System Environment/Libraries

Hermes - Pixel format conversion library

HERMES is a library designed to convert a source buffer with a specified pixel
format to a destination buffer with possibly a different format at the maximum
possible speed.

On x86 and MMX architectures, handwritten assembler routines are taking over
the job and doing it lightning fast.

On top of that, HERMES provides fast surface clearing, stretching and some
dithering. Supported platforms are basically all that have an ANSI C compiler
as there is no platform specific code but those are supported: DOS, Win32
(Visual C), Linux, FreeBSD (IRIX, Solaris are on hold at the moment), some BeOS
License:LGPL Group:System Environment/Libraries


Name Version Release Type Size Built
Hermes 1.3.3 12.fc6 src 375 KiB Mon Aug 28 01:13:00 2006


* Mon Aug 28 18:00:00 2006 Hans de Goede <j{*}w{*}r{*}degoede{%}hhs{*}nl> 1.3.3-11
- FE6 Rebuild
* Sun Jul 23 18:00:00 2006 Hans de Goede <j{*}w{*}r{*}degoede{%}hhs{*}nl> 1.3.3-11
- Taking over as new maintainer
- Add a patch from Debian fixing some 64 bit issues and more importantly
  fix building with a recent toolchain.
- Fix some further 64 bit issues
- Remove static lib
- Add --disable-dependency-tracking, touch to fix the timestamp
  instead of BR: automake, autoconf
- Mark asm files as NOT needing execstack, making us OK with new default
  SELinux targeted policy settings.
* Sun Jul 2 18:00:00 2006 Thomas Vander Stichele <thomas at apestaart dot org>
- 1.3.3-10
- rebuilt for devel, for upgrade path

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