JHOVE 1.22 released

The Open Preservation Foundation (OPF) is pleased to announce that the production version of JHOVE 1.22 is now available to download.

JHOVE is an open source file format identification, validation and characterisation tool for digital preservation, and part of the OPF reference toolset.

The major new features of this release are the addition of error IDs and the separation of modules from the installation. There are now permanent and unique IDs for all JHOVE error and information messages. This means error catching need no longer be done by string matching.

The modules are now individually versioned and packaged so users can now select, keep and update modules as they choose. This has meant making changes to every one of JHOVE’s main modules.

Release notes

https://github.com/openpreserve/jhove/releases/latest.

Download JHOVE 1.22

http://software.openpreservation.org/rel/jhove-latest.jar.

Community Feedback

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who tested the release candidates. This feedback was addressed for this final version of JHOVE 1.22.

To report a bug or request a feature please add it to the JHOVE issue tracker on GitHub or contact us.

We are grateful to the OPF Product Board for their ongoing guidance in steering the development of JHOVE, and to everyone who has contributed to this release.

About JHOVE

JHOVE is maintained by the Open Preservation Foundation. JHOVE is open source, free to download, to use and to modify. However, it is not free to host, maintain, support or develop. JHOVE is one of the most widely-used digital preservation tools, but currently, only OPF members support JHOVE financially as part of their membership fees. If you use JHOVE, please consider supporting its development.

To keep up to date with future releases, and to hear about JHOVE training and events, subscribe to the JHOVE user mailing list.

By Charlotte Armstrong, posted in Charlotte Armstrong's Blog

18th Apr 2019  11:51 AM  1417 Reads  No comments