I use GAZE, it supports the most popular formats.
http://koti.mbnet.fi/lonnberg/JPEGView.html
I thought it was open source because it is a DGJPP program, but I cannot
find the source code. The author has discontinued support. Perhaps he would
make the code available to the FreeDOS Project?

On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 2:46 AM, Rugxulo <rugx...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> On May 14, 2015 12:06 AM, "Mateusz Viste" <mate...@viste.fr> wrote:
> >
> > Anyone know about a free (NOT freeware) DOS picture viewer ?
>
> I was half wondering the same thing recently, so I have a (very small)
> amount of knowledge here.
>
> The only one that directly comes to mind is XPL0 dude's SEE, which (IIRC)
> supports BMP, PCX, GIF, LBM.
>
> There are probably others (FO, VGA Paint, 320x200-only JPEGVIEW), but they
> are too limited in various ways. I don't even remember entirely as there
> are way too many legacy ones (but most others are closed source, as you've
> noticed).
>
> EDIT: Actually, something using Allegro probably exists since it had good
> support (back in the day). But the only example I can think of is Pace
> Player, which is quite ancient. I don't think I ever recompiled it, but
> it's definitely still on the .cc website (or such).
>
> Honestly, part of the problem is so many (complicated) formats, but the
> obvious workaround is to convert xyz (e.g. PNG or JPG) to a
> better-supported popular format (e.g. BMP) with Image Magick or similar
> tools.
>
> Or, as you noticed, just use a similar program with image support (e.g.
> graphical web browser).
>
>
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