./cad/xchiplogo, Program for generating pretty logos on VLSI chips

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Branch: pkgsrc-2008Q2, Version: 19991222nb5, Package name: xchiplogo-19991222nb5, Maintainer: dmcmahill

Xchiplogo reads an ascii bitmap file, and converts it into a
magic or cif file. It is a handy program for creating logos
of text or graphics for putting on VLSI chips. At the
moment it accepts the B&W dithered format of XV as the
input. It has got quite a few options for resizing and get-
ting rid of many design rule errors that can be found in the
bitmap file. It has a smoothing, before and after an error
correction step. The error correction step is pretty simple
,don't expect miracles, but it works quite fine and spe-
cially for text gives a reasonable output.

Required to run:
[x11/xforms] [graphics/jpeg] [graphics/xpm]

Required to build:

Master sites:

SHA1: 2884f2375a389aa5427efecef7d8cf3e74974d98
RMD160: 18e86819266942ac95c6852c13afd89d5168b204
Filesize: 45.559 KB

Version history: (Expand)