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img-intro - Introduction to Img
package require Tk package require Img ?1.4? _________________________________________________________________________________________________
Img is a Tk extension, adding support for many other Image formats, as listed below. The individual formats are described in more detail on their own pages. bmp Windows bitmap format. See img-bmp. dted DTED terrain elevation data interpreted as image. See img-dted. gif The venerable graphics interchange format (with transparency, but without LZW. The latter due to patent issues). See img-gif. ico Windows icon files. See img-ico. jpeg The format for lossy compressed still pictures specified by the Joint Picture Experts Group. See img-jpeg. pcx Paintbrush image format. See img-pcx. pixmap While the other formats are handlers for the Tk photo image type this is a new image type for Tk. See img-pixmap. png Portable Network Graphics, successor to GIF. See img-png. ppm Portable Pixmaps. See img-ppm. ps Postscript and PDF (Portable document format). Requires an external application, ghostview, for its operation. See img-ps. raw Raw matrix data interpreted as image. See img-raw. sgi Native SGI format. See img-sgi. sun Sun raster images. See img-sun. tga Targa files. See img-tga. tiff Tagged Interchange File Format. See img-tiff. window Put the content of a Tk window into an image. See img-window. xbm X Bitmaps. See img-xbm. xpm X Pixmaps. See img-xpm. This version only works with Tcl/Tk 8.3 or higher. If you are using Tk 8.2, please use Img 1.3. If you are using Tk 8.1 or lower please stick with Img 1.2.4 (which is still available). And if you are using Tk4.2 or lower, please stick with Img 1.1.4 (which is also still available).
img-bmp, img-dted, img-gif, img-ico, img-jpeg, img-pcx, img-pixmap, img-png, img-ppm, img- ps, img-raw, img-sgi, img-sun, img-tga, img-tiff, img-window, img-xbm, img-xpm
bmp, gif, ico, image handling, jpeg, pcx, pdf, pixmap, png, postscript, ppm, ps, sgi, sun, tga, tiff, tk, window, xbm, xpm
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