[Development] Moving JP2 imageformat from qt-solutions to qtimageformats

Saether Jan-Arve Jan-Arve.Saether at digia.com
Tue Nov 5 09:57:12 CET 2013


I'm just wondering if we need yet another library (Jasper), therefore my question:

Is there any big benefits in having ICNS support on other platforms than OSX?

Jan Arve

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> On Behalf Of Mikkel Krautz
> Sent: 4. november 2013 22:52
> To: development at qt-project.org
> Subject: [Development] Moving JP2 imageformat from qt-solutions to 
> qtimageformats
> Hello,
> I'm process of attempting to integrate support for the ICNS (OS X icon
> files) format into Qt as an icon engine.
> (https://codereview.qt-project.org/#change,60290)
> An optional, but desirable part of the ICNS format is support for
> JP2/JPEG2000 images. It's desirable because all variants of the icon
> greater than 128x128 are stored as JPEG2000 - so without JPEG2000
> support, the icon engine will only be able to render images at 128x128
> and below.
> It was pointed out during the review that a jp2 image format is
> available in the qt-solutions repository:
> https://github.com/qtproject/qt-solutions/tree/master/qtjp2imageformat
> and that it might make sense to move it into qtimageformats along with
> the icns icon engine itself.
> Does anyone see and/or have any problems with moving qtjp2imageformat
> to qtimageformats?
> Thanks,
> Mikkel
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