where is the ImageImports repository?
bakki.kudva at gmail.com
Sat Oct 7 00:27:02 UTC 2006
Thank you so very much for the explanation. I will use Form to store
all my images.
On 10/6/06, Edgar J. De Cleene <edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> Bakki Kudva puso en su mail :
> > I did the import and can't see where it is. Did a search for
> > ImageImports class but nada.
> > I would appreciate any help on how to import image files from the hard
> > drive and then define a class which would serve it. Thank you,
> > bakki
> In Form >>importImage: fullName
> "Import the given image file and store the resulting Form in the default
> The image is named with the short filename up to the first period,
> possibly with additions from the directory path to make it unique."
> Imports default importImageFromFileNamed: fullName.
> So you could see ImageImports is not a class.
> And I share a very nice trick for having compressed picts in a image
> I have
> Dictionary subclass: #MisDibujos
> MisDibujos class
> instanceVariableNames: 'current'
> with usual setter and getter for current
> And as example:
> MisDibujos current: MisDibujos new.
> MisDibujos current inspect
> MisDibujos current at: 'Felinos3' put: ( RWBinaryOrTextStream with:
> (StandardFileStream readOnlyFileNamed: 'Felinos3.jpg')contents) .
> f := Form
> fromBinaryStream: (MisDibujos current at: i )
> Anf if you wish a Morph:
> f asMorph openInWorld
> If you have several .jpg into the .image , you could see the size difference
> on this and saving as usual (as pict into Squeak have .form format, bigger
> as .jpg)
> Hope this help
> Preguntá. Respondé. Descubrí.
> Todo lo que querías saber, y lo que ni imaginabas,
> está en Yahoo! Respuestas (Beta).
> ¡Probalo ya!
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