Release v3.2.0 had an incorrect loris version. That's fixed in this new release - no other changes.
In this minor release, we update default file/directory/... naming to use "loris" instead of "loris2". Please check your configuration when you deploy this new release.
This release drops support for Python 2.7, which went out-of-support at the end of 2019. Loris is now Python 3 only.
transforms.target_formatssetting. Thanks @cbutcosk for the patch! (#427)
pct:12.5. Thanks @lutzhelm for the patch! (#445)
There are some changes to the way caches are laid out. Caches will need to be rebuilt, but this should happen automatically as users request images from Loris.
This release contains a single bug fix (#425).
Previously, trying to install Loris with pip 10 would fail with an ImportError; this allows installing Loris with pip 10. If you’re not using pip 10, there is no reason to upgrade.
This release contains a single bug fix (#418).
Previously, if you tried to request a PNG with transparency as a non-transparent format (e.g. JPEG), Loris would return a 500 error. Now it converts the image to RGB before returning. Thanks to @dpancic for reporting the issue.
This release fixes some bugs for installing Loris in Python 3 with
setup.py (see #410).
This release adds a new dependency on attrs.
Thanks to @azaroth42 for IIIF Auth support, and @alexwlchan for improving tests.
Not completely IIIF Image API 2.1 compliant (no support for
max and related features), this release includes several bugfixes and new efficiencies in routing and resolving. Thanks to @bcail and 19 others! for the heavy lifting!.
The is a pre-release that adds several features to the resolvers, and a handful of bugfixes. It does not implement all IIIF 2.1 features yet--don't be fooled by the version number.