show image in python
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Fri Mar 12 12:44:27 CET 2010
Philip Semanchuk wrote:
> On Mar 10, 2010, at 5:03 PM, mohamed issolah wrote:
>> Hey, This is my program
>> 18 def Creeimg():
>> 19 """transforme matrice en image"""
>> 20 img = Image.new ("L",(8,8))
>> 21 matrix = [0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0]
>> 22 img.putdata(matrix)
>> 23 img.show()
>> 24 img.save(fp="./ana.bmp")
>> My probeleme : In line 23 "img.show()" Don't work, normally I show the
Image show is implemented rather half heartedly (at least on linux)
a potential reasons is:
- you didn not install the correct image viewer tool (You should see an
error message though". Then you could try to install the tool, that
python did not find.
depending on the platform, you might have bugs, that don't allow to view
more than one image at a time / etc.
potentially you might be better of by just using
a hand rolled os.system()
or subprocess.Popen call
>> but it's not work, but strangely in line 24 "img.save(fp="./ana.bmp")"
>> WHERE IS THE PROBLEME.
>> I have this error in shell : "(eog:3176): GLib-WARNING **: GError set
>> the top of a previous GError or uninitialized memory.
>> This indicates a bug in someone's code. You must ensure an error is NULL
>> before it's set.
>> The overwriting error message was: Error in getting image file info "
>> os: ubuntu 9.10
> Hi issolah,
> I don't know what your problem is but I have a few suggestions --
> 1) You say that img.show() doesn't work. How does it fail? Is that where
> you get the GLib warning?
> 2) I'm glad you posted your code, but because it has line numbers, it's
> awkward to copy & paste into a local example. Please show your code
> without line numbers.
> I'm unfamiliar with PIL, so this is just a wild guess, but based on the
> GLib error it seems like you haven't initialized something properly.
> Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Maybe someone who knows more will answer.
> Good luck
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