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June 2009

April 2009

The FreeImage Project

Distributions Note: The FreeImage distributions are compressed with Winzip. If you don't own WinZip, you can grab your own copy from http://www.winzip.com. Linux users can use unzip to uncompress this distribution. FreeImage Plugins JBIG reading / writing Read and write IBM JBIG files using FreeImage. Note: if you intend to use this plugin commercially you need to purchase a license for it. This is required because JBIG is a patented format. More information is available on http://www.ibm.com and http://www.jpeg.org. See also http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/jbigkit/patents.html PluginJBIG Source 3.2.0 Source distribution Source distribution includes source for FreeImage, C , C#, Delphi and VB6 wrappers, examples and the internally used libraries LibTIFF, LibJPEG, LibPNG, LibMNG, ZLib, OpenEXR and OpenJPEG. Download FreeImage 3.12.0 FreeImage DLL Binary distribution includes DLL, linkage LIB, header file, C , C#, Delphi and VB6 wrappers, and examples. Download FreeImage 3.12.0 [WIN32] FreeImage Documentation The documentation covers release 3.12.0 of the library. Download FreeImage3120.pdf

SourceForge.net: News: FreeImage 3.12.0 released

Posted By: drolon Date: 2009-04-15 15:13 Summary: FreeImage: 3.12.0 released FreeImage is an Open Source library project for developers who would like to support popular graphics image formats like PNG, BMP, JPEG, TIFF and others as needed by today's multimedia applications. FreeImage is easy to use, fast, multithreading safe, compatible with all 32-bit versions of Windows, and cross-platform (works both with Linux and Mac OS X). Thanks to it's ANSI C interface, FreeImage is usable in many languages including C, C , VB, C#, Delphi, Java and also in common scripting languages such as Perl, Python, PHP, TCL or Ruby. The library comes in two versions: a binary DLL distribution that can be linked against any WIN32 C/C compiler and a source distribution. Workspace files for Microsoft VS.Net 2003 and VS.Net 2005 are provided, as well as makefiles for Linux, Mac OS X and Solaris 9. What's new for FreeImage ? --------------------------- Release 3.12.0 is a maintenance release that brings several internal enhancements suggested by our users and also support for the PFM format. The library has been updated with the new libtiff (3.9.0), libpng (1.2.35) and OpenJPEG (1.3.0) libraries. FreeImage is also distributed with an updated C# wrapper. As usual, check the changes log for full details (especially for bug fixes) and check also the updated FreeImage documentation. Where can I find FreeImage ? ---------------------------- FreeImage can be downloaded from: http://freeimage.sourceforge.net

The FreeImage Project

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What is FreeImage? FreeImage is an Open Source library project for developers who would like to support popular graphics image formats like PNG, BMP, JPEG, TIFF and others as needed by today's multimedia applications. FreeImage is easy to use, fast, multithreading safe, compatible with all 32-bit versions of Windows, and cross-platform (works both with Linux and Mac OS X).

July 2008

Skolelinux: Infoside for utviklerne

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The Linux for School project "We have four years of experience using Linux with user applications in Nynorsk" says Bjarne Hugo Hansen, principle of Høle primary and secondary school. Nynorsk is one of the two main norwegian dialects, the other is Bokmål. "Our school saves at least NOK 128.000 (Norwegian kroner) a year, and we are able to use new software on old computers". Most of our computer park consist of old, donated computers from private companies. Bjerke high school with 370 pupils, has three and a half years of experience with thin clients and servers running Linux with KDE and StarOffice. They use a hardware-optimized solution with central server-administration. "Our school saves NOK 100.000 a year" says Gro Flaten, principal of Bjerke. July the 2nd 2001, an initiating meeting was summoned for the "Skolelinux" project (a project to create a Linux solution aimed at Norwegian schools. http://developer.skolelinux.no ). 13 out of 25 project participants met, which is good, considering that the participants live widely spread across Norway. The project's objective was discussed, and the Debian distribution was chosen as a base platform because Petter Reinholdtsen, who knows the Debian distribution well, volunteered to build the new "Skolelinux" distribution. Eivind Trondsen, Linux evangelist from IBM Norway, offered a build computer and development site for a couple of summer months. The objective we agreed on is: The "Skolelinux" project shall provide Norwegian user applications in the two norwegian dialects, Nynorsk and Bokmål, and in the Sami language.

December 2007

Zope.org

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Welcome to Zope.org The Web Site for the Zope Community Zope is an open source application server for building content management systems, intranets, portals, and custom applications. The Zope community consists of hundreds of companies and thousands of developers all over the world, working on building the platform and Zope applications. Zope is written in Python, a highly-productive, object-oriented scripting language. more

October 2007

Little Wizard's Home Page

Little Wizard is a development environment for children. It is intended to be used by primary school children to learn about the main elements of real computer languages. Using only the mouse, children can explore programming concepts such as variables, expressions, loops, conditions, and logical blocks. Every element of the language is represented by an intuitive icon, making it easy to learn. Little Wizard works under Linux and Windows 2000/XP.

June 2007

Ubuntu Participate

Get Involved The Ubuntu community consist of individuals and teams, working on different aspects of the distribution, giving advice and technical support, and helping to promote Ubuntu to a wider audience.