Python Substitute for PHP GD, Resizing an image on the client side
brahmaforces at gmail.com
Wed Aug 20 13:05:09 CEST 2008
The file browse button will get me a filename on the client machine.
You are saying post will transfer the file itself? I am using straight
cherrypy no turbo gears etc, so ill have to do manually.
searching. Would appreciate some code since you mention you have
already done this...Thanks for your help
On Aug 19, 1:46 pm, "Diez B. Roggisch" <de... at nospam.web.de> wrote:
> > rectangle bit" and uploading to the server.
> I've based my work in this field on some freely available JS, but don't know
> what it was called. Google is your friend here.
> > Also incidentally is ftp
> > or put the recommended way to go for uploading the reduced image to
> > the server?
> In the same way any other uploading is done in browsers when a website is
> involved: using HTTP POST. Use the <input type="file">-tag, and make sure
> the server-side will store a transmitted file properly. Frameworks such as
> TurboGears (1 or 2) and Django will do that for you.
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