EoM - Image Viewer

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eom or the Eye of MATE is the official image viewer for the MATE Desktop Environment. It aims to be simplistic, lightweight, and easy to use. The Eye of MATE may also be used to perform basic tasks like image flipping and rotation.

Eye of MATE features a flexible plugin system which can be used to dynamically add new advanced features to eom itself. eom uses the gdk-pixbuf library, it can handle large images, zoom, and scroll with low memory usage.

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SYNOPSIS

   eom  [--fullscreen]  [--disable-image-collection] [--slide-show] [--new
   instance] [FILES...]

OPTIONS

   filename(s)...
          Specifies the image to open when eom  starts.  If  this  is  not
          specified, eom will start with a blank window and you may open a
          file from the menu or by using the  shortcut  CTRL+O.  eom  also
          supports handling of remote files.

   --display=DISPLAY
          X display to use.

   -f, --fullscreen
          Start eom in fullscreen mode.

   -c, --disable-image-collection
          Disable image collection viewer.

   -s, --slide-show
          Open in slideshow mode.

   -n, --new-instance
          Start a new instance instead of reusing an existing window.

   --version
          Output version information and exit.

   -h, --help
          Print standard command line options.

   --help-all
          Print all command line options.

   This program also accepts the standard GTK options.

Build / Install

Simple build procedure:

$ git submodule update --init --recursive   # Init Git submodules
$ ./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr                # Build configuration
$ make                                      # Build

For installation to a separate prefix change the above ./autogen.sh command to:

$ ./autogen.sh --prefix=/an/other/path

After building the package you may install it:

[ Become root if necessary ]
$ make install                              # Installation