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Version 6.7.1

Release Date: 2016.11.14

6.7.1 is a major release. Please see What's New for the changes that affect all platforms, including iOS.

The framework now ships as a dynamic framework. (A static version is still also included.) The dynamic framework simplifies integration, improves compile (linking) time and enables smaller app updates. Please see the transition guide Static to Dynamic Library Migration Guide, also included in the download package, for moving from the static library to the dynamic library.

A bitcode version of the SDK is available license holders, but is not included in the standard download. If you you require a bitcode version of the SDK, please contact us at support@pdftron.com.

Framework changes:

Tools Library changes:

  • The tools now ship as a dynamic library (the Xcode project can still be used to compile a static library if you wish). The dynamic library is convenient because it automatically includes all of the headers and resource files (images and strings) that it requires.
  • The tools have been updated to no longer use any classes deprecated in iOS 9 or earlier.
  • The framework now includes an umbrella header, tools.h, so using #import <Tools/Tools.h> gives access to the entire library.
  • The selector showMenu has been changed to showSelectionMenu to avoid a new conflict with an Apple private API which on occasion caused an app store submission to be rejected.
  • Projects will need to import AVKit for the new movie player.
  • The tools source code has been converted to modern Obj-C syntax. If you have customized the tools, and are using a text diff to merge changes, we recommend using Xcode's conversion (Edit->Convert->To Modern Objective-C Syntax) before performing the diff.

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