I'm happy to announce the release of FiXme version 3.4.
What's new in this version:
* \fixme, \fxerror, \fxwarning and \fxnote are now robust
* Fix incompatibility with KOMA-Script classes
Grab it directly here:
or wait until it propagates through CTAN...
FiXme provides you with a way of inserting fixme notes in documents.
Such notes can appear in the margin of the document, as index entries,
in the log file and as warnings on stdout. It is also possible to
summarize them in a list, and in the index. When you switch from draft
to final mode, any remaining fixme note will be logged, but removed from
the document's body. Additionally, critical notes will abort compilation
with an informative message. FiXme also comes with support for AUC-TeX.
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The Olena Team is proud to announce the release of Olena 1.0.
Olena is a platform dedicated to image processing and pattern
recognition. Its core component is a generic and efficient C++
library called Milena. Milena provides a framework to implement
simple, fast, safe, reusable and extensible image processing tool
chains. The library provides many ready-to-use image data structures
(regular 1D, 2D, 3D images, graph-based images, etc.) and algorithms.
Milena's algorithms are built upon classical entities from the image
processing field (images, points/sites, domains, neighborhoods, etc.).
This design allows image processing developers and practitioners to
easily understand, modify, develop and extend new algorithms while
retaining the core traits of Milena: genericity and efficiency.
The package also features Swilena, an optional component exposing
Milena to other languages thanks to the Simplified Wrapper and
Interface Generator (SWIG). For the moment, only some Python bindings
The Olena platform is Free Software. It is distributed under the
conditions of the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2. See the
file COPYING shipped with the Olena distribution.
Release notes are available at:
You can download packages of the Olena 1.0 distribution here:
The SHA1 digests of theses packages are:
Here is a list of major changes since Olena 0.11:
* The core C++ library, renamed to Milena, has been rewritten from
scratch and features numerous additions over the past releases.
Some features have also been dropped or disabled, and some of them
will be reintegrated in future releases. The programming
interface has changed from previous versions, but most programs
using Olena 0.11 can be adapted to the Olena 1.0 API.
* Milena uses a simplified version of the SCOOP 2 paradigm
(informally called SCOOP 1.5), to improve the speed of compilation
and make developing easier while still providing very good
* A first (re)implementation of Swilena featuring Python wrappers
for a very small subset of Milena is available. The bundled
Swilena Python Shell (sps) allows interactive Olena sessions.
* A reference documentation including a tutorial and a quick
reference guide have been started. They do not cover the whole
Milena library yet.
* Olena includes some demos and applications using Milena.
The file NEWS, included in the archive, contains a more complete list
of user-visible changes.
Please report any problem by mail to <olena-bugs(a)lrde.epita.fr>.
Roland Levillain - LRDE/EPITA - A3SI/ESIEE/IGM/UMLV-Paris Est
EPITA Research and Development Laboratory (LRDE)
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