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1;;;; imlib2-eggdoc.scm
2
3(use eggdoc)
4
5(define license
6"Copyright (c) 2005, 2006, Peter Bex (peter.bex@xs4all.nl)
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32
33(define doc
34  `((eggdoc:begin
35     (name "imlib2")
36     (description (p "Chicken bindings for the "
37                     (url "http://enlightenment.sourceforge.net/doxy/imlib2/index.html"  "imlib2")
38                     " image library."))
39     (author (url "mailto:peter.bex@xs4all.nl" "Peter Bex"))
40     (history
41      (version "0.6" "Fix for wrong variable names.")
42      (version "0.5" "Fix define/clone bug; thanks to Graham Fawcett")
43      (version "0.4" "Fix finalizer bug; set correct context before freeing")
44      (version "0.3" "Set GC finalizers on all functions that create new "
45               "imlib objects and allow linking against imlib2 that was "
46               "compiled without X and converted documentation to eggdoc.")
47      (version "0.2" (code "imlib:alpha-set!") " wasn't exported")
48      (version "0.1" "beta release"))
49     (requires (url "syntax-case.html" "syntax-case"))
50     (usage)
51     (download "imlib2.egg")
52
53     (documentation
54      (p "Note: Not all imlib functionality is provided by this egg yet!")
55      (subsection "Image creation, destruction and friends"
56        (procedure "(imlib:create width height)"
57                   "Returns a new " (code "imlib:image") " object which "
58                   "describes a transparent image of the given size.")
59        (procedure "(imlib:image? img)"
60                   "Determine if the given " (code "img") " object is "
61                   "an imlib image.")
62        (procedure "(imlib:destroy img)"
63                   "Destroy the given image.")
64        (procedure "(imlib:clone img)"
65                   "Create a fresh copy of the image object " (code "img"))
66        (procedure "(imlib:load filename)"
67                   "Returns a new " (code "imlib:image") " object which "
68                   "describes the image stored in the file "
69                   (code "filename") ".  This automatically uses the correct "
70                   "loader, as determined by Imlib2 on the basis of the "
71                   "file's extension.")
72        (procedure "(imlib:save img filename)"
73                   "Store the imlib image object described by " (code "img")
74                   " in the file " (code "filename") ".  The right loader "
75                   "is automatically selected by Imlib2 if you haven't "
76                   "set it explicitly with " (code "imlib:format-set!") "."))
77     
78      (subsection "Image properties"
79        (procedure "(imlib:format img)"
80                   "Request the currently set format for the image, or "
81                   (code "#f") " if no format has been associated with "
82                   "it yet.")
83        (procedure "(imlib:format-set! img format)"
84                   "Explicitly set the file format on the image for "
85                   "subsequent calls to " (code "imlib:save") ".  The "
86                   (code "format") " argument is passed to the loaders "
87                   "in the same way a file extension would be.")
88        (procedure "(imlib:width img)"
89                   "Returns the width of the supplied image, in pixels.")
90        (procedure "(imlib:height img)"
91                   "Returns the height of the supplied image, in pixels.")
92        (procedure "(imlib:filename img)"
93                   "Returns the original filename for the image, if it "
94                   "was loaded from a file.  Otherwise it returns "
95                   (code "#f") ".")
96        (procedure "(imlib:alpha? img)"
97                   "Does the image have an alpha layer?")
98        (procedure "(imlib:alpha-set! img value)"
99                   "Enable or disable alpha layer support for the image.")
100        (procedure "(imlib:track-changes-on-disk img)"
101                   "From now on, track changes on disk to the file that "
102                   "is associated with " (code "img") ". By default, all "
103                   "images are cached by imlib2 in such a way that closing "
104                   "and reopening it just pulls it from cache instead of "
105                   "really loading it.  Unfortunately, there's no way to "
106                   "request the status of this option or disable it."))
107     
108      (subsection "Image manipulation operations"
109        (subsubsection "Orientation"
110          (procedure "(imlib:flip-horizontal img)"
111                     "Create a new, horizontally flipped, copy of "
112                     (code "img") ".")
113          (procedure "(imlib:flip-horizontal! img)"
114                     "Destructively flip " (code "img") " horizontally.")
115          (procedure "(imlib:flip-vertical img)"
116                     "Create a new, vertically flipped, copy of "
117                     (code "img") ".")
118          (procedure "(imlib:flip-vertical! img)"
119                     "Destructively flip " (code "img") " vertically.")
120          (procedure "(imlib:flip-diagonal img)"
121                     "Create a new, diagonally flipped, copy of "
122                     (code "img") ".  This works like transposing a matrix.")
123          (procedure "(imlib:flip-diagonal! img)"
124                     "Destructively flip " (code "img") " diagonally.")
125          (procedure "(imlib:orientate img orientation)"
126                     "Create a new, orientated copy of " (code "img")
127                     ". According to imlib2 documentation, this function "
128                     "rotates the image by 90 degrees " (code "orientation")
129                     " times.  However, the function accepts values "
130                     "between 0 and 7, inclusive.  What values 4-7 do, I'm "
131                     "not really sure of.  They appear to rotate the image "
132                     (code "(mod orientation 3)") " times 90 degrees, but "
133                     "flip it as well."))
