Official Repository for the JasPer Image Coding Toolkit

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JasPer Image Processing/Coding Tool Kit

This is the source distribution for JasPer.  JasPer is a collection
of software (i.e., a library and application programs) for the
coding and manipulation of images.  This software can handle image
data in a variety of formats.  One such format supported by JasPer
is the JPEG-2000 format defined in ISO/IEC 15444-1.

The complete licensing terms for the JasPer software can be found
in the file named "LICENSE" in the top level directory of this
software distribution.  Any use of this software contrary to the
terms of the license is strictly prohibited.  Recent changes made
to the software can be found in the file "ChangeLog".  Detailed
documentation on the JasPer software can be found in the JasPer
Software Reference Manual.  This manual is located in the "doc"
directory, and includes useful information such as: 1) how to build,
install, and use the software, 2) how to submit report bugs, and 3)
where to find additional information about the software.

The official web site for the JasPer software has the following URL:


The official Git repository for the JasPer software is hosted
by GitHub.  The URL for the GitHub site is as follows:


The Git repository can be accessed via the URL:


Information on how to install this software can be found in the

The reference manual for this software can be found in the directory
doc.  The manual is provided in two formats:
    1) HTML format in the directory doc/html
       Open the file doc/html/index.html in your web browser.
    2) PDF format in doc/manual.pdf
The old reference manual (which is still useful) can be found in:

The version of the reference manual corresponding to the most recent
commit on the master branch of the JasPer Git repository can be found at:


All bug reports should be submitted via the issue-tracking system
provided by GitHub.  To submit a bug report, go the the following
URL and click on the "New issue" button:


Please do not submit bug reports directly to the author via email,
as bug reports that are not submitted via the above issue-tracking
system on GitHub are easy to be lost.