VP (View Picture) is an SDL-based image viewer for Linux and FreeBSD that supports slideshows, fullscreen, zoom, and arbitrary movement through the image list.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Viewers|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux Mac OS X|
|Implementation||C SDL_image SDL|
Release Notes: Improvements for 64-bit platforms, updated RPM build files, and hinted window centering on X11-based displays.
Release Notes: The image count estimate was improved. The HTTP client has been updated to the 1.1 spec. The cursor is only hidden when in full-screen mode. Configure-time X prefix settings have been added. Possible buffer overflow issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: Flags for forcing display resolution and a "loud" flag were added. The "double flash" problem was fixed. A crash from an off-by-one error in the zooming code was fixed. Various other fixes were made for improved stability, performance, and correctness.
Release Notes: Changed name from iview to 'vp' for legal reasons, fixed fullscreen toggle, fixed timer restart bug, now uses getopt_long for parsing the command line, new 'sleep' parameter tells how long (in milliseconds) to wait between frames, manpage updated, Linux temp file name fixed for network loads, fixed 8b image zoom failure, and now attempts to match current resolution when going fullscreen.
Release Notes: The Xasync error is now realy fixed. Initial network support added.