László Zsidi - 2007-02-19 04:46:40 - In reply to message 1 from webshell
The newest GIFEncoder have difference parameter for source than the older GifMerge versions.
The older versions uses "C_MEMORY" for binary data and "C_FILE" for url data, the newest version uses "bin" for binary data and "url" for url data.
This parameter is not case sensitive.
Do you want a complete new documentation for GIFEncoder?
László Zsidi - 2007-02-19 05:12:43 - In reply to message 1 from webshell
I thought to be sure that the playing of animations has been enabled by your browser.
Or try to write content into file /* fwrite ( fopen ( "myanimation.gif", "wb" ), $gif->GetAnimation ( ) ); */ and check the content of generated file.
webshell - 2007-02-19 07:21:56 - In reply to message 3 from László Zsidi
> I thought to be sure that the playing of animations has been enabled by your browser.
I tested on Opera 9, Firefox 1.5 and Internte Explorer 6.
Opera 9 : blank page (no error, no image)
Firefox 1.5 : an empty image with the broken link icon and the message "The image 'http://localhost/test.php' cannot be displayed, because it contains errors."
Internet Explorer 6 : an empty image with broken link icon.
> Or try to write content into file /* fwrite ( fopen ( "myanimation.gif", "wb" ), $gif->GetAnimation ( ) ); */ and check the content of generated file.
I get a valid Gif image with only the first frame (no animation). My animated gif should have had 3 frames.
László Zsidi - 2007-02-26 03:26:06 - In reply to message 9 from Jan Theodore
I'm so sorry, but I am very busy.
The last working version of GIFEncoder can be found at phpclasses.org or http://gifs.hu/phpclasses/show.php?src=GIFEncoder.class.php ( 2.05, with on-line working demo )
The constructor flag for sources has been changed in the new GIFEncoder version.
Mast be used "url" flag instead of "C_FILE" and "bin" instead of "C_MEMORY".
These flags are not case sensitive.
Documentation is under rewriting permanently.