Bug#119405: ITP: fblogo -- converts tif to framebuffer-logo header file
Matt Zimmerman (email@example.com) wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 09:31:23AM +0100, Gordon Fraser wrote:
> > * Package name : fblogo
> > Version : 0.1
> > Upstream Author : Daniel Vedøy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > * URL : http://home.sol.no/~dvedoy/
> > * License : GPL
> > Description : converts tif to framebuffer-logo header file
> > fblogo takes a tif image as input and generates an appropriate linux_logo.h
> > which can simply be included in the kernel. It will be displayed when the
> > framebuffer device is enabled. You can also use it to generate full screen
> > splash screens for the Linux Progress Patch.
> > I have updated it so that it works with recent kernel versions.
> It would be useful if fblogo would read PNM, rather than TIFF, as a lowest
> common denominator format. This would make it easy to convert any image to
> the appropriate format with the help of netpbm.
I have modified it to use ImageMagick's ImageRead-Function, now it can
use any image format supported by ImageMagick - including pnm and tif.
(It used ImageMagick before too, but libtiff to read the image)
email@example.com Hey! It compiles! Ship it!