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NAME

       leptonica - image processing library

SYNOPSIS

       #include <leptonica/allheaders.h>

       cc file.c -llept

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the leptonica image processing library.

       Leptonica  is  a  well-tested  C library for some basic image processing operations, along
       with a description of the functions  and  some  design  methods.  A  full  set  of  affine
       transformations  (translation,  shear,  rotation,  scaling)  on  images  of  all depths is
       included, with the exception that some of the scaling methods do not work at  all  depths.
       There are also implementations of binary morphology, grayscale morphology, convolution and
       rank  order  filters,  and  applications  such  as  jbig2  image  processing   and   color
       quantization.  You  will  also find basic utilities for the safe and efficient handling of
       arrays (of strings, numbers, number pairs and  image-related  geometrical  objects),  byte
       queues, generic stacks, generic lists, and endian-independent indexing into 32-bit arrays.

OPTIONS

       Most  example  programs  included with leptonica will report their usage if you try to run
       them on the command line with no arguments. Usage varies from program  to  program.  These
       are sample programs; read their source code if you are trying to do something similar.

SEE ALSO

       convertfilestopdf(1),   convertfilestops(1),   convertformat(1),  convertsegfilestopdf(1),
       convertsegfilestops(1), converttopdf(1), converttops(1), fileinfo(1), xtractprotos(1),

       The library and sample programs are documented  more  fully  by  http://www.leptonica.com,
       available via your favorite web user agent.

AUTHOR

       leptonica was written by Dan Bloomberg <bloomberg@ieee.org>.

       This  manual page was written by Jeff Breidenbach <jab@debian.org>, for the Debian project
       (but may be used by others).

                                          June 27, 2006                              LEPTONICA(3)