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Ruby 1.9 compatible fork of ruby-gd, the C binding to the GD graphics library. http://rubyforge.org/projects/ruby-gd/
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= Ruby/GD 0.7.4 An extension library to use Thomas Boutell's gd graphics library from Ruby. You can create PNG, GIF or JPEG images with your Ruby script. Ruby/GD requires gd library with PNG support(i.e. the version 1.6 or later). See 'doc/INSTALL.en' for detail. The latest version is available from: http://kirara.prec.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~tam/GD/ Ruby/GD is formerly known as "GD", originally written and maintained by Yukihiro "matz" Matsumoto (email@example.com). From this release of 0.7.0, Ruby/GD is maintained by Ryuichi Tamura (firstname.lastname@example.org). == Changes from the version 0.7.4 * restored GIF I/O, provided by the gd-2.0.28 or later. == Changes from the version 0.6.2 * GIF I/O are no longer supported. You can use PNG I/O instead. * Support for API provided by the newest version of gd (gd-1.8.4). == Contents readme.en this file readme.ja Japanese version of this file extconf.rb ruby script generating Makefile for this extension library GD.c source file doc/INSTALL.en how to install (in English) doc/INSTALL.ja how to install (in Japanese) doc/manual.rd Reference manual written with RD format doc/manual.html manual converted into HTML sample/example.rb sample script to show the basic usage of Ruby/GD library sample/gdtestttf.rb translated Ruby script from gdtestttf.c sample/gdtestttf.png ./gdtestttf.rb > gdtestttf.png sample/webpng.rb translated Ruby script from webpng.c == Install see 'doc/INSTALL.en' == Reference see 'doc/manual.html' == Licence Ruby Library Licence == Maintainer Ryuichi Tamura (email@example.com) Bug reports, comments, suggestions to this maintainer are welcome, but ruby-talk mailing list would be the best place for discussion :-).