Sun icon

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== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==
Files begin with ASCII text "<code>/* Format_version=1</code>".
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Files usually begin with ASCII text "<code>/* Format_version=1</code>".
  
 
== Software ==
 
== Software ==
* [http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/ Netpbm] (sunicontopnm with version 10.53 and newer; icontopbm with older versions)
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* [[Konvertor]]
* [http://www.xnview.com/ XnView]
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* [[Netpbm]] (sunicontopnm with version 10.53 and newer; icontopbm with older versions)
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* [[XnView]]
  
 
== Sample files ==
 
== Sample files ==

Latest revision as of 15:01, 22 February 2016

File Format
Name Sun icon
Ontology
Extension(s) .ico .icon

Sun icon is a raster image format, used for icons on some Sun operating systems.

Images are usually bi-level. 8-bit grayscale or palette color images are possible, but may not be portable (no palette is stored in the file).

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[edit] Format

Sun icon files are entirely ASCII text. They have a header delimited by "/*" and "*/", followed by a comma-separated list of hexadecimal numbers.

[edit] Identification

Files usually begin with ASCII text "/* Format_version=1".

[edit] Software

[edit] Sample files

[edit] Editors' notes

TODO: Figure out if Sun cursor files use the same format, and if .cursor and .pr filename extensions should also be listed.

[edit] Resources

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