Someone requested a DjVu Viewer, and I found this one. It's in PortableApps format, and seems to work okay.
Application: Java DjVu viewer
Category: Office ?
Description: JavaDjVu is a viewer for the DjVu document format, written in Java.
click (don't rightclick) for JavaDjvu Viewer 27 Jan 2008 19:50 EST MD5: 4796eab524f9f7f232530b29f37c841d
- It now will open a file found on the command line, which means a shortcut can be put in "Send to" to allow right-click on a file and "send to" JavaDjvu to view it. The directory it opens with no file on command line is \Documents instead of the directory with jar files. So if there is a DjVu file in \Documents, it can be opened easily.
- It uses Java, from CommonFiles or the system Java. See John's instructions for taking a copy of java with you so you'll have it.
- This was designed primarily as an applet for a web server, so it expects to be in a sandbox and, as far as I can tell, doesn't write anything anywhere.
- Its user interface is a bit clunky, but works. If you want some DjVu documents to play with, try http://javadjvu.sourceforge.net/examples/ (yes, it reads URLs as well as files, though its web browser is not the greatest).
2008-03-22 The download link should be working again.