Ben Wing wrote:
> xpm2png everything is a better idea. Eg, GNU uses pbm or ppm
> instead of xpm for practically everything now, I believe. Is
> there any reason that's not feasible?
I would agree. The only good thing about XPM is that programs can generate
There's also the fact that Xpm supports a symbolic colour table,
allowing the application to choose the colour scheme. XEmacs supports
this via the :color-symbols keyword in image instantiators.
Glynn Clements <glynn(a)gclements.plus.com>