Kubuntu AMD-64 Linux: WHAT no graphics?

Ernst-Ludwig.Bohnen at t-online.de Ernst-Ludwig.Bohnen at t-online.de
Sun Oct 11 20:13:05 CEST 2009


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All I want to do is create a 432 pixel x 378
pixel image with over 2000
different 24-bit colors, all in a very
precise pattern, a fractal shape as a
matter of fact. In the time it
is taking me to find any programming
language that will let me do
this, I suppose I could do it manually with
a graphics editor,
although this would be somewhat tedious.
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David Bush

Hallo,
may be your problem can be solved quite simple by
using a GPC-unit which uses postscript and ghostscript
as the graphics backend (gs must be installed on your
system). Here is what you need for a test:

Compile these units whith GPC: 
http://www.desy.de/~bohnen/gpc/units1/gs_graphic.pas
http://www.desy.de/~bohnen/gpc/units1/base.pas

Compile and run a simple test:
http://www.desy.de/~bohnen/gpc/units1/test_gs_graphic.pas

This test works fine for:
 - openSUSE 10.3 2.6.22.19-0.4 (32-bit)
 - gpc version 20041218, based on gcc-3.3.4
 - Ghostscript 8.15.3 (2006-04-19)
 - Other conditions not testet

Hope that may help
Ernst-Ludwig








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