Release Notes: This release adds provisional support for mpNG and ANG animations. There are minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The chunk-decoder/-encoder was rewritten to save over 20KB on binary footprint. Several bugfixes and patches were also applied.
Release Notes: This release contains special data-push mechanisms for Mozilla and Ogg Vorbis. It also includes some small changes and fixes.
Release Notes: A lot of new conditionals were added to disable parts of the code for footprint-optimization. This was done on request from the Mozilla crew.
Release Notes: This release has added many "#ifdef" blocks to facilitate removal of unused or unwanted features, to achieve a smaller disk/memory footprint. This version works around a Microsoft compiler optimization bug that caused libmng to crash while reading JNG datastreams.
Release Notes: This release contains major updates over the previous one to bring compliance with the official MNG specification to nearly 100%. It also adds the new 'dynamic MNG' feature, which allows for easy roll-over effects (hover, click, etc. with or without masks) within a single image.
Release Notes: This fixes a couple of small bugs, fixes most of the problems around the goxxxx() routines, and adds support to turn off caching within the file for streaming MNG such as in gserver. This may be the last candidate before the final 1.0.5 release, which offers a host of new internal code to support nearly 100% of the official MNG spec, plus a bunch of other goodies.
Release Notes: This release has been updated to the latest proposal for a small change in the MNG specification with regards to the interframe_delay after the final/last frame. See the mng-list discussion forum archives for extended details. It also includes a few fixes for small bugs and typos.
Release Notes: A rather nasty bug in the previous beta2 was fixed.
Release Notes: This fixes a couple of minor bugs found in testing 1.0.5b1. It also adds the proposed change for handling TERM delay and interframe_delay as discussed on the "mng-list".