From: Ullrich Koethe (u.koethe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-11-13 19:21:08
Gary Powell wrote:
> This library looks cool. (I don't have to do any image manipulation at my
> current job but I have in the past, and this library would have been
> Now for the criticism part. It's not clear to me when I look at the code
> how to extend the library for other yet to be determined translators. Seems
> like a policy issue, as in could be solved with policy classes. But then I
> don't know that, and there is the combinatorial effect of knowing N to N - 1
> translations, and adding N + 1.
What do you mean by 'translators'? If you mean 'image import/export'
than yes, the design can be improved, and we are currently working on
it. If you mean 'adding functions that transform one image into
another', the answer is: just add a new function template. Functions
could be organized into objects to simplify the creation of operator
chains. However, I'm currently not doing this in C++ but leave it to
Python (as I said, VIGRA has a Python interface that's not yet
beenpublicly released ) were the capability comes for free.
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