|LateNightHacking Louis Projects 2004||Auth|
2004-01-17 : A chance to work on a bit of a project, finally!
OK, so my photo album has been hanging over my head for years. I have all these ideas, but I never get around to writing anything. One of the things that I've been sorely lacking is an automated way to create thumbnail images. Now, I created a teeny app back in 2002 called imagesize that could report the size of an image file, using GDI+ as the graphics library. I decided it would be a perfect base to expand on to create a resizer.
I pulled in some old (1999) C++ helper files, so the style is a little mixed (old and new).
But I created a new experiment for error handling: a
ErrorCode that keeps both the code and the type. That way I can have
HRESULTs, Win32 error codes, and
Gdiplus::Statuss all mixed together
and handle things uniformly. This project is too small to be more than a proof of concept - it
would be insteresting to see if this idea holds up to a larger project.
I got badly burned in 2002 by another app I had that was supposed to resize images. I hit a bug and it corrupted all the images I was trying to generate thumbnails for. I wrote this one such that it is very diffucult to accidently overwrite the originals.
I'm starting to get the hang of Visual Studio 7. :)
imagemanip /? /size:<filename> /resize /in:<filename> /out:<filename> /width:<size> /height:<size> [/quality:<num>] [/overwrite] [/overwriteSource] ? - this help screen. size - print out the dimensions of the specified image in "<width> <height>" format. resize - resize the specified image. in - (required) input filename. out - (required) output filename. width - (required) width of output file, between 1 and 5000. height - (required) height of output file, between 1 and 5000. quality - (optional) quality of compressed image, between 0 (worst, most compressed) and 100 (best, least compressed), defaults to 85. overwrite - (optional) allows the target file to be overwritten if it already exists. Not allowed by default. overwriteSource - (optional) allows the source file to be overwritten as the target. Not allowed by default.
You can get the source via anonymous CVS at
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/code-cvsroot co 2004/imagemanip
|Louis K. Thomas <loui sth@hotm ail.co m>||Auth||2004-01-17 (4965 days ago)|