Release Notes: Gifview can now put a GIF (or an animated GIF) on the root window.
Release Notes: Optimization improvements, and fixed a memory corruption bug.
Release Notes: This version fixes several serious bugs introduced in 1.14. Gifview is now more powerful because it can now unoptimize or animate any GIF image.
Release Notes: This version is significantly faster than previous versions. There are also bug fixes and new options to turn off warnings.
Release Notes: This version includes ungif support: gifsicle can be configured to generate GIFs compressed by run-length encoding, not LZW, avoiding Unisys's patents. Some other improvements too.
Release Notes: In this version, gifview can use a private colormap or a preexisting window. With this feature, you can use gifview as a helper application to display animations in another application's windows. Also, gifsicle's exit values are more sensible.
Release Notes: This version adds a `--scale' option to complement `--resize'. Both resizing options now work flawlessly on animations (no off-by-one errors), and there are some other bugfixes too.
Release Notes: No user-visible changes for UNIX, but it should now compile out of the box on 32-bit Windows.