Jungerl changes: autoconf mods, gd1_drv driver
Scott Lystig Fritchie
Wed May 14 19:10:56 CEST 2003
>>>>> "p" == <peter@REDACTED> writes:
p> I had a look at gif-1.0 in the user contrib page, but that supported
p> only an early version on gd (the one that supported gifs).
GIF support was removed from GD a while ago due to patent
encumberance. It now supports PNG, JPEG, XPM (limited, I think), and
a couple of internal-use-only formats.
p> Does gd1_drv suppport all functions in the latest version of gd?
I confess that I have not taken a look at the 2.x branch to see what
new stuff has been added or if any of the "old" functions have had
their signatures or semantics change. A quick look at the GD
announcements suggests that 2.0.12 added, "clipping, antialiased line
drawing, character set specification for freetype, optional
specification of PNG compression level...."
gd1_drv supports GD version 1.8.4, the last in the 1.x branch. Here's
a list of functions it supports:
gdImageArc gdImageBlue gdImageBoundsSafe gdImageChar gdImageCharUp
gdImageColorAllocate gdImageColorClosest gdImageColorDeallocate
gdImageColorExact gdImageColorResolve gdImageColorTransparent
gdImageColorsTotal gdImageCompare gdImageCopy gdImageCopyMerge
gdImageCopyMergeGray gdImageCopyResized gdImageCreate
gdImageCreateFromGd gdImageCreateFromGd2 gdImageCreateFromGd2Part
gdImageCreateFromJpeg gdImageCreateFromPng gdImageCreateFromXpm
gdImageDestroy gdImageFill gdImageFillToBorder gdImageFilledPolygon
gdImageFilledRectangle gdImageGd gdImageGd2 gdImageGd2Ptr gdImageGdPtr
gdImageGetInterlaced gdImageGetPixel gdImageGetTransparent
gdImageGreen gdImageInterlace gdImageJpeg gdImageJpegFILE
gdImageJpegPtr gdImageLine gdImagePaletteCopy gdImagePng
gdImagePngFILE gdImagePngPtr gdImagePolygon gdImageRectangle
gdImageRed gdImageSX gdImageSY gdImageSetBrush gdImageSetPixel
gdImageSetStyle gdImageSetTile gdImageString gdImageStringUp
gdImageWBMP gdImageWBMPPtr getFontPtr
If anyone wants support for version 2.x, let me know. Otherwise, I
don't have immediate plans to look at it.
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