[Image-SIG] PIL Image.load() doesn't return pixel array
fredrik at pythonware.com
Mon Mar 3 22:25:24 CET 2008
Christopher Brooks wrote:
> I've been using PIL a fair bit lately and am really liking it - it's great
> to have such a library available. The docs suggest that im.load() should
> return a pixel access object, but this doesn't actually seem to always work.
> Sometimes I get the object, sometimes I get a None back.
> In particular, it seems when I take an image, run a crop() on it, then a
> load() on it, I'll tend to get the None back. I can probably drum up an
> example of this if it is useful, but I'm wondering if there are any caveats
> of the load() method that are not listed in the docs?
it's a known bug in the "lazy crop" class. here's a patch:
--- PIL/Image.py (revision 3324)
+++ PIL/Image.py (revision 3325)
@@ -1645,6 +1645,9 @@
self.im = self.im.crop(self.__crop)
self.__crop = None
+ if self.im:
+ return self.im.pixel_access(self.readonly)
# FIXME: future versions should optimize crop/paste
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