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Lossless Converter from KoalaPainter .KLA to Portable Network Graphics .PNG   [2018]

Lossless Converter from KoalaPainter .KLA to Portable Network Graphics .PNG Released by :

Release Date :
29 August 2018

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool


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User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... TheTom of Samar Productions

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/170768/kla2png.zip (downloads: 80)

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User Comment
Submitted by TheTom on 31 August 2018
@Compyx Once I have a few of them it might be a good idea to merge them into one, sure. But why "converters"? Don't they work?
I might ask why Tcl or Awk? Why not PHP? PHP is more portable- you can use in command line on almost any OS but you can also easily integrate it into a website.
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Submitted by Compyx on 31 August 2018
I've seen a few of these "converters" now, and they all use basically the same code. It might indeed be better to refactor the code so it can handle multiple formats, perhaps via a decent command line interface, something your code completely ignores and fucks up.
Also, PHP? What's wrong with Tcl or Awk?
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Submitted by TheTom on 30 August 2018
@Marq I write them one by one and I don't know how many I will write. Once I have a converter finished I just publish it here so anybody can use.
And your question is very similar to "does it make sense for people to release single images? why don't they just release slideshows with all their images?"
User Comment
Submitted by Marq on 30 August 2018
Wouldn't it make sense to package all these together into some "Converter Compilation" instead of releasing them one by one?
User Comment
Submitted by TheTom on 29 August 2018
Written in PHP. Source code included. For Windows users there is an EXE. For other OS you'll need PHP interpreter.
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