I would like it to be a community page entry with a link, since I think
this will allow for easier additions to the project. (At least easier
I also welcome all to comment, criticize, and question my coding style. :)
On 09/19/2016 06:30 AM, Juergen Sauermann wrote:
yes, we can!
You should think about whether you want a community page entry (which
would then be a link
to your git repository) or a HTML workspace file in the "Bits and
Pieces" directory (which can
then be cut-and-pasted directly into GNU APL).
On 09/18/2016 02:27 AM, Alex Weiner wrote:
Please enjoy this link to a library I wrote. It allows APLers to read
images into the APL environment. The returned data structure is a
three dimensional matrix, where each plane represents a sub-pixel.
Additionally, you can take a 3×X×Y sized matrix and write it as a
.bmp file. Support is very limited at this time. This is documented
in the README. The goal of this library is meant to assist in getting
images in and out of APL, and not for processing images within APL
(for example computer vision algorithms, or resizing an image).
Can this be added to the Community page
(https://www.gnu.org/software/apl/Community.html) ? If I am missing
some standards that would prevent it's inclusion, I will gladly edit
the project to conformity.