134       
135        (subsubsection "Texture/retouching functions"
136          (procedure "(imlib:sharpen img radius)"
137                     "Create a new, sharpened copy of " (code "img") ". The "
138                     (code "radius") " argument is an integer number "
139                     "indicating the degree of sharpening that has to take "
140                     "place.  I am not sure what a negative value means, but "
141                     "it is allowed.")
142          (procedure "(imlib:sharpen! img radius)"
143                     "Destructively sharpen an image.")
144          (procedure "(imlib:blur img radius)"
145                     "Create a new, blurred copy of " (code "img") ". The "
146                     (code "radius") " argument is a positive integer "
147                     "indicating the blur matrix radius, so 0 has no effect.")
148          (procedure "(imlib:blur! img radius)"
149                     "Destructively blur an image.")
150          (procedure "(imlib:tile img)"
151                     "Create a new copy of " (code "img") " adjusted in such "
152                     "a way around the edges, such that it is suitable for "
153                     "use in repeating (\"tiled\") patterns on all sides.")
154          (procedure "(imlib:tile! img)"
155                     "Destructively tile an image.")
156          (procedure "(imlib:tile-horizontal img)"
157                     "Create a new copy of " (code "img") " adjusted on "
158                     "the left and right edges so it can be used for "
159                     "horizontally repeating patterns.")
160          (procedure "(imlib:tile-horizontal! img)"
161                     "Destructively tile an image horizontally.")
162          (procedure "(imlib:tile-vertical img)"
163                     "Create a new copy of " (code "img") " adjusted on "
164                     "the top and bottom edges so it can be used for "
165                     "vertically repeating patterns.")
166          (procedure "(imlib:tile-vertical! img)"
167                     "Destructively tile an image vertically.")
168          (procedure "(imlib:crop img x y width height)"
169                     "Create a new, cropped copy of " (code "img") ".  The "
170                     (code "x") " and " (code "y") " parameters indicate "
171                     "the upper left pixel of the new image.  The "
172                     (code "width") " and " (code "height") " parameters "
173                     "indicate the size of the new image.  Returns "
174                     (code "#f") " on failure. "
175                     (strong "Note: This function will return an image of "
176                             "the requested size, but with undefined contents "
177                             "if you pass it arguments that lie outside the "
178                             "image!  I am still unsure if this is a bug or "
179                             "feature."))
180          (procedure "(imlib:scale img width height)"
181                     "Create a new, scaled copy of the image.")
182          (procedure "(imlib:crop&scale img src-x src-y src-width src-height dest-width dest-height)"
183                     "Create a new, cropped " (em "and") " scaled copy of "
184                     (code "img") ".  The arguments " (code "src-x") ", "
185                     (code "src-y") ", " (code "src-width") " and "
186                     (code "src-height") " indicate cropping dimensions as "
187                     "per " (code "imlib:crop") ", in the original image. "
188                     "The " (code "dest-width") " and " (code "dest-height")
189                     " arguments indicate the new image's width and height.")))
190     
191      (subsection "Pixel query functions"
192        (procedure "(imlib:pixel/rgba img x y)"
193                   "Returns the RGBA (red, green, blue, alpha) color values "
194                   "for the image at the specified pixel coordinate as 4 "
195                   "values.")
196        (procedure "(imlib:pixel/hsva img x y)"
197                   "Returns the HSVA (hue, saturation, value, alpha) color "
198                   "values for the image at the specified pixel coordinate "
199                   "as 4 values.")
200        (procedure "(imlib:pixel/hlsa img x y)"
201                   "Returns the HLSA (hue, lightness, saturation, alpha) "
202                   "color values for the image at the specified pixel "
203                   "coordinate as 4 values.")
204        (procedure "(imlib:pixel/cmya img x y)"
205                   "Returns the CMYA (cyan, magenta, yellow, alpha) "
206                   "color values for the image at the specified pixel "
207                   "coordinate as 4 values."))
208     
209      (subsection "Color specifiers"
210        (p "Note: This could use some more work.  Perhaps the functions from"
211           "the previous section should return values of these types instead.")
212        (procedure "(imlib:color? color)"
213                   "Is the specified object an imlib color specifier?")
214        (procedure "(imlib:color/rgba r g b a)"
215                   "Create a color specifier for the given RGBA values.")
216        (procedure "(imlib:color/hsva h s v a)"
217                   "Create a color specifier for the given HSVA values.")
218        (procedure "(imlib:color/hlsa h l s a)"
219                   "Create a color specifier for the given HLSA values.")
220        (procedure "(imlib:color/cmya c m y a)"
221                   "Create a color specifier for the given CMYA values."))
222     
223      (subsection "Drawing functions"
224        (procedure "(imlib:draw-pixel img color x y)"
225                   "Draw a pixel in the given image on the given coordinates "
226                   "with the given color specifier.")
227        (procedure "(imlib:draw-line img color x1 y1 x2 y2)"
228                   "Draw a line in the image from the coordinates ("
229                   (code "x1") "," (code "y1") ") to (" (code "x2") ","
230                   (code "y2") ".")
231        (procedure "(imlib:draw-rectangle img color x y width height)"
232                   "Draw a one-pixel wide outline of a rectangle with "
233                   "the given color.  The " (code "x") " and " (code "y")
234                   " coordinates are of the upper left corner of the "
235                   "rectangle.")
236        (procedure "(imlib:fill-rectangle img color x y width height)"
237                   "Same as " (code "imlib:draw-rectangle") ", but "
238                   "filled in.")))
239     
240     (license ,license))))
241
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