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Examples of "libpng"
The libpng license is a permissive free software license, which defines the terms under which the libpng software library can be distributed.
Mozilla Firefox added support for APNG in version 3 trunk builds on March 23, 2007. However, because libpng is the PNG Group's reference implementation of the official specification, APNG support can never be supported in the main libpng distribution so long as it remains unratified by the Group. Iceweasel 3 supports APNG by using Mozilla's unofficial variant of libpng.
libpng is released under the libpng license, a permissive free software licence, and is free software. It is frequently used in both free and proprietary software, either directly or through the use of a higher level image library.
The libpng license was derived in 1996 from the zlib license and has been referred to since by a variety of terms including at least the "zlib license" (even though it is different) and the "zlib/libpng license".
Distributed under the licence of zlib/libpng, JScheme is free software.
The language was made public in 2003 under the zlib/libpng license.
Distributed under the licence of zlib/libpng, MiniD is free software.
Standards/free software bodies such as OSI currently refer to the license as the "zlib/libpng license".
This file demonstrates how libpng informs that its libraries can be found in /usr/local/lib and its headers in /usr/local/include, that the library name is libpng, and that the version is 1.2.8. It also gives the additional linker flags that are needed to compile code that uses this library.
The zlib license is a permissive free software license which defines the terms under which the zlib software library can be distributed. It is also used by many other free software packages. The libpng library uses a similar license sometimes referred interchangeably as the zlib/libpng license.
In programming languages lacking language support for namespaces, namespaces can be emulated to some extent by using an identifier naming convention. For example, C libraries such as Libpng often use a fixed prefix for all functions and variables that are part of their exposed interface. Libpng exposes identifiers such as:
libpng is the official Portable Network Graphics (PNG) reference library (originally called pnglib). It is a platform-independent library that contains C functions for handling PNG images. It supports almost all of PNG's features, is extensible, and has been widely used and tested for over 18 years. libpng is dependent on zlib for data compression and decompression routines.
PoDoFo is dependent on OpenSSL, zlib, freetype2, fontconfig (Unix and Mac OS X only), libjpeg (optional), libpng (optional) and libtiff (optional).
The first public version of zlib, 0.9, was released on 1 May 1995 and was originally intended for use with the libpng image library. It is free software, distributed under the zlib license.
The official reference implementation of the PNG format is the programming library "libpng". It is published as free software under the terms of a permissive free software licence. Therefore, it is usually found as an important system library in free operating systems.
DevIL currently supports 43 file formats for reading and 17 for writing; among those with read-write support are BMP, DDS, JPEG, PCX, PNG, RAW, TGA, and TIFF. The actual supported formats depend on compilation settings, in particular, external libraries like libjpeg and libpng.
Flickernoise runs on the RTEMS real-time operating system, and uses many POSIX software libraries that were ported to this operating system such as libpng, libjpeg, jbig2dec, OpenJPEG, FreeType, MuPDF and liblo for OpenSoundControl support. The streamlined hardware platform along with the use of a real-time operating system allows the system to have a lower response time than an equivalent PC-based setup. The user interface is based on a variant of the Genode FX toolkit.
A mutation-based fuzzer leverages an existing corpus of seed inputs during fuzzing. It generates inputs by modifying (or rather mutating) the provided seeds. For example, when fuzzing the image library libpng, the user would provide a set of valid PNG image files as seeds while a mutation-based fuzzer would modify these seeds to produce semi-valid variants of each seed. The corpus of seed files may contain thousands of potentially similar inputs. Automated seed selection (or test suite reduction) allows to pick the best seeds in order to maximize the total number of bugs found during a fuzz campaign.