The Apache PDFBox community is pleased to announce the release of
Apache PDFBox JBIG2 ImageIO plugin version 3.0.1. The release is
available for download at:

See the full release notes below for details about this release.

Release Notes -- Apache JBIG2 ImageIO -- Version 3.0.1


The Java ImageIO plugin for JBIG2 enables access to images encoded using the 
image compression standard. This component is part of the Apache PDFBox® 

This is an incremental bugfix release based on the earlier 3.0.0 release. It contains
a fix and a small improvement.

For more details on all fixes and improvements included in this release, please refer
to the following issues on the PDFBox issue tracker at


[PDFBOX-4211] - Some text is missing in JBIG2 images


[PDFBOX-4142] - Don't use md5 checksum due to changes to the release distribuition policy

Release Contents

This release consists of a single source archive packaged as a zip file.
The archive can be unpacked with the jar tool from your JDK installation.
See the file for instructions on how to build this release.

The source archive is accompanied by SHA1 and MD5 checksums and a PGP
signature that you can use to verify the authenticity of your download.
The public key used for the PGP signature can be found at

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