Release Notes: This release fixes an internal error when reading MPLEX data and problems associated with paths containing trailing symlinks.
Release Notes: A few errors were corrected, primarily memory errors.
Release Notes: This release introduces Dirfile Standards Version 9, which adds two new field types, MPLEX and WINDOW, as well as various functionality to rename or modify field names. In addition to the new Standards, this release also adds automatic sequential reads and writes, Perl bindings, write support for gzip-compressed Dirfiles, and various other improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This releases fixes a few bugs found after the release of GetData-0.7.2. Most importantly, it corrects the search path for encoding modules and the writing of metafield metadata.
Release Notes: Regarding the code, this is a minor bugfix release that adds missing but documented functionality relating to Dirfile Standards compliance, specifically the ability to use absolute paths in INCLUDE statements. It also fixes a few minor bugs discovered since the last release. This release also marks the introduction of support in GetData for Microsoft's Visual C++ compiler, but with a reduced feature set. Finally, a source package containing only the Interactive Data Language (IDL) bindings has also been produced, in cases where the library itself is already installed.
Release Notes: The highlight of this bugfix release is the removal of a number of memory management issues. A few segfaults have been fixed, and a larger number of memory leaks have been plugged. A few minor issues discovered after the release of 0.7.0 have also been fixed, mostly concerning the dirfile2ascii utility.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Mac OS X, Cygwin, and Win32 (using MinGW). To support MacOS X, most functions in the C API have been renamed to provide better namespace encapsulation. This release also introduces Dirfile Standards Version 8, which adds support for vector division and scalar arrays. It is also able to handle ARM middle-ended floating point data. An ASCII conversion utility, dirfile2ascii, is now distributed as part of the package. In addition to the above, numerous bugs found after the last release have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a memory leak in the Python bindings.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug related to using an ASCII-encoded field as the reference field.
Release Notes: This release supports Dirfile Standards Version 7, which adds support for complex valued data, signed bit fields, polynomial derived fields, and other minor tweaks. It also adds a reverse look-up function, better ability to get and modify CONST scalar field parameters, and numerous bugfixes. Bindings for Python and the Interactive Data Language (IDL) have been added.