XFracky v2.51 is a small multithreaded Tcl/Tk 8.0 based Linux-application written by me for rendering fractals (2d, 3d and animations) using methods such as borderscanning and iteration tracking. New fractals can be added as plugins. There is a demo-mode which continuously renders any of a set of preconfigured fractals. It has support for 8/16/24/32 bit displays. The thread support is based on clone() and the number of threads is only limited by the system ressources. Thread-safe libraries are not required.
You can download the following versions (in netscape) by pressing the right mousebutton over the version of interest and select download to file:
XFracky v2.5.1 (120k) optimized for pentium and compiled with libc6.
XFracky v2.5 (80k) features improved quality of the 3d-fractals, a new demo-mode, new commandline options etc. This is a dynamically linked version for linux that requires Tcl/Tk 8.0. If you want to see how it looks first click here.
XFracky v2.5 (570k) a statically linked version if you don't have Tcl/Tk 8.0.
You can also get a pre-alpha release of XMovie v0.11 (10k) or XMovie v0.11 (statically linked) (486k) for playing/animating a sequence of 32 bit targa-images (such as the animations created with XFracky).
You can also obtain some of the older versions.... Pick a statically linked version if you don't have Tcl/Tk on your system.
XFracky v2.49 (40k).
XFracky v2.49 (550k) a statically linked version if you don't have Tcl/Tk.
XFracky v2.41 (530k) a statically linked version if you don't have Tcl/Tk.
XFracky v2.3 (32k)
XFracky v2.3 (506k) a statically linked version if you don't have Tcl/Tk.A few images computed using Fracky (the dos version from 91') can be seen here.