Jimmy Thrasher wrote:
> Michael Neumann wrote:
> > Some days ago I wrapped the image load functions of Imlib2 (www.enlightment.org/pages/imlib2.html)
> > that provides loading the image types PNG, TIFF, BMP, GIF, JPG etc..
> > 
> > It's only for loading images not for storing nor processing.
> > Would that suffice for your purposes?
> > Would it be worth putting on the RAA?
> 
> Does loading images mean having an array of some sort in memory that
> would represent the data in the image?  I want to do processing, but
> processing of my own.

It returns the image data as Ruby String in RGBA format. I wrote it to
load textures for OpenGL.

> I started on libpng.  The Ruby extension stuff seems really cool. 
> Almost like writing Ruby in a different dialect.
> 
> In any event, I think it would definitely be worth putting on the RAA.
> Ruby needs more image processing stuff.

Ok, I'll put it on the RAA.

> Also, does Imlib2 compile easily in a Win32 Cygwin environment?

I didn't tried it yet. 


Regards,

  Michael

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