Significant changes since 1.1.0
 Fixed a 1-pixel error in row 0, column 21 of the luminance plane generated
 libjpeg-turbo's accelerated Huffman decoder previously ignored unexpected
markers found in the middle of the JPEG data stream during decompression. It
will now hand off decoding of a particular block to the unaccelerated Huffman
decoder if an unexpected marker is found, so that the unaccelerated Huffman
decoder can generate an appropriate warning.
 Older versions of MinGW64 prefixed symbol names with underscores by
default, which differed from the behavior of 64-bit Visual C++. MinGW64 1.0
has adopted the behavior of 64-bit Visual C++ as the default, so to accommodate
this, the libjpeg-turbo SIMD function names are no longer prefixed with an
underscore when building with MinGW64. This means that, when building
libjpeg-turbo with older versions of MinGW64, you will now have to add
-fno-leading-underscore to the CFLAGS.
 Fixed a regression bug in the NSIS script that caused the Windows installer
build to fail when using the Visual Studio IDE.
 Fixed a bug in jpeg_read_coefficients() whereby it would not initialize
cinfo->image_width and cinfo->image_height if libjpeg v7 or v8 emulation was
enabled. This specifically caused the jpegoptim program to fail if it was
linked against a version of libjpeg-turbo that was built with libjpeg v7 or v8
 Eliminated excessive I/O overhead that occurred when reading BMP files in
 Eliminated errors in the output of cjpeg on Windows that occurred when the
application was invoked using I/O redirection (cjpeg <inputfile >output.jpg).
Fix: Patch attached with submission follows:
I'll take it.
dhn 2011-06-21 17:11:59 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
graphics/libjpeg-turbo Makefile distinfo
- Update to 1.1.1
Submitted by: Denis Podolskiy <firstname.lastname@example.org> (maintainer)
Revision Changes Path
1.14 +1 -1 ports/graphics/libjpeg-turbo/Makefile
1.6 +2 -2 ports/graphics/libjpeg-turbo/distinfo
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