Gpick - advanced color picker and palette editor.
Gpick is an application that allows you to sample any color from anywhere on the desktop, and use it to create palettes (i.e. collections of colors) for use in graphic design applications. Gpick also has other features that help in the creation of color palettes, such as:
- The ability to create a palette from an imported image
- Automatic naming of colors
- Color scheme generator
- Import and export from various file formats
Building from source
C++17 support is required. Compilation is currently only tested on following compilers:
- GCC 9.3 and 10.2.
- Clang 11.0.
CMake 3.12 or newer: build process management application (https://cmake.org/).
SCons 3.0 or newer: a software construction tool (http://www.scons.org).
Either CMake or SCons can be used. Package maintainers should use CMake, because SCons support is deprecated and will be removed at some point in the future.
Ragel 6.9 or newer: state machine compiler (http://www.colm.net/open-source/ragel).
GTK+ 3.0 (http://www.gtk.org).
GTK+ 2.24 (http://www.gtk.org).
Either GTK+ 3.x or GTK+ 2.x can be used.
Lua 5.4, 5.3 or 5.2 (http://www.lua.org).
Boost 1.71 or newer (http://www.boost.org). Used libraries:
- Test (only when building/running tests).
gettext (http://www.gnu.org/s/gettext). Required if ENABLE_NLS is enabled. Required by default.
mkdir build && cd build to create out-of-source build directory.
cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/local to prepare build files for installation to
make to compile all files.
make install to install executable and resources to
DESTDIR value is set by
scons to compile all files and place executable file in
scons install to install executable and resources to
DESTDIR. By default
ENABLE_NLS - compile with gettext support. Enabled by default.
USE_GTK3 - use GTK3 instead of GTK2. Enabled by default.
PREFER_VERSION_FILE - read version information from file instead of using GIT. Disabled by default. This option enables unconditional
.version file usage.
.version file is included in release source archives and is a simple text file containing the following information in four lines: major/minor version, revision, commit hash and commit date.