Graphical fractal generator
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CondVar.cpp
CondVar.h
Config.cpp
Config.h
Exception.h
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Makefile
Mutex.cpp
Mutex.h
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RenderThread.cpp
RenderThread.h
Runnable.h
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Thread.cpp
Thread.h
Tool.cpp
Tool.h
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WorkQueue.cpp
WorkQueue.h
attr_dlg.cpp
attr_dlg.h
color.cpp
color.h
color_dlg.cpp
color_dlg.h
externs.h
fractal.cpp
fractal.h
gfract.xpm
globals.cpp
image_info.cpp
image_info.h
main.cpp
main.h
make_palettes.py
mandel_icon.png
misc.cpp
misc.h
my_png.cpp
my_png.h
pal_rot_dlg.cpp
pal_rot_dlg.h
palette.cpp
palette.h
palette_internal.h
timer.cpp
timer.h
version.h

README

Gfract is a GTK-based fractal program that currently implements the
standard Mandelbrot and Julia sets. It features infinite image size with
infinite anti-aliasing if you have the memory for it (well, at least 2^31
x 2^31 image sizes), Julia instant preview mode, user-specified coloring
algorithms and PNG support. For palette files it uses the same format as
Fractint does, except that it supports arbitraly large palettes.

For install instructions see the INSTALL file.

Note: there's an OpenBSD port available at
http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/ports/graphics/gfract/.

Osku Salerma
http://www.oskusoft.com/osku/gfract/