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Re: PhotoClip 0.2.3


From: Lloyd Dupont
Subject: Re: PhotoClip 0.2.3
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 16:02:32 +1000

mmhh..
I found it weird that an image manipulation program don't even have a screenshot on its main page ;-)

----- Original Message ----- From: "Vaisburd, Haim" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 3:23 PM
Subject: ANN: PhotoClip 0.2.3


Hello everybody,

After one and a half year of silence I'm happy to tell that this project
is still alive.

I have released the version 0.2.3 of PhotoClip.

PhotoClip is a simple image viewer and editor designed mostly
for digital camera pictures. I noticed that all my picture editing
is rediced to recomposition and than scaling the fragments to standard
size. It felt rather painful to do in Gimp and I though I can run
a program that would just do recomposition, but would do it well.

The version 0.2.3 is the first version that can actually do the job,
all previously announced attempts were just viewers.

New features.

1. I implemented the creation of new image from image fragment with
  rotation and scaling (diminishing only). Scaling takes subpixel
effects
  into account.

  However, this implementation is a mere workaround. I manupulate
  the bits myself instead of using AppKit drawing methods,
  but the manipulations those drawing methods led to the images I could
not
  save to file. Nevertheless, with this workaround I can make the
program
  actually work.

2. The file ring is rewritten to hold any paths (it used to hold just
one
  directory). Now you can open multiple files and directories, both
from
  the gui and command line.


The program was tested with art backend only and only on local X
Windows.
Rotation does not work in xlib backend.

More information at the website http://www.vaisburd.net/PhotoClip.
The source is located at
http://www.vaisburd.net/PhotoClip/PhotoClip-0.2.3.tar.gz

Please send bugs and comments to address@hidden

Thank you,
Tima.




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