- Fixed unreported bug: ezcImageTransformation will cause an error, if no
filters are submitted, but only a MIME type conversion is set.
- Fixed unreported bug: ImageAnalysis and ImageConversion used different
MIME types for PSD files.
- Fixed unreported bug: Missing sanity checks for file existance and
reabability in ezcImageTransformation::transform().
- Added more MIME types to ezcImageImagemagickHandler to be able to
transform more formats.
- Added option for ezcImageImagemagickHandler to allow the explicit setting of
ImageMagick's "convert" binary.
- Changed exception behavior. All errors will now throw a different exception
- Changed OS detection of ezcImageImagemagickHandler to better detect Windows
- Changed behavior of ezcImageGeometryFilters::scale() to its
original purpose. The scale() filter now allows scaling of images to fit
into a certain rectengular box. The former behavior is still available
throug the scaleExact() filter.
- Changed execution of ImageMagick binary from exec() to proc_open(). This
avoids nasty error output on the console if something fails. Errors from
STDERR are now caught and used in the thrown exception for analysis.
- Fixed bug #7640: "createTransformation aspect ratio scaling".
The ImageMagick driver now does correct scaling, maintaining aspect ratio.
- Fixed unreported bug, that $name attribute in ezcImageMethodcallHandler is
private, but accessed by it's derived classes for error reporting.
- Fixed unreported bug in crop filter code of ezcImageImagemagickHandler, that
caused the crop to always start at the coordinates 0, 0.
- Added struct for ezcImageConverter settings: ezcImageConverterSettings.
- Added new method getIdentifier() to handler classes which returns
a lowercase version of the name. The convert class uses this instead of
lowercasing the name manually.
- Added ezcImageFilter struct to keep the filter name and
options. This replaces the associative arrays and separate parameters used
throughout the various classes (mostly ezcImageTransformation).
- Changed settings handling in ezcImageConverter to new struct
- Changed ezcImageHandler objects to get their $name and $identifier in
- Changed ezcImageHandlers not to automagically find the correct class name for
a filter. Instead the ezcImageFilters object is now created by the specific
- Changed functions to properties:
- Changed class names:
- Changed function names:
- Changed ezcImageTransformation::transform() to throw a catch-all exception
instead of all inherited ones. The catch-all exception stores the source
exception in it's 'parent' property.
- Changed visibility of filter handling classes to private.
The code for the filter handling needs to more work before
becoming public. Any references to the filter classes from public
classes are also removed. This marks the GD and Imagemagick handlers as
- Changed ezcImageHandler::listFilters() to use the getFilters() method on
the filter object to get filter list.
- Changed the way on how handlers can be referenced. The class names which are
passed in ezcImageConverterSettings are now stored in the
- Added a reference name setting which are used by the converter
and handler. This allows the developer to reference the handler
with a simple name.
- Add a settings array which can be used by the handler as configuration.
- Removed 'identifier' from ezcImageHandler and uses class name of handler
for lookup in ezcImageConverter::applyFilter().
- Removed generation from class names out of values in
ezcImageConverterSettings. Instead they should now pass the full class name
to the converter. This removes the need to prefix custom made handler
classes with ezcImageHandler.
- Removed all the special code from the abstract class ezcImageHandler and
added them to ezcImageMethodcallHandler. The main handler class is now much
cleaner and exposes less special functions and properties to the public.
- Updated GD and ImageMagick handlers to extends the new class.
- Fixed createTransformation() to return the transformation object.
- Initial release of this package.
Last updated: Wed, 28 Nov 2007