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default series Focus of Development
Bugs targeted: 1 Confirmed
Blueprints targeted: None

Where new developments are merged into the codebase. Small changes are applied directly to default. For larger changes developer branch out development branches. Once a months developers are polled whether there is enough difference between default and the last Stable Release to warrant starting a new release cycle.

2019.2 series Active Development
Latest milestones: 2019.2beta1
Bugs targeted: 2 Fix Committed
Blueprints targeted: None

Current development branch

2019.0 series Current Stable Release
Bugs targeted: 40 Fix Released
Blueprints targeted: 1 Deployment

Current development branch

2018.0 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2018.0, 2018.0rc2, 2018.0rc1, 2018.0beta1
Blueprints targeted: None

Bug fix release with some new feature

2017.0 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2017.0, 2017.0rc2, 2017.0rc1, 2017.0beta1
Blueprints targeted: None

* Prepare for 2017.0 release

2016.2 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2016.2.0, 2016.2rc2, 2016.2rc1, 2016.2beta1
Blueprints targeted: None

* Allow reading of image positions from Papywizard XML files.
* Internal blender and verdandi got the possibility to blend seams as alternative to current hard seam.
* The display of the control point error (after optimizing and in fast preview window) and the control point list window can now limited to take only control points in active images into account (menu Edit>Optimize only active images, connected with the setting on the optimizer tab).
* Improvements to mask tab in Hugin (edit crop of all images of the same lens at once) and find panorama dialog in PTBatcherGUI (remove images from found panoramas, split found panorama into two).
* Several improvements for Mac OS.
* Fixes several issues with fast preview window which could result in random crashes (uninitialized variables, memory leaks).

2016.0 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2016.0.0, 2016.0rc2, 2016.0rc1, 2016.0beta1
Blueprints targeted: 1 Deployment

* The first improvement concerns icc color profiles: Hugin has already copied the icc profile into the output file when stitching panoramas. Now also the display in the GUIs takes the icc profile into account. Celeste_standalone and cpfind read now also the icc profile and use it during its processings.
* Beside the known output options Hugin now includes a user defined output sequence. With this option the user can create more flexible variants for the output. As an example a zero-noise output sequence is delivered with Hugin 2016.0.
* Some buttons in the Hugin GUI now have a context menu for easier access to some function:
** Show all in the fast preview window to allow better interaction with stacked projects.
** Celeste button in the cp tab (panorama editor): the button can now be used to create control points or to clean control points with celeste or statistical methods.
* The identify tool in the fast preview window now also shows the image numbers on top of the images. (This can be suppressed by pressing the alt button).
* Many more improvements and bug fixes under the hood: incorrect behaviour of photometric optimizer, fixed merging of projects with line control points, ...

2015.0 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: None

* stability and speed improvements
* new stitching engine
* new blender verdandi
* own camera and lens database
* preview window: new tool to add or remove control points
* automatic exposure stack detection when loading images,
* fine-tune and auto-estimate functions are now projection aware
* PTBatcherGUI: more options for end of process
* PTBatcherGUI now shows the thumbnails when searching for images in directories.

2014.0 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: 1 Deployment

* inherit many of the libpano improvements (of version 2.9.19)
* the translation plane variables Tpy and Tpp have been added to the GUI (better support for translation parameter, e.g. for nadir images, also pano with translation parameters can now rotated)
* improvement of the GPU remapping code (bug fixes in the glue code, added some missing GPU transformation, now also fisheye lenses are supported by GPU code)
* better support for line control point in Control points tab (it still requires that the same image is displayed left and right for full features, but also better support for line control points above several images)
* obsolete programs matchpoint, nona_gui and PTBatcher have been removed
* outdated translation have been removed from the default install
* initialize the colour balance values during loading with EXIF values (this information is only stored and decoded by some cameras (mainly models by Panasonic, Pentax, Olympus, Nikon))
* improved the assistant
* allow customization of exiftool command used to copy metadata to output images* new command line tools for CLI processing
** pto_mask: manipulate mask in project file
** pto_template: apply template to project file
** pto_move: move or copy project files with all associated images

