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QComicBook

lundi 20 octobre 2014

General info

QComicBook is a viewer for comic book archives (.cbr, .cbz and alike) containing jpeg/png/xpm/gif/bmp images, which aims at speed, convenience and ease of use.

QComicBook was written in C++ and uses the great Qt library. It doesn’t depend on KDE or any other desktop environment and works pretty well with GNOME, XFCE and others.

QComicBook

QComicBook was first released on Jan 7th 2005 and has been under constant development since then.
Features

Main QComicBook features are:

automatic unpacking of archives (rar, zip, ace, 7z, tar.gz, tar.bz2 archives are supported via external utilites)
continuous scrolling mode
frame view mode (frame-by-frame reading, comic frame detection)
double-pages viewing
manga mode
thumbnails view
bookmarks
full-screen mode
page scaling (fit to window width or height, whole page)
mouse or keyboard navigation
image preloading in sepearate thread
image rotation with 90 deg step, with ability to preserve rotation for consecutive pages

QComicBook has been translated into several languages.
Requirements

Compilation-time requirements are:

GNU GCC C++ compiler (g++)
Qt toolkit version 4.5.0 or newer, including development packages and helper tools: uic, moc and lrelease.
cmake build system.
GNU make.

Runtime requirements are:

Qt library version 4.5.0 or newer.
one or more of the following archivers: unzip, rar or unrar (non-free rar/unrar is recommended), unace, p7zip and tar (with gzip and bzip2 support) available in PATH. If one of these tools is missing you can still use QComicBook, but you won’t be able to open some archives.

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