PC GRAPHIC FILE FORMATS

Harry Mangalam mangalam at uci.edu
Fri May 6 15:24:11 EST 1994


In article <9405061916.AA17394 at gsbs18.gs.uth.tmc.edu>,
zharkikh at GSBS18.GS.UTH.TMC.EDU wrote:

and if you want working code examples for most graphics formats (heavy on
the unix, light on Mac and PC), try ftp.sdsc.edu in
/pub/sdsc/graphics/imtools/[machine_architecture]/imtools || libsdsc

You'd better be serious though, because there's about 11MB of code and src.
 You can del the binaries, of course because they won't be of any use on a
PC, but the source also takes up a lot of space.  SDSC usually does a good
job on documenting it's code though, and there's a huge postscript doc
file.
-- 

Harry Mangalam, VCO/Micro+Mol Genetics, Irvine Hall, College of Medicine, 
UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, 92717, Vox:(714) 856-4824, Fax:(714) 725-2118,
mangalam at uci.edu

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midst of it all.   --- Doug and the Slugs ---




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