LittleCMS 2.1 released with support for duotone and fixes
The first update (download it here) to the new stable version of color management module called LittleCMS is out with bugfixes and minor new features. LCMS is used in most free color-managed applications such as GIMP, Inkscape and Scribus.
Two most important new features are full support for Delphi (every single function in the LCMS API is now accesible) and support for duotone. The project was also reviewed for security vulnerabilities, so it's a really good idea to upgrade. And of course there was quite a bit of bugfixing.
The new stable version, 2.0, was released only this May, so it hasn't made its way to all main Linux distributions yet. However it's already used in various applications: Scribus 1.5.0svn and separate+ optionally support it, Photivo and development versions of GNOME Color Manager and darktable have a hard dependency on it.