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KSquirrel

   0.8.0  

KDE Graphic Viewer

Score 83%
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  23034
Submitted:  Apr 29 2004
Updated:  Jun 24 2010

Description:

WARNING: Ksquirrel needs maintainer and someone who will port it to KDE4.

KSquirrel is an image viewer for KDE implementing OpenGL.

Features:
* dynamic format support (~ 50 image formats)
* customizable filters
* external tools
* file tree
* thumbnails, extended thumbnails
* KIPI support
* KEXIF support
* list view, icon view, detailed view, thumbnail view
* archive support
* view of currently mounted partitions
* flexible options
* slidedshow
* preview window
* opera-like tabs
* Konqueror integration

KSquirrel is the first viewer for KDE widely supporting such a quantity of formats, including Photoshop PSD, X cursors, animated GIF, WMF, SVG, DXF, JPEG2000 and APNG.

The detailed information, format of libraries with examples, screenshots you can find visiting web page http:// ksquirrel.sourceforge.net/

** Important: You should have video drivers installed (means hardware-accelerated OpenGL support).

At this time KSquirrel supports 57 image formats.




Changelog:

ksquirrel-0.8.0 and ksquirrel-libs-0.8.0
****************************************
* new runtime options:
--nodirectorybasket
--noimagebasket
--nocategories
--nomountview
* added Konqueror intergation module
* added printing feature in image window
* added codec manager, which will allow to
enable/disable image codecs (requires root password)
* fixed licensing issues in source code
* fixed MIME types in .desktop files
* time counting in image window is more fair

ksquirrel-libs:
* added EPS, PSP
* bugfix in PNM decoder on P3 PNMs
* bugfix in CAMERA codec, when KSquirrel couldn't open raw fotos



License:
GPL, LGPL

(Download page)
(Screenshots)
(KSquirrel sources)
(ksquirrel-libs sources [required])
(Both KSquirrel and libs in one package)
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 Why OpenGL?

 
 by Remenic on: Apr 30 2004
 
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Could anyone perhaps tell me what the advantage is of using OpenGL for displaying still images?


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 Re: Why OpenGL?

 
 by przemek on: May 1 2004
 
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The only one thing I know is possibility of very fast and smooth scaling of the image. But there are many disadvantages like image size limit - usually max 1024x1024 in modern cards. Unless you do tricks with dividing the image into several textures. The other problem is probably significant increase of amount of time needed to load the image and create the GL texture. I need to test this program cause I am curious how it works.


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 Re: Re: Why OpenGL?

 
 by CKulT on: May 2 2004
 
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works fine (glTexImage2D takes some msec. :) ) even with big images, but I am broken how to show image line-by-line.


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 Re: Re: Why OpenGL?

 
 by wsippel on: Nov 21 2004
 
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If I'm not all mistaken, most modern graphic chips support at least 4096x4096 texture resolution...


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 Can't compile

 
 by moon115 on: May 1 2004
 
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SuSE 9.0,
"./configure --prefix=/opt/kde3"
shows no error but "make" errors out
apparantly looking for aclocal-1.4, I've got a /usr/share/aclocal-1.8/ directory and /usr/bin/aclocal-1.8
I can see automake problems on the horizon (once this is solved)


Any Ideas


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 Re: Can't compile

 
 by CKulT on: May 2 2004
 
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maybe aclocal&&autoconf&&automake before ./configure ?

or Distclean/RebuildAll from KDevelop


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 !

 
 by CKulT on: May 16 2004
 
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Please write your wishes and opinions!


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 Re: !

 
 by aewyn on: May 20 2004
 
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- binary pack., please
- thumbnails?
- thumbnail view with file size and with picture size info

thanks!


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 Re: Re: !

 
 by CKulT on: May 21 2004
 
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>>thumbnails

it's hard to code it at this time :(


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 SUSE RPMs available

 
 by loki on: Nov 21 2004
 
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Someone asked for binary packages ? ;)

I just built RPMs for SUSE Linux (9.1 and 9.2).
They're available on my SUSE RPM site, here:
http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-guru/rpm/packages/Multimedia/ksquirrel/

(actually they will be available at around 06:00 AM tomorrow (Nov 22) GMT+1, it's after the nightly sync)


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 Re: SUSE RPMs available

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 21 2004
 
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thank you, loki !


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 Re: Re: SUSE RPMs av

 
 by loki on: Nov 21 2004
 
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There's a weird issue with ksquirrel though, that has been reported to me by some users who installed my package:
on startup, it gives an error "The file or folder /usr/lib/squirrel does not exist."

Now, first of all, ksquirrel should use /opt/kde3/lib as its library prefix, even more because I explicitely specify --libdir=/opt/kde3/lib to ./configure.

But the strangest part is that ksquirrel actually doesn't even seem to have its own lib directory.

Could you clarify this please, as I don't have the time to track it down in the sources myself ?
(do you prefer a bug report on SF ?)


