"MagickModule - Swiss army knife of image process"BlitzMax Modules Forums/Brucey's Modules/"MagickModule - Swiss army knife of image process"
| Where can I get this from? Saw this on your Google Code page but could find no mention of it anywhere else, nor a link to download. |
What I'm looking for is a library that does some pretty basic things like draw an anti-aliased image on top of another image, blur effects, and so on.
Any information would be greatly appreciated!
| You'll need an SVN tool to download most of Brucey's modules.|
I use slikSVN (free): after install, a batch file can download & sync up any changes:
c:\code\SlikSvn\bin\svn.exe checkout http://maxmods.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ c:\code\blitzmax\mod\bah.mod
| Thanks, xlsior! Too bad an SVN client isn't built in to BMax itself (replacing the very useful, but no longer there 'Syncmods').|
Oh well, nothing like doing command-line MSDOS gymnastics in these days of point-and-click, drag-and-drop GUI interfaces, eh? ;)
| TortoiseSVN is quite a nice explorer-integrated SVN client. No command-line required :-) |
TortoiseSVN is quite a nice explorer-integrated SVN client. No command-line required :-)
I have tortoiseSVN installed as well, but SlikSVN allows me to check a whole bunch of SVN repositories all in a row just by double-clicking a batchfile.
| I actually prefer subclipse for all my SVN related activities :-p |
| Does anyone know why so many of these SVN clients are so huge? Just curious, as it doesn't seem like the task at hand warrants so much code (bloat?).|
I'll check out both and see which one better suits me... ;)
| Just for curious people and newcomers, Brucey wrapped GraphicsMagick, and not ImageMagick.|