FITS contains better handling of XML and HTML files. Also resolved are cases where TIFF files did not properly have MIX metadata extracted for certain camera formats (Hasselblad, Sinar, and possibly others). The Linux shell scripts now resolve symlinks before loading relative paths.
FITS Service now externalizes configuration values for maximum file upload size and other values, better logging of errors, and other minor fixes.
We are pleased to announce a major FITS release. This release includes support for processing various word processing file types including .doc, .docx, .epub, .odt, .pdf, .rtf, and .wpd. Included are updates of normalized MIME types for supported video formats. There are also several bug fixes and performance enhancements. Read more about FITS 1.0.0 and FITS Service 1.1.2 Released
We are pleased to announce a bug fix and minor video enhancement release of FITS. This has been added to the significant architectural upgrade which was incorporated into the release of FITS 0.9.0. See the release notes on the FITS GitHub site for details.
FITS Web Service, a web application that can provide FITS as a service, has been refactored and incorporated into the FITS website. This release has removed all duplicate FITS code from the FITS Web Service code base. A deployed FITS on the file system is required to use the FITS Web Service. This release is meant to work with FITS 0.9.0 and later versions. The web application (WAR file) can be obtained from the downloads page. Read more about FITS Web Service Project Release
There have been numerous changes to FITS since the previous 0.8.10 release. A majority of these changes have been changes to the internals of the code base. The code has be refactored so that Java-based tools can have their JAR files (and possibly configuration files) isolated within their own class loader so that classes of the same name but possibly different versions will not interfere with each other.Read more about FITS 0.9.0 Release
Thanks to the generous support for Harvard's long term preservation initiative by the Arcadia Fund, the first official release of FITS with video support using the MediaInfo tool is now available. FITS now includes MediaInfo output in standard FITS XML, and also optionally creates standards based metadata output based on the EBUCore technical metadata schema.