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2003-11-07 05:41:14 by Martin Nilsson <mani@lysator.liu.se>

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Rev: lib/modules/Tools.pmod/AutoDoc.pmod/MirarDocParser.pike:1.25
Rev: lib/modules/Tools.pmod/AutoDoc.pmod/ProcessXML.pmod:1.58
Rev: lib/modules/Tools.pmod/Standalone.pmod/assemble_autodoc.pike:1.28
Rev: refdoc/chapters/appendix_bnf.xml:1.5(DEAD)
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Rev: src/modules/Image/colors.c:1.68
Rev: src/modules/Image/layers.c:1.91

2:   || This file is part of Pike. For copyright information see COPYRIGHT.   || Pike is distributed under GPL, LGPL and MPL. See the file COPYING   || for more information. - || $Id: colors.c,v 1.67 2003/10/13 17:39:08 grubba Exp $ + || $Id: colors.c,v 1.68 2003/11/07 05:28:36 nilsson Exp $   */      /*
68:   **! and saturation and value is given in percent. <i>This is not   **! the same as returned or given to the <ref>hsv</ref>() methods!</i>   **! - **! see also: Image.Color.Color->name, Image.Color.Color->rgb, colors - **! - **! added: - **! pike 0.7 - **! - **! note: - **! <tt>Image.Color["something"]</tt> will never(!) generate an error, - **! but a zero_type 0, if the color is unknown. This is enough - **! to give the error "not present in module", if used - **! as <tt>Image.Color.something</tt>, though. - **! - **! If you are using colors from for instance a webpage, you might - **! want to create the color from <ref>Image.Color.guess</ref>(), - **! since that method is more tolerant for mistakes and errors. - **! - **! <tt>Image.Color</tt>() is case- and space-sensitive. - **! Use <ref>Image.Color.guess</ref>() to catch all variants. - **! - **! and subtract with a space (lower_case(x)-" ") to make - **! sure you get all variants. - **! - **! see also: Image.Color.Color, Image.Color.guess, Image, Image.Colortable - **! - **! appendix Image.Color colors - **! +    **! This table lists all the different named colors available in Image.Color.   **! The first column shows the actual color while the five following columns   **! demonstrates the modifiers neon, light, dark, bright and dull. The color
182:   **!   **! </execute>   **! + **! + **! see also: Image.Color.Color->name, Image.Color.Color->rgb, colors + **! + **! added: + **! pike 0.7 + **! + **! note: + **! <tt>Image.Color["something"]</tt> will never(!) generate an error, + **! but a zero_type 0, if the color is unknown. This is enough + **! to give the error "not present in module", if used + **! as <tt>Image.Color.something</tt>, though. + **! + **! If you are using colors from for instance a webpage, you might + **! want to create the color from <ref>Image.Color.guess</ref>(), + **! since that method is more tolerant for mistakes and errors. + **! + **! <tt>Image.Color</tt>() is case- and space-sensitive. + **! Use <ref>Image.Color.guess</ref>() to catch all variants. + **! + **! and subtract with a space (lower_case(x)-" ") to make + **! sure you get all variants. + **! + **! see also: Image.Color.Color, Image.Color.guess, Image, Image.Colortable + **!   **! class Color   **! This is the color object. It has six readable variables,   **! <tt>r</tt>, <tt>g</tt>, <tt>b</tt>, for the <i>red</i>,
192:      #include "global.h"    - RCSID("$Id: colors.c,v 1.67 2003/10/13 17:39:08 grubba Exp $"); + RCSID("$Id: colors.c,v 1.68 2003/11/07 05:28:36 nilsson Exp $");      #include "image_machine.h"