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- A web server that can execute PHP scripts (Apache, IIS, whatever)
- PHP (version 4.0b1 or better required, 4.12 or better recommended) installed on the web server
- The GD Library (version 1.73 or better) for PHP
- The FreeType module for PHP
- Your version of PHP must be capable of producing at least one of these image types: PNG, JPEG, GIF, WBMP
- Some TrueType (.ttf) fonts to use (PHPaint comes with only 2 fonts)
- One of the supported web browsers (below)
Supported Web Browers:
- Netscape 4.75 or later
- Opera 5 or later
- Internet Explorer 5 or later
I would reasonably assume that PHPaint should work with most recent versions of Mozilla-based browsers besides Netscape (Galeon, etc.). However, this has not been tested and cannot be guaranteed to work.
PHPaint has successfully run on both Linux and Windows. PHPaint should run on any operating system meeting the requirements above (theoretically), but this has NOT been tested and can't be guaranteed.
In addition, if you are going to be using PHPaint to created WBMP (Wireless Bitmap) images, I recommend you have a Wireless/WAP-enabled web browser or image viewer handy, as most normal web browsers cannot display WBMP images.
Has PHPaint Been Tested:
Currently, PHP has been tested in two environments:
Most recently, on Mandrake Linux 8.2, running Apache 1.3.23, PHP 4.12, GD (1.83 - I think), and a recent version of the FreeType module for PHP, using Netscape 4.75 and Opera 5.
A while ago: running Windows
98 with IIS 4, PHP 4.05/4.06, the GD Library (1.73 - 1.83), with the FreeType
module support, using Internet Explorer
I can't comment on other browsers and server setups.
PHPaint is Copyright 1999-2005 by Erica Andrews (PhrozenSmoke ['at'] yahoo.com). See the license file for a copy of the GPL license this software is distributed under. Any use, modificiation, or redistribution of PHPaint or it components not in accordance with the license is strictly prohibited.|
Last Update: April 29, 2005