Re: btanks and stormbaancoureur
2008/1/8, Miriam Ruiz <email@example.com>:
> 2008/1/8, Paul Wise <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > <pabs> I'm also wondering where btanks.sng came from
> > <bdefreese> No idea, that was before my time :-)
> > <pabs> looks like a modified version of
> > http://btanks.sourceforge.net/blog/wp-content/themes/btanks/images/btanks_logo.jpg
> > * pabs doesn't see any licence on that
> The .sng was created by me, although I don't remember if I was finally
> using it or not.
Just for clarification: About SNG:
SNG (Scriptable Network Graphics) is a minilanguage designed
specifically to represent the entire contents of a PNG (Portable
Network Graphics) file in an editable form. Thus, SNGs representing
elaborate graphics images and ancillary chunk data can be readily
generated or modified using only text tools.
SNG is implemented by a compiler/decompiler called sng that losslessly
translates between SNG and PNG.
As most of the people already know, you cannot add binary stuff to the
.diff files in Debian packages, so you have to develop some way for
converting it to and from text there. The traditional way is to use
uuencode/uudecode, but for PNG graphics it seems to be more logical to
use SNG. That icon was developed in order to add a PNG icon to the