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I'm preparing the next release of RMagick. Are enough people still using 1.6.7 and 1.6.8 that I need to test with those versions?...

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    Default What Ruby versions are still active?

    I'm preparing the next release of RMagick. Are enough people still
    using 1.6.7 and 1.6.8 that I need to test with those versions?
    Tim Guest

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    Default Re: What Ruby versions are still active?

    Tim Hunter wrote:
     
    Rootr.net, my isp is using 1.6x. I think there are a few of us there
    using ruby. However, I dont think they are supporting it until the
    upgrade to the next version anyway.
    So it may not be a problem. I for one can wait. Nice product!

    Paul


    paul Guest

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    Default Re: What Ruby versions are still active?

    My webhost is running 1.6.x, and Apple still hasn't updated to 1.8.x
    (you listening, Apple?!?). But then, I can compile 1.8 on my webhost if
    I need to, and I already have it compiled for when I need it at home.
    :)

    On Feb 10, 2004, at 5:04 AM, Tim Hunter wrote:
     



    Mark Guest

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    Default Re: What Ruby versions are still active?

    Tim Hunter wrote:
     

    I don't know if it's possible, but a really useful function which would
    be similar to convolve but add some extra functionality, is if a
    function was written yields the area you would otherwise convolve over,
    and whatever your function returns it takes as the central value. So if
    you had a 100x100 pixel image,

    and you called say

    imagemap(5,5) do |area|
    max = 0
    min = 255
    5.times do |i|
    5.times do |j|
    max = max(area[i,j],max)
    min = min(area[i,j],min)
    end
    end
    max - area[i,j] > area[i,j] - min ? min : max
    end

    where area would be a Matrix I guess or nested arrays, though the Matrix
    would probably be nicer. That or just a function that directly returns
    a Matrix like accessor to the raw image data, but saves to it still
    change the original data.

    Something like that would be nice anyway, RMagick is nice cause it
    understands all the image formats, but it seems like it would be nice to
    have some direct image pixel manipulation, not just the line drawing system.

    Matrix style accessors instead of the flat arrays would be nice overall
    though.

    Charlie
    Charles Guest

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