From 2017-01-26 to 2017-02-24
- 18:24 Feature #721 (New): Inconsistent use of ERROR and FATAL logger in command line tools
- Throughout the various DCMTK command line tools, sometimes the log level ERROR and sometimes the level FATAL is used ...
- 18:15 Bug #388 (Closed): DICOMDIR causing a crash in the destructor of DcmDicomDir
- Fixed with commit 246cbe6.
- 12:12 Bug #374 (Closed): Mistake in DcmElement::changeValue() leads to Segmentation Fault
- Fixed in commit ae4ae81.
- 18:27 Bug #565: setXXX() method should consider the SpecificCharacterSet value
- dcmrt will not be touched anymore for the 3.6.2 release, at least not for fixing the described issue.
- 14:31 Conformance #695 (Assigned): Check whether Non-Patient Object Storage SOP Classes should be treat...
- 14:31 Conformance #695: Check whether Non-Patient Object Storage SOP Classes should be treated differently
- See Commit d8dcde0 (Allow for sending non-patient DICOM objects).
- 10:06 Bug #718: OFStandard::atof() cannot handle NaN
- * Update: According to the following specification, atof() should support "NaN" and "NaN(..chars..)": http://en.cppre...
- 17:07 Conformance #695: Check whether Non-Patient Object Storage SOP Classes should be treated differently
- The first two commits in this regard are 1093ead and a2bf7a6.
Of course, there is more work to be done, e.g. dcmIs...
- 14:21 Bug #646 (Closed): storescu/scp crash in debug mode when using association negotiation profiles
- Closed by commit 77e93ca.
- 09:47 Bug #718 (New): OFStandard::atof() cannot handle NaN
- Alexander Karaivanov writes: I'd like to report bug in OFStandard::atof(), the version when DISABLE_OFSTD_ATOF is not...
- 13:08 Bug #427 (Closed): JPEG Decoder does not report an error with malformed pixel data
- Closed with commit 1677f2.
Test files are found in OFFIS' (private) image collection under the related issue number.
- 10:45 Bug #427: JPEG Decoder does not report an error with malformed pixel data
- The forum posting denoted under bullet 2 (http://forum.dcmtk.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=3842&p=15299#p15299) refers to a...
- 18:03 Conformance #702: Supplement 195 adds two new Transfer Syntaxes (HEVC/H.265)
- Now, also movescu's --accept-all option supports the two new transfer syntaxes (see commit 781db52).
- 14:00 Bug #437 (Closed): Possible bug in User Identity Negotiation code
- Closed by commit #54c8d8.
- 12:04 Bug #541 (Closed): Doxygen documentation of class DcmTLSSCU is incomplete
- Closed with commit #7ed5b8
- 19:11 Conformance #644 (Closed): Supplement 180 adds three new MPEG-4 transfer syntaxes
- See commit c03fccd.
- 16:21 Bug #391 (Closed): valgrind reports "invalid read" when calling gethostbyname()
- See commit 18e429f and 105f4c2.
- 11:36 Conformance #717 (New): CP-1653: Clarify Photometric Interpretations Permitted for Decompressed a...
- Check whether the DCMTK correctly handles Photometric Interpretation as clarified in this CP.
Also note that it is p...
- 11:08 Conformance #716 (New): CP-1678: Use of JPEG Family Transfer Syntaxes rather than RLE for YBR_FULL
- Check whether the DCMTK correctly handles the YBR_FULL color model:
*Rationale for Correction*
- 17:38 Bug #646: storescu/scp crash in debug mode when using association negotiation profiles
- Also dcmrecv crashes in debug mode when started without --config-file, i.e. without an association negotiation profil...
- 14:39 Bug #715 (New): gethostbyaddr() is obsolete and should be replaced by getnameinfo()
- Both on Linux and Windows the gethostbyaddr() function is marked as obsolete or deprecated and should, therefore, be ...
- 14:35 Bug #714 (New): gethostbyname() is obsolete and should be replaced by getaddrinfo()
- Both on "Linux":http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man3/gethostbyname.3.html and "Windows":https://msdn.microsoft.com/de...
- 14:00 Bug #391: valgrind reports "invalid read" when calling gethostbyname()
- Also remove call to gethostbyname() in "dcmnet/include/dcmtk/dcmnet/dcompat.h"?
- 13:44 Bug #380 (Closed): (Possibly) problematic warnings (gcc 2.95.3)
- Not relevant anymore since the compiler (gcc 2.95.3) is more than 15 years old and the warnings, if still problematic...
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