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fast and light Imlib2-based image viewer
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feh - Imlib2 based image viewer ------------------------------- * <http://feh.finalrewind.org/> * <http://linuxbrit.co.uk/feh/> * #feh on irc.oftc.net Dependencies ------------ * Imlib2 * libcurl (disable with make curl=0) * libpng * libX11 * libXinerama (disable with make xinerama=0) If built with exif=1: * libexif-dev * libexif12 Recommended ----------- * jpegtran (supplied by the jpeg library, for lossless image rotation) * convert (supplied by ImageMagick, can be used to load unsuppoted formats) Installation ------------ $ make $ sudo make install ZSH Completion for feh is available at <http://git.finalrewind.org/zsh/plain/etc/completions/_feh> Make flags ---------- Use "make flag=bool", e.g. "make xinerama=0 debug=1" to disable Xinerama support and get a debug build. Available flags are: * cam (default 0) - install deprecated feh-cam und gen-cam-menu scripts * curl (default 1) - use libcurl to view http:// and similar images * debug (default 0) - debug build, enables --debug * exif (default 0) - Builtin EXIF tag display support * help (default 0) - include help text (refers to the manpage otherwise) * stat64 (default 0) - Support CIFS shares from 64bit hosts on 32bit machines * xinerama (default 1) - Support Xinerama/XRandR multiscreen setups So, by default libcurl and Xinerama are enabled, the rest is disabled. Note: config.mk is designed so that in most cases, you can set environment variables instead of editing it. E.g.: CFLAGS='-g -Os' make export DESTDIR=/tmp/feh PREFIX=/usr; make && make install Builtin EXIF support is maintained by Dennis Real, see <https://github.com/reald/feh>. Testing (non-X) --------------- $ make test Requires perl >= 5.10 with Test::Command. The tests are non-interactive and work without X, so they can safely be run even on a headless buildserver. Testing (X) ----------- Requires * import (usually supplied by imagemagick) * perl >= 5.10 with GD, Test::More and X11::GUITest * twm * Xephyr $ make test-x11 Be aware that this is quite experimental, so far the X-tests have only been run on one machine. So they may or may not work for you.