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C,C++ code to convert .bmp to .gif

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We're looking for C or C++ source code to convert a .bmp file to a .gif file on the windows platform.  We are using WIN32 SKD, not MFC.  I found an executable, "gif2bmp.exe", but it seems old and does not work on certain .gif files.  We would appreciate any code or helpful links.
Many thanks!
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nils pipenbrinck earned 50 total points
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hm. that's no big deal.

there is a linux library to write the gif files.. I haven't used it myself yet, but it shouldn't be to much work to get it working (two hours or so).

here is a link: http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/giflib/doc/index.html

reading the bmp file shouldn't be that hard.. if you need help with the bmp loading part let me know.

Nils

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You get an 'A' and I get a 'D' for posting the question incorrectly.

I would like the opposite:
C, C++ code for Win32 SDK that converts *.gif* files to *.bmp* files.

Sorry about the confusion.

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