* Sun Apr 12 2020 Michael Vetter <email@example.com>
- Update to 1.4.1:
* Added configure option --disable-rpath. This allows packagers to
prevent the hard-coded library search path from being embedded in
the chafa command-line tool (Mo Zhou, #39).
* Added defaults for the yaft terminal.
* #40 - Fails to build on hurd-i386 + other i386 (reported by Mo
* [unfiled] - Rare failed assert with mostly transparent sixel image
(reported by Reddit user spryfigure).
* [unfiled] - Minor typo in function docstring.
* Thu Apr 02 2020 Michael Vetter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Update to 1.4.0:
* Added sixel graphics support. Chafa will automatically produce sixels
if the connected terminal supports it. It can also be forced using the
new -f or --format flag. This is a new implementation written from the
ground up to maximize throughput.
* Added the --glyph-file option, which loads glyph-symbol mappings from
any file format supported by FreeType (TTF, PCF, etc). This allows for
custom font support and improved symbol selection.
* Added the --speed option specifying animation speed. It accepts a
unitless multiplier, a specific number of frames per second, or max
for maximum throughput.
* There are now two ways to assign colors to symbol cells. Formerly,
this was done based on the average color of the covered area. The new
default is to use the median color, which produces sharper edges,
but is slightly more prone to high-frequency noise. The new option
- -color-extractor selects the method to employ.
* When displaying multiple files, the default delay between files has
been changed from three seconds to zero. Animations will still play
through once. This can be overridden on the chafa command line with -d
* Minor tweaks to built-in symbols.
* Halved pixel storage requirements from 64 bits to 32 bits,
resulting in significant memory savings.
* Now builds with -ffast-math, yielding a big speedup for DIN99d.
* Wed Mar 04 2020 Michael Vetter <email@example.com>
- Update to 1.2.2:
* Fix #34 Cannot compile example
* Sat Aug 24 2019 Jan Engelhardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Update descriptions.
- Avoid double-shipping documentation, and make docs noarch.
* Tue Aug 20 2019 email@example.com
- Update to 1.2.1:
* Detect kitty and mlterm virtual terminals and apply optimal
* Make Automake build more strict and fix a few compatibility nits
* Fix #30 - Failed to build on hurd-i386
* Fix crash on certain broken GIFs
* Mon Aug 05 2019 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to 1.2.0:
* Added --dither, --dither-grain and --dither-intensity options.
These allow for sub-cell dithering in quantized modes (none,
2, 16, 240 and 256). Especially beneficial when used with
- p off.
* Added API for ordered and diffusion-based dithering in quantization.
* Added API support for multiple 8bpc pixel modes: RGB, BGR, RGBA,
BGRA, ARGB, ABGR with either premultiplied or unassociated alpha channels.
* Smooth scaling is now done internally, meaning libchafa
consumers no longer need to prescale images.
* Implemented a machine learning tool that can generate custom
fonts for efficient image reproduction from a provided dataset.
This is left uninstalled since it's still experimental
* Throughput improvements:
+ GIF animations now start playing instantly.
+ GIF CPU overhead reduced by 75%, peak memory use down 95%-99% (!).
+ XWD common case CPU overhead down 60-70%, peak memory down 70%.
+ Additional halving of CPU overhead in 240- and 256-color modes.
+ Streamlined pixel pipeline for better parallelization.
* Installation instructions:
+ New: Guix (Guy Fleury Iteriteka).
+ New: openSUSE (@jubalh).
* Bug fixes:
+ [unfiled] Certain SVGs had transparency replaced with a white background (nemo).
+ [unfiled] -lm dependency belongs in libchafa, not frontend.
* Fri Feb 08 2019 email@example.com
- Initial package chafa 1.0.1 for openSUSE