I try to generate new icons with bmp2c-escher3d.exe on windows issuing the following command:
bmp2c-escher3d.exe drill.bmp drill.bin -b -c
what I receive is uint16_t instead of the uint8_t.
Is there any option or something else I'm missing?
The -b -c option is for generating a binary compressed bitmap for use as a splash screen.
...but leaving these options alone I still get uint16_t instead of the uint8_t
// File generated by bmp2c_escher3d
extern const uint16_t T0 =
35, 30, // width and height in pixels
0x002a, 0xffff, 0x0000, ....
How do I get uint8_t needed for icons?
On my list to look at.
@dc42 ...did you have a chance to look at the icon issue?
Not yet, it's still on my list.