.
    - The LibRaw::adjust_sizes_info_only() call may be called
      repeated and mixed with dcraw_process() calls.
    - Postprocessing speedup and optimization, especially
      if cropping set.
    - Cropping works for FujiCCD raws. For the technical reasons,
      the position of top-left corner of crop area will be rounded
      to the nearest multiple of 4 (the corner is shifted top-left).
    - New sample samples/postprocessing_benchmark.cpp This sample
      measures postprocessing speed. All demosaic methods, averaged
      white balance, median filtering, wavelet filtration, highlight
      recovery, and cropping are supported.
    * all client code should be recompiled due to internals change.
  - update to 0.13.8
    * Imported dcraw 9.10 (1.444), support for new cameras added:
    ARRIRAW format, Canon SX30 IS, Leica D-LUX 5 and V-LUX2,
    Olympus E-P3, Panasonic G3 and GF3, Sony NEX-C3 and SLT-A35
    * Bugfix: green matching is turned off if output image is
    shrinked due to wavelet filtering or aberration correction.
  - update to 0.13.7
    * Changes in cropping code:
    - cropping is now works for Fuji files (instead of crash)
    - bad pixels map and dark frame subtraction is turned off if
      cropping enabled
    - for technical reasons, coordinates of top-left corner of crop
      box are rounded to multiple of 4 for Fuji files.
    * ./configure stuff fixes:
    - install static libraries only when --enable-static is set
    - compiled samples are dynamically linked if shared library not
    * OpenMP enabled for Visual Studio 2008 SP1+, but not for RTM
  - update to 0.13.6
    * Cosmetic cleanup in Libraw_memmgr code
    * Permit OpenMP support on MS VS2008
    * More general mem_image interface:
    - New call get_mem_image_format returns bitmap size and bit depth
    - New call copy_mem_image can copy bitmap into buffer with
      different color order (RGB/BGR) and line stride
    - dcraw_make_mem_image() uses calls mentioned above
    - see documentation for info on these function parameters.
    * libraw/librawwindows.h implements LibRaw_datastream class based
    on Windows memory mapped files.Win32/64-only Thanks to
    Linc Brookes.
    * Fixed parallel make errors in configure/
* Wed Mar 14 2012
  - Add libraw-gcc47.patch: Fix build with gcc 4.7.
* Wed Aug 24 2011
  - Stop using _service files
* Tue Aug 09 2011
  - Made html document file non-executable (fix for RPMLINT warning)
  - Cleaned up spec file formatting
* Sun Jun 12 2011
  - update to 0.13.5
    * Imported new dcraw 9.08/1.443:
      New color data for Canon 600D and 1100D, Fuji S200EXR
      New camera supported: Fuji HS20EXR and F550EXR, Kodak Z990,
      Nikon D5100, Olympus E-PL1s and XZ-1, Samsung NX11,
      Sony A230 and 290.
  - update to 0.13.4
    * Imported new dcraw 9.07/1.442:
      support for Canon 600D and 1100D, Hasselblad H4D-60, Olympus E-PL2
    * Color data for Leaf Aptus II and Canon Powershot S2 IS
  - update to 0.13.3
    * Preliminary support for Leaf Aptus II cameras (no color data yet):
      Leaf Aptus II 6,7,8,10 and 12 are tested, Aptus II 5 should work.
    * Preliminary support for Fujifilm X100 camera (again, no color data).
    * Fixed possible after the end of buffer read when working with
      in-memory RAW data.
    * Fixed possible loss of JPEG stream sync marks in LJPEG decoder
      (this bug was found only for Leaf Aptus II RAWs).
* Sun Mar 13 2011
  - update to 0.13.2
    * This version contains several big changes, improvements and bug fixes:
      New low-level buffering code for Huffman decompression. Canon CR2
      files are opened about 1.5x times faster than on LibRaw 0.12, other
      huffman-comressed files unpacks in 1.2-1.3 times faster.
      Exposure correction code based on linear-cubic root combination.
      Correction range is from 0.25 (-2 stops) to 8 (+3 stops)
      All 0.12.x features, including new cameras support and half-size/green-matching fixes.
      Changes and additions in demosaic-packs:
      Banding suppression code.
      High-frequency noise suppression.
      Green channels local averaging to suppress maze artifacts.
      OpenMP speed-up in median filters and green equilibration.
      Bug fixes and improvements:
      Better parsing of unknown command-line params in dcraw_emu sample
      Brigtness table in ahd_demosaic is calculated in reversed order to prevent
      possible (very unlikely) multithreaded app problem.
      Fixed file extension in half_mt.c sample.
