To install this package, run in Emacs:
M-x package-install RET xpm RET
This package makes editing XPM images easy (and maybe fun). Editing is done directly on the (textual) image format, for maximal cohesion w/ the Emacs Way. Coordinates have the form (X . Y), with X from 0 to (width-1), and Y from 0 to (height-1), inclusive, in the 4th quadrant; i.e., X grows left to right, Y top to bottom, origin top-left. (0,0) … (width-1,0) ⋮ ⋮ (0,height-1) … (width-1,height-1) In xpm.el (et al), "px" stands for "pixel", a non-empty string in the external representation of the image. The px length is the image's "cpp" (characters per pixel). The "palette" is a set of associations between a px and its "color", which is an alist with symbolic TYPE and and string CVALUE. TYPE is one of: c -- color (most common) s -- symbolic g -- grayscale g4 -- four-level grayscale m -- monochrome and CVALUE is a string, e.g., "blue" or "#0000FF". Two images are "congruent" if their width, height and cpp are identical. This package was originally conceived for non-interactive use, so its design is spartan at the core. However, we plan to add a XPM mode in a future release; monitor the homepage for updates. For now, the features (w/ correspondingly-named files) are: - xpm -- edit XPM images - xpm-m2z -- ellipse/circle w/ fractional center Some things are autoloaded. Which ones? Use the source, Luke! (Alternatively, just ask on help-gnu-emacs (at gnu dot org).)
NEWS for xpm.el (et al) See the end for copying conditions. - 1.0.5 | 2021-12-19 - use U+2018, U+2019 more - use https for URLs (including homepage) - 1.0.4 | 2017-02-17 - fixed syntax error in ‘defstruct’ usage (how did it work before?!) - new THANKS file - 1.0.3 | 2014-06-13 - improved docstrings - 1.0.2 | 2014-05-30 - new homepage: http://www.gnuvola.org/software/xpm/ - 1.0.1 | 2014-05-21 - byte-compilation bugfix - 1.0.0 | 2014-05-18 - initial release Local Variables: mode: outline outline-regexp: "\\([ ][ ]\\)*- " End: _____________________________________________________________________ Copyright (C) 2014-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc. Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved.