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In this chapter some image formats and methods to obtain information about the image size and format were discussed, and the conversion of one image format to another with the help of Image::Magick was demonstrated. This is hopefully sufficient to provide a solid base from which to work with image files and the various formats that are available.
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The Image::Magick documentation and the reference in appendix A should be consulted for more information on the various Image::Magick methods discussed. The Image::Size module comes equipped with useful documentation which is recommended reading for anyone wishing to use the module.
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3.1 CPAN 28 3.2 The tools 29 3.3 A note on module versions 34
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If you had to write all graphics code yourself each time you needed some work done, and if you had to study all the relevant theory yourself every time, you wouldn t actually finish many programs. One of the strengths of Perl is that it provides a good interface for developers to create modules that can be reused by others. This is an excellent way to package knowledge about a certain protocol, technique or algorithm in some code, and to share it with the wider Perl community. Many programmers have done this. They have spent time creating software libraries and modules, and have made them available for others to use. Apart from Perl modules, there are some programs that can be used to work with graphics from within Perl. This chapter provides a list of software tools and modules used in this book, with a short description for each. When necessary it has been noted where to find the tools and their documentation, and where in the book they are used (but also check the index to find other references). Since most modules for Perl are available from CPAN, we ll first spend some time explaining what it is, and how to use it. 27
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The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network1 (CPAN) is the best place to start looking for any modules for Perl, and all the modules used in this book are available there. The modules are distributed as gzipped tar archives. The distribution mechanism is, at this moment, quite Unix-oriented, and requires at least a working make tool. The modules that are interfaces to C libraries or contain C code, require a working C compiler as well. For platforms where these tools are not as standard, there are other solutions. If you use MacPerl, you should probably start at http://www.macperl.com/, and follow the pointers from there. Alternatively, you can visit the MacPerl Module Porters page directly at http://pudge.net/cgi-bin/mmp.plx. ActiveState distributes the de facto standard Perl for the 32-bit Microsoft Windows platforms, ActivePerl. The company also maintains an archive of prepackaged and precompiled modules in the (ActivePerl-specific) ppm format. ActivePerl comes bundled with a tool, also called ppm, that will automatically fetch and install modules from the archive. To get ActivePerl, and read more about it and its use, start at http:/ /www.activestate.com/. While these platform-specific archives are convenient, it also means that the only modules available there are the ones that have been prepackaged, ported, or otherwise prepared. Sometimes modules in these archives can grow severely out of date with respect to the latest versions on CPAN, and many CPAN modules never make it there. If the module you re interested in only uses Perl code, I suggest you use the CPAN distribution. If the module needs any form of byte code compilation, e.g., contains C code, you will have to either wait for it to become available, or you can opt to purchase for yourself a compiler that works with the ActiveState distribution, install it, and compile the module yourself. Most of the modules can be found on CPAN (http://www.cpan.org) and can be installed with the well-known mantra:
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