Does anyone have any recommendations for a decent non-X (ie,
svgalib) image viewer that supports TGA, PCX or any other non
compressed image format? The one's that I've tried, namely zgv,
spic, and seejpeg, all support jpeg and gif fine, however I'm
doing a lot of processing, and didn't want to waste time
compressing/decompressing images. As a result, I want to use
uncompressed image formats, specifically color mapped TGA files.
However, zgv doesn't support tga at all, seejpeg will only
display in HiColor mode (ie, 16k or 32k colors), and spic keeps
dying with an "Illegal instruction" error.
Before I delve into any of these with a de* (which also
means getting jpeg4 back onto my system), I thought I'd check and
see if anyone has any recommendations for a different viewer.
If worse comes to worse, I'll snag the Utah RLE stuff, and write
a getSVGA or somesuch.
Any pointers would be appreciated.
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