Tue Aug 13 12:27:02 NZST 2002
Surely there is a library that does what you're asking? (As far as I can
tell from your message, it is just an image viewer).
If you give a bit more background on the application you need performed at
the end, someone might be able to suggest something that will do what you
want, short of porting the library you have. For example, the ImageMagick
library (http://www.imagemagick.org/) does a lot of image processing and
display functions, and there could well be a viewer based on this that does
at least some of what you want.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Cree" <cree@p...>
> Is there someone on this list who is familiar with X-window programming
> would like to earn a little extra money (with emphasis on "little" - I
> have much money for the project) on developing some code.
> I have the source code to a C link library for displaying and managing the
> display of images. It is pretty limited at the moment: only works on 256
> colour displays, relies on openview library and CPU waits on its child
> process! I would like to see it working fully on 24bit (truecolour)
> display, use a freely available X toolkit library (e.g. glib and gtk) that
> is available for all of Solaris (sparc), Linux (i386) and Tru64 Unix
> (alpha), and use proper signalling between processes. Anyone capable and
> keen to give this a go? Contact me personally at the email address below
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