[PYTHON IMAGE-SIG] docs for ImagePath? (and a bug)
Anthony Baxter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mon, 12 May 1997 10:59:21 +1000
>>> Fredrik Lundh wrote
> Cannot wait for official releases, can you ;-)
Hey, I _tried_ to convince people here that I should be able to leave
the project for a few weeks until PIL 0.2 came out, but they were most
> As far as I could tell, you got it all right. And what you describe
> won't change much in 0.2b5, so feel free to start using it.
Good - because I already have been using it.
I figured that most of the ImagePath code will stay the same, because you
use it all over the place, and you'd have to change lots of code :)
> - faster paste operations (including some magic to greatly speed up
> crop/paste sequences)
> Now, if I only could get around to fix the palette stuff, the next
> release will be 0.2 final.
What sort of things do you want in the Palette module? Can other people
help out here?
> PS. "city block distance?" Yep, that's what you get when you have to
> drive around the block, instead of walking across the park. The
> distance between (0,0) and (1,1) is thus 2.
Ah, ok. You've obviously never driven in Brisbane, where every single
central street is one way. The distance between (0,0) and (1,1) can be
anything from 2 to 20. :)
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