2013.0 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2013.0.0, 2013.0rc2, 2013.0rc1, 2013.0beta1
Blueprints targeted: 1 Deployment

* Redesign of the User Interface: The User Interface now features a Simple, Advanced and Expert interface.
* New tools added:
   ** pto_var ( change image variables inside pto files)
   ** pto_lensstack (modify assigned lenses and stack in pto files)
   ** geocpset ( add geometric contraints for multirow panorama with featureless images)
* Completely rewritten internal helpfiles to reflect new User interface(s) and functionalities
* many bugfixes

2012.0 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: 1 Implemented

* Integration of lensfun library
* New tool in scripting: pto_gen
* Many bugfixes

2011.4 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2011.4.0, 2011.4rc1, 2011.4beta1
Blueprints targeted: 1 Implemented

* Vertical feature detector for automatic levelling of panoramas
* Bugfix release

2011.2 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: None

* New Lens Calibrator. A tool to calibrate lens correction parameters on the basis of reference shots containing straight lines.
* Hugin Scripting Interface (HSI). Access Hugin's functionality from Python
* Hugin Plugin Interface (HPI). Write Plugins in Python and run them within Hugin
* Hugin Batch Processor is the default GUI to control the stitching process, replace the primitive hugin_stitch_project

2011.0 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: None

* Main new feature: Overview in the Fast Preview (GSoC 2010 project).
* Improved cpfind for fisheye and wide angle images.
* New Gray Picker for color tuning.
* Extended functionality in align_image_stack for the alignment of stereo images.

2010.4 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: None

This is the first version of Hugin that can be considered feature-complete:
* Built-in patent-free control points generator
* Refactored Makefile library
* Improved unattended operation, interaction and functionality, reporting of stitching and system information
* New command line tools cpfind and icpfind
* Many libraries and build improvements
* Migration of issue trackers from SourceForge to Launchpad
* New visual identity, reorganized for easier editing in the future

2010.2 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: None

* New layout mode
* New Masking tool
* New Mosaics stitching mode
* Linked bracketing
* Sophisticated control point detection modes
* Support for new lens types
* Codebase migrated from Subversion to Mercurial

2010.0 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2010.0.0, 2010.0.0rc1
Blueprints targeted: None

* Improved usability, particularly of the fast preview
* autocrop
* deghosting in the GUI

2009.4 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 2009.4rc2, 2009.4.0, 2009.4rc1, 2009.4beta1
Blueprints targeted: None

Third and last release for 2009, still working through the backlog.
* automatic lens calibration (research tool as basis for future development)
* control point cleaning
* plenty of incremental improvements

2009.2 series Obsolete
Blueprints targeted: None

New naming scheme. Major version number is the year of release. Minor version number is the counter of releases during the year. Even minor numbers (starting with 0) are stable releases. Odd minor numbers are development releases. It was named 2009.2 because the first release in 2009 was 0.8

Blueprints targeted: None

The transitional release between the old release management style and the new release management style:
* old: add as many feature to a release as possible
* new: add features in small chunk, test, release, move on
* old: freeze development during release
* new: branch out releases to enable the integration branch (trunk/tip) to move forward any time. branch out development to prevent breaking the integration branch and enable release branching any time.

0.7 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 0.7, 0.7rc6, 0.7rc4, 0.7rc2, 0.7beta5, 0.7beta4, 0.7beta1
Blueprints targeted: None

Fourth known release from the project history on SourceForge, it had a protracted "release cycle" over two years.

0.6 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 0.6.1, 0.6
Blueprints targeted: None

The third known release from the project history on SourceForge

0.5 series Obsolete
Latest releases: 0.5, 0.5rc2, 0.5rc1
Blueprints targeted: None

the second known release from the projects history on SourceForge

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