Transparency is a small, specialized tool for transparent PNG processing on the command line. It focuses on typical tasks for Web design. In the spirit of ImageMagick, it provides special extensions such as conversion of white to transparency, and the preparation of transparent PNGs for perfect GIF export (i.e., "partial" application of the alpha channel).
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: gcc 4.0 compilation was still broken for some people; this version should fix that.
Release Notes: The code was fixed to compile with gcc 4.0.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed so the code now compiles with gcc 3.4+ again. Furthermore, a pre-release version of Erwin is used that contains fixes for 64-bit machines, so x86_64 should also work now.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed to make paletted PNGs load correctly. A GIF encoder was added, and a pre-release version with a bug in that encoder was fixed (it produced broken GIF files for all images with more than 128 colours). Image cropping was added.
Release Notes: A bug in v_char.cpp that caused compilation fail on some machines has been fixed.