Chicken bindings for the imlib2 image library.
Note: Not all imlib functionality is provided by this egg yet!
imlib:imageobject which describes a transparent image of the given size.
imgobject is an imlib image.
imlib:imageobject which describes the image stored in the file
filename. This automatically uses the correct loader, as determined by Imlib2 on the basis of the file's extension.
imgin the file
filename. The right loader is automatically selected by Imlib2 if you haven't set it explicitly with
#fif no format has been associated with it yet.
formatargument is passed to the loaders in the same way a file extension would be.
img. By default, all images are cached by imlib2 in such a way that closing and reopening it just pulls it from cache instead of really loading it. Unfortunately, there's no way to request the status of this option or disable it.
img. This works like transposing a matrix.
img. According to imlib2 documentation, this function rotates the image by 90 degrees
orientationtimes. However, the function accepts values between 0 and 7, inclusive. What values 4-7 do, I'm not really sure of. They appear to rotate the image
(mod orientation 3)times 90 degrees, but flip it as well.
radiusargument is an integer number indicating the degree of sharpening that has to take place. I am not sure what a negative value means, but it is allowed.
radiusargument is a positive integer indicating the blur matrix radius, so 0 has no effect.
imgadjusted in such a way around the edges, such that it is suitable for use in repeating ("tiled") patterns on all sides.
imgadjusted on the left and right edges so it can be used for horizontally repeating patterns.
imgadjusted on the top and bottom edges so it can be used for vertically repeating patterns.
yparameters indicate the upper left pixel of the new image. The
heightparameters indicate the size of the new image. Returns
#fon failure. Note: This function will return an image of the requested size, but with undefined contents if you pass it arguments that lie outside the image! I am still unsure if this is a bug or feature.
img. The arguments
src-heightindicate cropping dimensions as per
imlib:crop, in the original image. The
dest-heightarguments indicate the new image's width and height.
Note: This could use some more work. Perhaps the functions fromthe previous section should return values of these types instead.
y1) to (
ycoordinates are of the upper left corner of the rectangle.
imlib:draw-rectangle, but filled in.
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