This blog started yesterday because even Free Software needs marketing. Hugin and Enblend, two amazing image processing tools, are a few weeks away from new releases with exciting new features.
The intention is to keep the readers updated on progress. The first Hello World post went missing to a hastily wrong hit on the delete key. So here is again what happened this week in panospace.
Pablo published a new version of the SDK (Software Development Kit) that enables discerning Windows users to build the latest hugin on their own machine and help the project move forward toward release.
Support for OSX has been further refined by Harry. It is now possible to build a version of Hugin for one own’s Mac (Intel and PPC) using MacPorts or Fink, and there will be two binaries, one for Intel and one for PPC, in the upcoming release.
Enfuse dominated much of the discussions, with further EXIF-preserving wrappers by Erik for Windows and with Dominik providing comprehensive build instructions for OSX. Simon provided an initial Linux shell wrapper and Harry one for OSX.
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