WebMagick makes putting images on the Web as easy as magick. See Project Summary.The current beta of WebMagick is version 2.03pre24.
The current release of WebMagick is version 2.02.
You need WebMagick if you:
What WebMagick Does
WebMagick is optimized to use the features of the latest Web browsers (e.g. Frames and client-side imagemaps), however, older browsers like NCSA Mosaic and Lynx are supported too.
WebMagick is written in PERL. WebMagick currently only runs under UNIX-compatible systems. PerlMagick has been ported to Win32 so it should be possible to port WebMagick to WIN32.
Report WebMagick bugs via the WebMagick Bug Tracking System on SourceForge. This system ensures that bugs are not forgotten, and ensures that bug reports are attributed to the right person. If you provide your correct email address when you submit a bug, you will be notified regarding any status changes.
The current maintainer of WebMagick Chris Lindell. WebMagick is authored by Bob Friesenhahn. We would like to hear about your trials and tribulations with WebMagick. Many thanks to Anthony Thyssen for his assistance as the first Alpha tester of Gifmap, predecessor to WebMagick. Anthony is the maintainer of the wonderful AIcons icon collection which has been converted to use Gifmap (WebMagick's predecessor). We would also like to thank Cristy who developed the wonderful ImageMagick package and is the co-author of PerlMagick. Without Cristy's seemingly tireless drive to produce the highest-quality software possible (with no monetary reward to himself), WebMagick could not be the package that it is today.
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