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FreeRDP is a free remote desktop protocol client

Merge pull request #2428 from akallabeth/ios_color_fix

Fixed bitmap context for 15bit color depth
latest commit 7db6a13b6c
Martin Fleisz mfleisz authored
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channels channels/smartcard: fix SCardTransmit return encoding with pioRecvPci
ci/cmake-preloads ci: update os x preload
client Fixed bitmap context for 15bit color depth
cmake wtsapi: add TestWtsApiExtra
docs channels: patch rdpdr/smartcard valgrind leaks, fix hang on disconnect
external cmake: added external directory
include libfreerdp-core: fix BIO leaks
libfreerdp Merge pull request #2416 from zavadovsky/transport_dead_end_fix
packaging pkg/rpm: fix changelog order
rdtk rdtk/shadow: install libraries versioned
resources Recompressed images with FileOptimizer 6.8 (an open-source mass file …
scripts Added version check for astyle, versions below 2.03 indent extern "C"…
server Fixes some build issues on Solaris 11.
third-party build: cmake 3.1 compatibility
winpr winpr/asn1: add ASN1_Decode stub
.gitignore gitignore: ignore clion files
CMakeCPack.cmake cmake: fix package generation on Mac OS X cmake: fix package generation on Mac OS X
CMakeLists.txt Fixes warning D9025 with NMake
ChangeLog changelog: update for 1.0.1 cmake: export to different directory, export more build info
LICENSE FreeRDP 1.0: initial commit
README Updated links in README Fixes Solaris bus error on sparc. update and improve pkg-config files update and improve pkg-config files


FreeRDP: A Remote Desktop Protocol Implementation

FreeRDP is a free implementation of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), released under the Apache license.
Enjoy the freedom of using your software wherever you want, the way you want it, in a world where
interoperability can finally liberate your computing experience.


Project website:
Issue tracker:
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API doc:

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Microsoft Open Specifications

Information regarding the Microsoft Open Specifications can be found at:

A list of reference documentation is maintained here:


Instructions on how to get started compiling FreeRDP can be found on the wiki:

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