Sun Mar 15 02:11:00 GMT 2009
The libXpm-noX packages provide a version of the X.Org XPM image format
library that do NOT require the use of an X server. This library
can be used to read, process, and save XPM images, but all display
code has been removed, because that requires X. It is useful for
applications that need to manipulate XPM images, but are not themselves
This is a routine update and feature enhancement.
[[ compiled using gcc-3.4.4-999 ]]
This will most likely be the final libXpm-noX update for the
cygwin-1.5 distribution; future development will continue with
libXpm-noX-3.5.7-11 for cygwin-1.7.
CHANGES (since 3.5.6-1)
o Updated to latest upstream release
o Added libXpm.dll.a, libXpm.a, and libXpm.la
compatibility links in /usr/lib/noX/.
o Installed sample xpm files
o Modified simx.h and simx.c so that function signatures
match current Xlib.h and Xutil.h
o Added new sxpm-noX.exe program. This is a simple xpm viewer
that uses the cygXpm-noX_4.dll. It is used to demonstrate
that the noX library is working properly; the display code
is WinGDI-based, not X-based.
| Usage: sxpm-win [--bgcolor bg] [--zoom sc] [-hv] file.xpm
| -b, --bgcolor=bg desired background color in one of several
| formats, or wellknown color names. Formats
| include: #rrggbb, #rrrgggbbb, #rrrrggggbbbb,
| rgb:rrrr/gggg/bbbb, MediumPurple4, Gray85, ...
| This only matters with transparent images.
| -z, --zoom=sc desired scale (must be 1 or larger integer)
| -h, --help display this help
| -v, --verbose display XPM information
| Press Q, Esc or mouse button 1 (within image window, after image
| is displayed) to quit.
For example, try:
sxpm-noX --zoom 8 --bgcolor darkblue \
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To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link
on the http://cygwin.com/ web page. This downloads setup.exe to
your system. Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.
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