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A collection of GIF utilities. One strips extra bytes from the end of GIFs. Another is a GIF lister similiar to UNIX ls. And a third compares GIFs.
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A collection of GIF utilities. One strips extra bytes from the end of GIFs. Another is a GIF lister similiar to UNIX ls. And a third compares GIFs.
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Contents of the README file


Release 1.1 of the GIFKIT by James W. Birdsall
11/16/89
Copyright (c) 1989 by James W. Birdsall; All Rights Reserved
GIF and "Graphic Interchange Format" are trademarks (tm) of
Compuserve, Inc., and H&R Block company.

This release of the GIFKIT contains GIFLS, GIFSTRIP, and GIFCOLOR, three
utilities for the analysis and manipulation of GIF files which I wrote
originally because I needed them. Since then, I have polished them
sufficiently for release.

THESE PROGRAMS ARE NOT PUBLIC DOMAIN. THEY ARE SHAREWARE. You may use
them with no obligation for a week; thereafter, you should register with
me for a nominal fee ($5.00). The GIFKIT may be distributed freely so long
as it is not modified. There is no warranty on these programs. They
and any associated documentation are provided strictly as-is.

These programs are written in C. Hardware- and OS-dependent routines are
isolated in separate files. Hence, these programs are reasonably portable.
Source code will be released ONLY to registered users under the following
conditions:

1) if the user wishes to port the GIFKIT to another platform. Source
code for MS-DOS and UNIX systems is already available. In this case, the
user should be prepared to give me a copy of the new source once the port
is completed.

2) if any of the programs in GIFKIT fails on hardware that is supposedly
compatible with platforms already supported. [Don't laugh -- this happened
to me. Somebody's program worked on all CGA clones but crashed on my true
IBM CGA.]

In circumstances other than these, I would prefer to do any and all
modifications of the programs myself. If I'm going to be blamed for mistakes
in these programs, I'd like the mistakes to be mine. However, if you think
you have a good reason for wanting the source code, talk to me about it.

--James W. Birdsall
Contact me at these addresses:

CompuServe: 71261,1731
BITNET: [email protected]
Internet: [email protected]
US mail: 504 Edwards Hall
Princeton University
Princeton NJ 08544


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