RMagick 2.3.0 for Windows

I’ve just uploaded RMagick 2.3.0 for Windows to RubyForge
[http://rubyforge.org/projects/rmagick/]. Please allow a few hours for
the mirrors to be updated.

Here’s the ChangeLog for the changes since the previous release of
RMagick for Windows:

RMagick 2.3.0
o Added Image#encipher, Image#decipher (available with
ImageMagick 6.3.8-6)
o Added DTX1Compression, DTX1Compression, and DTX1Compression
CompressionType enums (available in ImageMagick 6.3.9-4)
o Added optional “use hex format” argument to Pixel#to_color
o Support :area resource type in Magick.limit_resource
o Pixel.from_HSL and Pixel#to_HSL are deprecated. Use
Pixel.from_hsla and Pixel#to_hsla instead. The new methods rely
the ImageMagick 6.3.5 and later API.
o The Image#alpha and alpha= attributes are deprecated. Use alpha()
and alpha? instead.
o The Image#mask= attribute is deprecated. Use mask() instead.
o The use of Ruby older than version 1.8.4 with RMagick is
deprecated and will not be supported in a future release.
o Fix bug #18271, rvg width and height attributes wrong after a
to viewbox (reported by Greg Jarman)

RMagick 2.2.2
o Fix bug #18016, add test for InitializeMagick in libMagickCore to

RMagick 2.2.0
o Added Image#opaque_channel, Image#paint_transparent (available
with ImageMagick 6.3.7-10)
o Added Image#liquid_rescale (available with ImageMagick 6.3.8-2)
o Added CMYColorspace ColorspaceType value
o Fixed bug #17148, compiler error message on Solaris (bug report
Trever Wennblom)
o Fixed bug #17470, get_exif_by_number, get_exif_by_entry may fail
when called with one or more arguments

RMagick 2.1.0
o Added Image::Info#caption= attribute
o Rename Image#crop_resized, #crop_resized! to #resize_to_fill,
#resize_to_fill!. Add aliases for the old names.
o Fix bug #16776, in the axes.rb example the last 2 arguments to
border.rectangle are swapped (bug report by Alain Feler)
o Fix bug #16931, apostrophe in #error directive causes error in
some versions of GCC (bug report by Justin Dossey)

RMagick 2.3.0 is an interface to the ImageMagick (www.imagemagick.org)
image processing library. RMagick supports more than 100 image formats,
including GIF, JPEG, PNG. RMagick comes with comprehensive HTML
documentation, including 185 complete examples.

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