dmagick 0.2.0

An ImageMagick binding for the D Programming Language.


To use this package, put the following dependency into your project's dependencies section:

dub.json
dub.sdl

DMagick is a ImageMagick binding for the D programing language.

Requirements:

Linux (Posix?):
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- A recent D2 compiler >= 2.058
- ImageMagick 6.6.0 or grater.
- GNUMake

Windows:
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- A recent D2 compiler >= 2.058
- ImageMagick 6.6.0 or grater. (6.6.3 and above for 64 bits)
  It's Recomended to use the latest version.
- implip from the Digital Mars basic utilities package.
  http://ftp.digitalmars.com/bup.zip
- Digital Mars make (distributed with dmd).

Building:

Linux (Posix?):
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To build DMagick just call "make" and "make install" to install
Dmagick. The documentation can be build with "make docs".

Windows:
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To Build DMagick use the make distributed with dmd:
    make -f windows.mak
This should build DMagick (DMagick.lib) and generate the Import
import library (MagickCore.lib) needed to link with the dll.

If another version then the latest is used the used version needs
to be set in the DFLAGS variable of the make file.
    make -f windows.mak DFLAGS="-version=MagickCore_$$$ -version=Quantum$$"
Where the $$$ after MagickCore_ represent the major.minor.maintenance
version of ImageMagick without the dots.
For Quantum the $$ stands for eighter 8, 16, 32, or 64 whitch
correspondes to the quantum depth used by ImageMagick 16 is the default.

Building Applications using DMagick:

Linux (Posix?):
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It's advised to use pkg-config when building applications using
DMagick as distrobutions usualy don't include the latest version
of ImageMagick.
    dmd myapp.d `pkg-config --cflags --libs DMagick`

Windows:
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When using the latest version of ImageMagick only the libs need to
be passed to the compiler.
    dmd myapp.d -L DMagick.lib MagickCore.lib

When not using pkg-config or when not using the latest vewrsion on Windows the ImageMagick version needs to be passed to the compiler using "-version=MagickCore$$$" and "-version=Quantum$$". Where the $$$ after MagickCore represent the major.minor.maintenance version of ImageMagick without the dots. For Quantum the $$ stands for eighter 8, 16, 32, or 64 whitch correspondes to the quantum depth used by ImageMagick 16 is the default.

Authors:
  • Mike Wey
Dependencies:
none
Versions:
0.2.2 2018-May-20
0.2.1 2017-Jun-21
0.2.0 2017-May-25
~master 2019-Mar-10
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