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2008.10.06 20:45 "Re: [SPAM] Re: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by Brad Hards
2008.10.06 16:09 "Re: [SPAM] Re: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by Edward Lam
2008.10.06 16:31 "Re: [SPAM] Re: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by Bob Friesenhahn
2008.10.07 04:59 "RE: [SPAM] Re: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by ComSquare Martin Osieka
2008.10.08 03:20 "Re: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by Edward Lam
2008.10.08 13:29 "Re: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by Edward Lam
2008.10.08 21:47 "RE: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by ComSquare Martin Osieka

2008.10.06 20:45 "Re: [SPAM] Re: [Tiff] Compression code 34719 (MDI Tiffs)", by Brad Hards

On Tuesday 07 October 2008 03:31:10 am Bob Friesenhahn wrote: > On Mon, 6 Oct 2008, Edward Lam wrote:

> > Brad Hards wrote:
> >> LGPL license. Patches / bug reports appreciated.
> >

> > Before this gets too far, does the libtiff project accept LGPL code? > > AFAICT, libtiff seems to use a BSD-style license.

>

> While it is likely ok for a contributed libtiff utility, it would not > be suitable for inclusion in libtiff itself.

I don't think anything that depended on both the QtCore and QtGui libraries (which are GPL unless you have a commercial license) is going into libtiff.

While I still need to actually finish the base library and then work with Martin to get the codec done, the expectation is that this would be some kind of add-in that you might provide if you particularly cared about MDI.

Is there a way to register additional codecs into libtiff at runtime?

Brad