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[www-devel] [ANN] libvisio 0.1.6 is out


libvisio is a library for import of MS Visio documents.

List of changes:

- Consider stencil txtxform in binary formats (tdf#67914).
- Parse font width scaling.
- Fix dependency of tests on time zone (tdf#92396).
- Enable building of unit tests without command-line tools.
- Remove namespace check for VDX to allow parsing documents produced by
lucidchart.com (tdf#98791).
- Output shape ID if set.
- Fix parsing of text block background color in some cases.
- Write bitmaps with color palette correctly.
- Deduce text encoding from font name.
- Parse theme fill and shadow color.
- Parse font scheme in VSDX documents.
- Require C++11 for build.
- Fix various crashes, leaks and hangs when reading damaged files found
by oss-fuzz.
- Drop outdated Windows project files.
- Fix some issues found by Coverity.
- Many other small improvements and fixes.

Home page: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/DLP/Libraries/libvisio
Download from: http://dev-www.libreoffice.org/src/libvisio/

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