# To subscribers of the xforms list from "T.C. Zhao" <email@example.com> :
A more likely cause is that you may have more than one
versions of xforms floating on the system. Different
versions of v0.89.x may have some minor header (image)
incompatibilities, an unfortunate result of having rushed it a bit.
Now I've put more generous reserved fields into the image
header so adding or removing stuff from the image header
can be compensated with these fields.
--- Yann Guichoux <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> # To subscribers of the xforms list from Yann Guichoux
> <email@example.com> :
> remember, a month ago i had some problems to display some animated
> in my application while
> the gif files were well displayed with ibrowser...
> I found were the problem was...
> my application was linked in "static mode" with libforms.a
> ibrowser was linked in "dynamic mode" with libforms.so
> I tried to dislay the animated gif in my application (linked with
> libforms.so)...and...it works !!!(YEEES!)
> libforms.a and libforms.so don't seem to have the same behaviour...
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