Re: Q: uploading revisions
a bunch of people wrote:
> > > I got a tip to use ImageMagick from Christian Leutloff
> > > <firstname.lastname@example.org> . Apparantly you can get a free one that
> > > does not use the compression algorithm. (deb package)
> > The free version (i.e., the version in the Debian main distribution)
> > does not support GIFs.
> It supports GIF reading and writing, but write is uncompressed with the free version.
> It can read compressed GIFs too (the decompression algorithm is not patented).
> Installing libmagick-lzw instead of libmagick just adds compression on write.
Yes , I installed the free version, it seems to work quite nicely on
gifs , the conversion is easier than with netpbm ( I had to strip the
color 'none' first with a perl script. Maybe IM will handle it) And I
don't have to search for the correct combos of filters to do the
conversion. One program for all. Plus a library. Plus the perl interface
to the library is already written. If I ever have time, I'll make the
move in my code.
Re: perl-tk I'll have to check out the ppm's again, I can't even
remember what error it gave me.
G John Lapeyre <email@example.com>
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