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2000.01.27 23:05 "latest libs - where?", by Paul Kaiser
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2000.02.01 04:16 "Re: G4 and DCT documentation [was: tiff2ps: G4 compression in PostScript]", by Tom Lane
2000.02.01 05:11 "Re: G4 and DCT documentation [was: tiff2ps: G4 compression in PostScript]", by Joris Van Damme
2000.02.01 05:39 "Re: G4 and DCT documentation [was: tiff2ps: G4 compression in PostScript]", by Tom Lane
2000.02.01 12:47 "Re: G4 and DCT documentation [was: tiff2ps: G4 compression inPostScript]", by Tom Kacvinsky
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2000.02.01 05:11 "Re: G4 and DCT documentation [was: tiff2ps: G4 compression in PostScript]", by Joris Van Damme

#define D_MAX_BLOCKS_IN_MCU 64

Yes, the standard specifies a limit of 10 blocks/MCU.

Hi Mr Lane!

It's an honour to read your mail, and being able to respond to it.

Just so we simple minds can get things wright: what D_MAX_BLOCKS_IN_MCU should we define? If we define it to be 10, can we read all Adobe JPEG's? And if we define it to be 64, can we read all others, and will all other readers be able to read ours? This is probably a stupid question, but I'ld like to get things wright...

BTW, I've just compiled my own libjpeg DLL from your excellent source. (I had always worked with the Borland pre-compiled versions up to now.) It's really hard to get it to work from within my libtiff DLL. Are there any known compatibility or source problems in that area that are documented somewhere? (I'm pretty sure it's not a compilation/DLL issue... anymore.) Anyone else ever succeeded in this?

Thank you very much in advance,

Joris Van Damme