XMagick is a library written in C which allows integration of the ImageMagick library with any X application by providing functions which convert between the native X image format (XImage) and the native ImageMagick format (Image).
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Graphics Conversion|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The color allocation code was replaced with John Cwikla's XCC, which works better with PseudoColor.
Release Notes: The library has been updated to work with releases of ImageMagick greater than 5.5.0. It is also several times faster.
Release Notes: The library and accompanying examples have been updated to support ImageMagick 5.2.0.
Release Notes: A linear search for best match if XAllocColor fails (very useful for 8-bit displays), and manpages for library and functions.
Release Notes: The colour cache has been optimized for speed and XMagickRGBBits now determines how many bits are considered when allocating colours.