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imgsizer 2.7-2
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	imgsizer -- autogenerate WIDTH and HEIGHT for IMG tags

This is a nifty little HTML authoring tool that will generate correct 
Netscape-style WIDTH and HEIGHT parameters for each of your IMG tags.
This will enable the text parts of your page to load much faster.

Files in this directory:

	README		-- this file
	imgsizer	-- the utility
	imgsizer.xml	-- manual page in XML-DocBook RefEntry format
	Makefile	-- installation and packaging productions 

Put imgsizer on your execution path and the man page in a man source
directory somewhere.  `make install' will do the right thing on a Linux box. 
That's it.

You will need either identify(1) from the ImageMagick tools or
rdjpgcom(1) and a modern version of file(1) to make this work.  If you
are using Linux or any of the free BSDs these tools are probably
already on your system; otherwise, you should be able to get
identify(1) from ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/applications/ImageMagick.

Usual open-source terms -- copy, use, and redistribute as you like,
don't take my name off it, and clearly mark any modified versions.
Fixes and enhancements cheerfully accepted.  Enjoy!
						-- esr
						http://www.catb.org/~esr