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Fedora 8 Update: flam3-2.7.16-1.fc8

Fedora Update Notification
2008-09-16 04:18:43

Name        : flam3
Product     : Fedora 8
Version     : 2.7.16
Release     : 1.fc8
URL         : http://www.flam3.com/
Summary     : Programs to generate and render cosmic recursive fractal flames
Description :
Flam3, or Fractal Flames, are algorithmically generated images and animations.
This is free software to render fractal flames as described on
http://flam3.com. Flam3-animate makes animations, and flam3-render makes still
images. Flam3-genome creates and manipulates genomes (parameter sets).

Update Information:

Upstream updates

* Thu Sep 11 2008 Ian Weller <ianweller gmail com> 2.7.16-1
- Upstream updated:
    Added 'clone_all' to flam3_genome to allow application of 
    template to all flames in a file at once, and 'animate' to write
    a full sequence of interpolations out.  'animate' is similar to 
    'sequence' except that no control point rotation is performed.  
    Fixed non-functional 'write_genome' env var for flam3_animate.  
    Two bugs associated with interpolating from a log interpolation_type
    to a non-log interpolation_type fixed (rotate angle reduction and 
    special inverted identity).  when using flam3_rotate in 'spin_inter'
    the interp type of the first genome is now used rather than the
    current genome's interp type.  Enforced upper and lower bounds for
    xform color and upper bound for interpolated colormap values
    as "smooth" interpolation led to values out of range.  If "smooth"
    interpolation is specified for all flames in a file, the first and
    second-to-last genome is switched to "linear" with a warning.
    spatial filters with non-box-filter window functions fixed.
    Release as 2.7.16.
* Wed Sep  3 2008 Ian Weller <ianweller gmail com> 2.7.15-1
- Upstream updated:
    Added new interpolation types 'old' and 'older', for use in 
    recreating old animations.  'linear' mode now does not rotate padded
    xforms (results in prettier symmetric singularities). switched to
    using a 'padding' flag instead of a 'just initialized' flag; padding 
    flag used for implementation of 'old' and 'older' types.  
    interpolation_space now deprecated, instead use interpolation_type. 
    flam3_align is now idempotent (multiple applications do not change
    the control points.)  Default number of temporal samples bumped to 
    1000.  Removed CVS headers from source code (now using SVN).
    Default interpolation mode now log. Removed 'move' and 'split' vars.
    changes to flam3-genome: sequence mode now returns linear 
    interpolation mode for all control points except first/last of edges 
    - these cps will use the original interpolation mode;  inter and 
    rotate modes will now return padded genomes for all control points,
    all with linear interpolation specified.  instead of centering 
    sometimes reframe by golden mean plus noise. Release as 2.7.15.
* Mon Aug  4 2008 Ian Weller <ianweller gmail com> 2.7.14-1
- Upstream updated:
    Add configuration option for atomic-ops.  bug fix: do not
    truncate floating point palettes.  new motion blur features: add
    temporal_filter_type, can be "box" (default) or "gaussian" or
    "exp".  Temporal_filter_width and temporal_filter_exp are parms to
    it.  'blur' env var no longer used.  Small bug fix: iteration
    count depends only on the size of the output image, not the padded
    image (the gutter).  When interpolating, only do -pi/pi adjustment
    for non-asymmetric cases.  Julian/juliascope variations use the
    alternate inverted identity for interpolation (reduces wedge
    effect).  Add python script for regression and consistency
    checking. Add svn revision number to version string (in the
    software not of the package). Release as 2.7.14.
- Remove patch for removing atomic ops for pre-GCC 4.3 packages

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update flam3' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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