      Fixed incomplete data fields reset in LibRaw::recycle()
      Patches for ./configure system for better LCMS2 support
  - now provides shared library
* Fri Jan 07 2011
  - simplify lcms2 build fix and rename to libraw-lcms2-build.patch, as
    it has nothing to do with the upstreamed libraw-pkg-config.patch
  - remove duplicated documentation files rather than using fdupes
  - build with -fPIC so the static archives can be linked into shared
    libraries/plugins (cf.
* Fri Jan 07 2011
  - Update to version 0.12.2
    * Fuji FinePix S5500 size adjusted to ignore (rare?) garbage
      at top of frame.
    * Sigma DPx processing disabled because of unsupported
      compession scheme and incompatible metadata format.
      These cameras will be supported only if dcraw will
      support them.
  - use liblcms2 now
* Thu Dec 30 2010
  - add libraw-pkg-config.patch to fix build issues in shotwell
    (already accepted upstream, cf.
* Sun Dec 12 2010
  -Update to version 0.12.0
  -add libjpeg-devel to fix build on < 11.3
  -drop default cflags patch - no longer needed with autotools
    + DCB interpolation and FBDD denoising integrated into main LibRaw.
    + Two addtional demosaic packs:   GPL2-licensed: AFD, LMMSE, VCD, Modified AHD and AHD+VCD interpolations.
    + Additional median filters from 'Modified DCRAW' package. Foveon support also included in this pack.
    + GPL3-licensed: AMaZE interpolation and chromatic aberrations correction from RawTherapee
    +LCMS 2.x support
    +New ./configure script, based on GNU autotools.
    +Bugfixes:Fix in green_matching code to support nonstandard Bayer pattern
    + Fixed bug in add_masked_borders_to_bitmap() call for cameras with masked border composed of odd number of pixels.
* Tue Nov 16 2010
  - add the right configure flags
* Tue Nov 16 2010
  -Update to version 0.11.2:
    +Imported dcraw 9.05 (1.439)
    + Support for many cameras added:
      Canon: G12, SX120, 60D
      Hasselblad H4D, Nokia X2, Olympus E-5
      Nikon: D3100, D7000, P7000
      Panasonic: FZ40, FZ100, LX5
      Pentax: K-r, K-5, 645D
      Samsung GX20, WB2000
  -  added LCMS support so libRaw is color management capable
  -  added openMP threading support for multi-core machines
* Wed Nov 10 2010
  - Update to version 0.11.1:
    + Fixed bug in dcraw_emu sample command line processing
  - Changes from version 0.11.0:
    + Processing pipeline has changed: black level is always
      subtracted on prostprocessing stage or by special
      subtract_black() call.
    + Cropping on postprocessing stage implemented.
    + New API call for clearing memory allocated by make_mem_image()
    + New iostreams based I/O layer, much faster on some systems
      (esp. Win32 and Linux).
    + Better exception handling code.
    + Secure FILE* I/O calls for Visual Studio 2008/2010.
    + Fixed bug with half_size processing.
    + Disabled OpenMP for wavelet_denoise under Mac OS X
    + Russian documentation re-coded to utf-8 from CP1251.
  - Create a libraw-tools subpackage, containing command-line tools.
  - Drop libraw-0.9.1-configure.patch: fixed upstream.
  - Drop libraw-0.9.1-configure-optflags.patch: the changes in
    libraw-0.9.1-configure-default-cflags.patch make it useless.
  - Update libraw-0.9.1-configure-default-cflags.patch to apply
    without libraw-0.9.1-configure-optflags.patch.
* Sun Sep 19 2010
  - Update to version 0.10.0:
    + Imported dcraw versions 9.01-9.04 (1.434-1.438):
    - Separate black levels for each color channel.
    - Changes in tiff metadata parser.
    - New cameras: Canon SX20 and 550D, Nikon D3s, Olympus E-P2,
      Panasonic GF1, G2 and G10, Samsung EX1, NX-10 and WB550, Sony
      A450, NEX-3 and NEX-5, Casio EX-Z1050, Fuji HS10/HS11, Kodak
      Z981, Phase One P65.
    - Color data changed for some cameras
    - Fixed file descriptor leak in dark frame subtraction processing
    + Small patch in Sony ARW2 unpacking code to make valgrind happy
    + New command-line switch -h in mem_image sample (half_size
    + Some patches by Johannes Hanika (darktable author):
    - OpenMP speedup for PPG-interpolation
    - green_matching - suppress of 'color maze' on cameras with
      different green channels. This option is controlled by the
      field with the respective name in imgdata.params
    + all client code should be recompiled due to structures size change
    + LibRaw::free() is now public instead of private.
* Mon Aug 30 2010
  - Split the static library files to a devel-static subpackage, to
    follow our packaging guidelines.
* Thu Aug 12 2010
  - Clean up package for inclusion in openSUSE, based on the Fedora
    package and the one made by djs_core. This was version



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