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GBM (Generalised Bitmap Module) updates

September 25, 2008 by Heiko Nitzsche

++ From the VOICE OS/2-eCS News Service http://www.os2voice.org ++

From: Heiko Nitzsche

GBM plugin 1.36 for Lucide 1.20
-------------------------------
This is a plugin for the Lucide document viewer available for eComStation that extends Lucide for the support of reading all bitmap formats supported by GBM.DLL.

Get package gbmos2plugins_lu136_moz137_bin.zip or the WarpIN installation package from Hobbes (see below).

GBM plugin 1.37 for Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox/SeaMonkey
------------------------------------------------------
This is a plugin for the Webbrowsers Netscape, Mozilla, Firefox and SeaMonkey available for OS/2 and eComStation that extends them for the support of reading all bitmap formats supported by GBM.DLL.

Get package gbmos2plugins_lu136_moz137_bin.zip or the WarpIN installation package from Hobbes (see below).

GBM.DLL 1.61 and GBM command line tools
---------------------------------------
The Generalised Bitmap Module (GBM) is a library capable of loading and saving bitmap files in a variety of popular and less popular bitmap file formats. Programs may be written to use this code, and thus be able to access a variety of file formats without actually knowing what format the
pictures are in, or any details about file format itself. It comes with a useful set of command line bitmap manipulation tools.

Get package gbmos2_161_bin.zip or the WarpIN installation package from Hobbes (see below).

Enhanced GBMV/GBMV2 Version 1.52
--------------------------------
GBMV2 is a fast and simple bitmap viewer and editor for the OS/2 and eCS Presentation Manager. GBMV is a simple bitmap viewer.

Get package gbmos2pm152_bin.zip or the WarpIN installation package from Hobbes (see below).

Notes for eComStation 1.2/1.2R users:
-------------------------------------
Please read the installation instructions. eCS 1.2/1.2R ships with an old GBM.DLL (1.12) which prevents loading of the new GBM.DLL (1.61). Please follow the instructions to use the new GBM.DLL for all programs as well as for eCS WPS features like bitmap previews.


The homepage of GBM for OS/2 and eComStation
--------------------------------------------
http://heikon.home.tlink.de
- comprehensive documentation (also included in the download archives)
- developer tutorials on how to use GBM libs in your own programs
- download of all sources and binaries

Download from Hobbes
--------------------
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=gbmos2plugins_lu136_moz137_bin&pushbutton=Search
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=gbmos2_161_bin&pushbutton=Search
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=gbmos2pm152_bin&pushbutton=Search
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=gbmos2rx112_bin&pushbutton=Search

WarpIN installation package
(GBM.DLL, GBM command line tools, GBMV2, GBMRX, GBMDLGRX, GBM plugins, J2K
codec, Doc):
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=gbmos2pm152_gbm161_lu136_moz137_bin_wpi&pushbutton=Search

Full source code:
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?key=gbmos2pm152_gbm161_lu136_moz137_src&pushbutton=Search

If the links don't show anything, the packages might not yet have reached
its final location in the Hobbes archive. In this case please lookup the
incoming folder.

All downloads are also available on the GBM homepage (see above).

What's new:
-----------
GBM.DLL 1.61
* JPEG2000 codec:
- add JPWL read support
- fix wrong extension to codec assignment
- add support for rate based compression
- add support for quality based compression

GBMV/GBMV2 1.52
* Fix initialy wrong filename extension handling for file dialog
(after profile settings were written once, the problem was no longer
visible)

GBM File Dialog 1.52
* Fix some selection/preview area synchronization issues
* Fix wrong documentation about JPEG2000 extension/codec assignment
* Fix potential crash when programs use the dialog modeless

GBM plugin for Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox/SeaMonkey (NPGBM.DLL version 1.37)
* Fix wrong extension to codec assignment for JPEG2000
* Move the URL in the plugin info to the GBM homepage to allow correct
appearance in Firefox's plugin manager

OpenJPEG codec tools
* add JPWL read/write support

GCC 3.3.5 compiler support for OS/2
* libc063.dll will be needed to run the executables and dlls
* the distribution is still built with OpenWatcom so that no
additional runtime libs are needed
* required changes are reflected in new revisions of all modules
(GBM for Lucide 1.36, GBMRX 1.12, GBMDLGRX 1.04, all above mentioned
modules)

For more details see the change log in the documentation.

Have fun,
Heiko Nitzsche
(Germany, 25-Sep-2008)

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