On Thu, 03 Dec 2009, Stefan Reinauer wrote:
On 12/2/09 11:59 PM, joe(a)settoplinux.org wrote:
This is awsome :-)
I can't wait to try it out.
It seems to be a rather large (file size) banner though. Any way to scale it
down a bit?
Thanks - Joe
Not so easily...
I made the graphics 320x200, so it's around 230KiB raw image data.
- use a compressed format.. This would mean adding a (i.e. JPG)
decompressor to Qemu..
Either by requiring to link against libjpeg, or by adding a jpg
decompressor in an extra file.
- load the PPM file from the filesystem instead of including it in the
source. Doesn't make it
smaller but then it's not possible to make a single diff against the
Qemu source tree anymore.
- paint something funky with a nice and small algorithm. Suggestions?
Maybe fractal with simple SerialICE drawn on it?
(even simple fractal)
not even updating, or something, or some game of life would be an option?
reg. Linux user #133161