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kreslitko is a simple environment for drawing graphics in X. Its main aim is to allow writing sequential code in C++ and it performs all event handling operations. It is also able to control running of your program by pressing buttons and filling text entries; it allows you to save drawings in xpm, png, and PostScript format.

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  •  18 Jun 2011 10:48

    Release Notes: It's now possible to hide the whole kreslitko. Vieport messages were added. The set_points function works for rectangles too. Buttons can be enabled and disabled. A polygon item was added.

    •  21 Jan 2010 11:18

      Release Notes: Qt 3 is now used. POSIX IPC is used instead of SystemV IPC, so there are no more timing issues. The number of shared memory segments was reduced to 1 (or 2 if a background image is used). PS quality was improved. Fonts and pixmaps are now resizable. Moving items are supported. Hashing can be used to quickly search for items. The actual size of a zoomed viewport can be obtained. A service area was added to control the viewport from GUI. A toggle button was added to fix the size of the content. Zooming in the viewport was added.

      •  07 May 2001 19:53

        Release Notes: This version is able to draw marks (such as crosses) with sizes given in pixels. Data transfer between client and server is now performed by the System V IPC Shared Memory. The class library K3D has been added, which is able to display 3D graphics using linear perspective. Kreslitko is now able to draw an ellipse.

        •  21 Dec 2000 14:50

          Release Notes: New features include oversized viewport (parameter to open_graphics), rastered objects, the ability to adjust pen thickness (set_pen_width), the ability to adjust displaying numbers using set_fp_format, and the redraw_area function. A trial application called grafeek was added. The libraries libpng, libXpm are now optional. If libgd-1.8.3 or newer is installed, the save_as_jpeg function is available. XPM and PNG pictures can now be displayed in the viewport.

          •  24 Oct 2000 18:47

            Release Notes: Initial announcement.


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