Lot of fixes for different issues (linux, windows, compilers, bugs) + misc cleaning. Added a README. This version requires eigen3 (http://eigen.tuxfamily.org)
This is a minor release for Opale, bringing some fixes (bugs, compilation issues, glitches) and updating translations (French, Italian).
- it's now possible to provide a title
- added lot of 'short-form' options
- some options have changed, check your scripts
- the wiki now has a documentation page describing integration with web interface and unit tests.
As usual, you can clone/update your repository, or download a tarball from the tab 'file', upthere.
This release focuses on providing most 'viewer' features. The changelog is as follow:
- selection using rubberband
- cropping ('c')
- auto-resize image when resizing the window
- resizing with n, m, M, a and 4 keybindings
- middle mouse button display information about the pixel under mouse
- added files README and COPYING, as requested by packagers
- usual bug fixes
Despite its name, this release does not bring any more feature, but fixes some important bugs (and, of course, other less important fixes/cleanups).
Les nouveautés de la 0.7 sont:Adapatation à la guerre des FOU:
- corrections des plantages dus aux nouvelles règles de guerre
- notifications des dépots et déplacements des boites à pets
- gestion du score syndical sous forme de valeur non entière
- les parts de marchés sont maintenant des points de marché
- notification des changement du classement MBL
- notification des changement de ligue MBL
- notification sur les variations du tas d'ordure
- les mises à jour de PyTiCroque n'étaient pas détectées correctement
- lorsqu'on quitte et qu'on relance PyTiCroque, plus de notifications pour des items déjà fabriqués depuis longtemps.
- correction du bug lorsqu'on fabrique des objets identiques
- bug fixes
- people can now browse the list of subscribers when allowed to by the list config
- mod_wsgi integration
- added a README and an example of local_config.py with documentation.
The main purpose of this release is to use PyQt instead of pygame for rendering, hence providing a more 'usual' interface with menus and toolbar. It is now possible to change the current object to one of the included polyhedra
Well... you know how it is, you get used to a tool, and even if some brand new software is now available, you keep on using this old stuff. In his case, i'm speaking of xv, whose last release was in 1994. It's still my default viewer for all image formats in my KDE/firefox/whatever settings.
So it's old, it's unmaintained, but there's something even worse : it's not Free Software. That's probably the reason nobody took off maintainance, by the way.
Because of all those reasons, most distributions do not ship it anymore, and that's a shame.
This project is about providing a key-to-key compatible image viewer, GPL, and maintained. Using a toolkit sush as Qt, it's not very difficult. The two main features are "Free Software" and "maintained". I use it everyday, trust me it will be maintained :-)
I'll also probably provide binaries for MacOS and Windows, because we basically have this for free thanks to Qt portability.
qxv is a single binary, and does not depend on any other files (despite, of course, dynamically linked libraries, whatever they are).The 0.1 release provide those features (all present in xv)
- create list of images from comand line
- those keys are handled the same way as xv : space(next image), backspace(previous image), enter(reload current image), ","(shrink), "."(grow), "<"(shrink a lot), ">"(grow a lot), "t"(rotate clockwise), "T"(rotate counterclockwise), q(quit), h(horizontal flip), v(vertical flip)
- basic control window (available by a right click on the main window)
You can get it from the "File" tab upthere, or using the mercurial repository if you know what this is.
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