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 Re: Re: Re: SUSE RPMs av

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 23 2004
 
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it's not an error


By default ksquirrel-libs package is installed into /usr/lib/squirrel/. And ksquirrel does NOT depend on ksquirrel-libs. So, this warning in only KDirLister warning, that directory doesn't exist.
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 compile problem

 
 by salahuddin66 on: Nov 21 2004
 
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hello

i am using slackware 10.0
kde 3.2

./configure is oky
but when i give make some times later it shows

" -MF ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Tpo" -c -o sq_archivehandler.o sq_archivehandler.cpp; \
then mv -f ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Tpo" ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Po"; else rm -f ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
sq_archivehandler.cpp: In member function `bool SQ_ArchiveHandler::unpack()':
sq_archivehandler.cpp:156: error: exception handling disabled, use -fexceptions
to enable
make[2]: *** [sq_archivehandler.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/salahuddin/del/ksquirrel-0.5.0/ksquirrel'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/salahuddin/del/ksquirrel-0.5.0'
make: *** [all] Error 2
salahuddin@localhost:~/del/ksquirrel-0.5.0$
"


i have used kde 3.3 but after upgrade kernel 2.6.7, kde 3.3 and other lib update my kde crash often so (& i have exam now-a days) i back to kde 3.2 default comes with slackware

after fnish exam i will back to kde 3.3

is there any way to compile it in kde 3.2

thanx

but after my


-salahuddin_66
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 Re: compile problem

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 21 2004
 
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edit sq_archivehandler.cpp


try to replace

try{
adir->copyTo(fullextractedir);
}
catch(...)
{}

with

adir->copyTo(fullextractedir);

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 Re: Re: compile prob

 
 by salahuddin66 on: Nov 24 2004
 
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now i have upgraded to kde 3.3.3 but it still give me this err

and after edit the cpp file give another err

exceptions -fno-check-new -fno-common -MT sq_archivehandler.o -MD -MP -MF ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Tpo" -c -o sq_archivehandler.o sq_archivehandler.cpp; \
then mv -f ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Tpo" ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Po"; else rm -f ".deps/sq_archivehandler.Tpo"; exit 1; fi
sq_archivehandler.cpp: In member function `bool SQ_ArchiveHandler::unpack()':
sq_archivehandler.cpp:153: error: `fullextractedir' undeclared (first use this
function)
sq_archivehandler.cpp:153: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in.)
make[2]: *** [sq_archivehandler.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/salahuddin/del/ksquirrel-0.5.0/ksquirrel'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/salahuddin/del/ksquirrel-0.5.0'
make: *** [all] Error 2
salahuddin@salahuddin:~/del/ksquirrel-0.5.0$


-salahuddin_66
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 Re: Re: Re: compile prob

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 24 2004
 
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:)


adir->copyTo(fullextracteddir);
^

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: comp

 
 by salahuddin66 on: Nov 25 2004
 
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compile & install but missing libs

when i start apps then shows
"The file or folder /usr/lib/squirrel does not exist." :(

any soloution

thanx


-salahuddin_66
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: comp

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 25 2004
 
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:)


KSquirrel consists of 2 parts - the main program (ksquirrel) and libraries (ksquirrel-libs). By default libs will be copied in /usr/lib/squirrel/, and ksquirrel's binary doesn't depend on ksquirrel-li
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: comp

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 25 2004
 
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KSquirrel consists of 2 parts - the main program (ksquirrel) and libraries (ksquirrel-libs). By default libs will be copied in /usr/lib/squirrel/, and ksquirrel's binary doesn't depend on ksquirrel-li

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: comp

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 26 2004
 
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KSquirrel consists of 2 parts - the main program (ksquirrel) and libraries (ksquirrel-libs). By default libs will be copied in /usr/lib/squirrel/, and ksquirrel's binary doesn't depend on ksquirrel-libs. So you should install ksquirrel-libs (before ksquirrel, or after - as you want). Also you can setup directory with libraries through 'Options'.


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 Re: compile problem

 
 by vampares on: Nov 24 2004
 
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Exception handling is the way c++ deals with situations like errors and missing libs and such. The exception insures the program stops so that the problem can be dealt with before incomplete results are processed.

When you run configure add -fexceptions to your cxxflags. Kde and qt do not ordinarily use exceptions.


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 Yet another...?

 
 by vdboor on: Nov 30 2004
 
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I'm curious, and sorry for my rant, but why another image viewer? We have so many right now... too many imho

Each one tries to solve problems of the other, but starts having it's own problems the original app adressed (have been looking for a quote from Linus here, but didn't find it)


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 Re: Yet another...?

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 30 2004
 
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Not so far ago I had a section named "Why?" on ksquirrel.sf.net. I found TOO many problems in existing viewers. In general, they use imlib or QImage::load. Imlib has really many problems with decoding (bmp 32bit, tga rle, etc.) QImage::load supports only basic formats. KSquirrel loads images line-by-line and manupulates them very fast (thanks OpenGL). I'm sure 0.5.0-final will have about 20 decoders and will support animated GIF's. Anyway, if you found a bug - send me a bug report. I'll try to fix it. You can also send me wishes and solutions ...

Regards, CKulT.


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 Re: Re: Yet another...?

 
 by CKulT on: Nov 30 2004
 
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Real problem: I have about 10 Mb tga textures. No one viewer was able to show them properly! Awful!


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 Re: Re: Re: Yet another...?

 
 by smileaf on: Feb 4 2005
 
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Not to say KSquirrel isn't nice.. but
If you found problems with other programs.. why not try and fix them? that is a major advantage with opensource applications. If everyone goes their own direction just because another person's program doesn't do what they want it to, then what is the purpose for any application being open source if no one is going to look at the code?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Yet another...?

 
 by mdriftmeyer on: Feb 4 2005
 
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I believe he outlined his reasoning quite succinctly.

Unless of course you think he can convince another image viewer to add OpenGL support to render and break past the limitations of imlib or Qt's image libraries?

He chose a route accessible and freely available.

To me that is intelligent.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Yet another...?

 
 by smileaf on: Feb 4 2005
 
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who said anything about just helping that 1 image program?
Why not work on imlib? help _every_ image viewer that uses it?


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