Chris Nokleberg's Fizzy Weblog
I've just released version 1.3 of my Java PNG decoding library. Click here for more information, including download links.
This is the first release of the library in over two years. Thankfully the number of bugs has dropped close to zero over the years, and given the need for JRE 1.1 compatibility there isn't much opportunity for refactoring.
The biggest change is that I've finally brought the project up-to-date with my current development practices. When I wrote the first version, in January 1998, I hadn't been exposed to SourceForge, CVS, Ant, JUnit, or almost any of the other tools I now use every day. Releases used to be a scary proposition, because I was never sure I wasn't breaking something. With these tools and practices like TDD I am much more relaxed now. Practically the only thing that hasn't changed is my use of Emacs, and for better or worse that will likely remain the case forever!