Zgv v1.3

Zgv v1.3

Post by Russell Mark » Thu, 25 Nov 1993 00:25:58



Zgv v1.3, a GIF and JPEG viewer that supports VGA/SVGA (only <=256-colour
for now :( ) uploaded to sunsite.unc.edu (and tsx-11.mit.edu, since they've
cleared the backlog); zgv gives you a file selection thingy, which you can
choose a file with, and navigate the dir. tree with, and stuff like that.

Well anyway, here's the lsm file for zgv:

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Begin2
Title        = Zgv GIF/JPEG graphic file viewer
Version      = 1.3
Desc1        = Zgv is a GIF and JPEG graphic file viewer for VGA and SVGA
Desc2        = displays. (It uses svgalib.) It provides a graphics-mode file
Desc3        = selector to select file(s) to view, and allows both panning
Desc4        = and fit-to-screen methods of viewing.
Author       = Russell Marks

Maintainer   = Russell Marks

Site1        = sunsite.unc.edu
Path1        = /pub/Linux/apps/graphics/viewers
File1        = zgv1.3-src.tar.gz
FileSize1    = 45870
Site2        = sunsite.unc.edu
Path2        = /pub/Linux/apps/graphics/viewers
File2        = zgv1.3-bin.tar.gz
FileSize2    = 147461
Required1    = VGA or SVGA display (note that X is *not* required)
Required2    = If compiling from source, svgalib 0.81 or greater is reqd.,
Required3    = as is the Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software v4 or above.
CopyPolicy1  = Freely distributable but copyrighted - similar to the GPL,
CopyPolicy2  = but not quite the same. See the README file for more details.
Keywords     = graphics GIF JPEG JFIF vgalib svgalib display
Comment1     = Zgv doesn't yet support 15/16/24-bit modes.
Comment2     = My email address is unlikely to work after May '94.
Entered      = 16NOV93
EnteredBy    = Russell Marks

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It's also on tsx-11.mit.edu in /pub/linux/{sources,binaries}/usr.bin.
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