XImaging is a miltithreaded image viewer for Unix and alike platforms designed with simplicity and usability in mind. The application is comprised of two components, a browser that displays miniature previews of images within a directory, and a viewer that can be used to view images in full size as well as zoom in and out, scroll and rotate them.
Basic file management functions, copy, move and delete, are accessible from the browser as well as the viewer, so images can be organized quickly. A custom tool for editing may be called up for the currently viewed/selected image. XImaging is fully customizable using X resources.
The user interface is built upon the native Unix/X11 Motif toolkit, which features small footprint, speed and customizability. Optionally the application may be built with Common Desktop Environment/ToolTalk support.
XImaging is free, open source software distributed under the permissive MIT license.
This is the source code of the latest revision of XImaging, it is usually tested at least on FreeBSD and some GNU/Linux.
Pre-release version. Includes latest features, but may be unstable.
Browser and viewer on CDE: ximaging.jpg
A HTML formatted manpage (may not be up-to-date) is available here: ximaging(1)
Earlier releases of XImaging are available on SourceForge. Visit the XImaging project page here: http://sourceforge.net/p/ximaging
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