Image::Robohash - Headless library to generate Robohash images
use Image::Robohash; my $robot = Image::Robohash->new( app_path => '/path/to/robohash_package', req_string => $string, req_set => 'set1', req_bgset => 'bg1', req_size => '100x100', req_ignoreext => 1, req_ext => 'png' ); $robot->image->Write( '/path/to/image.png' );
Image::Robohash is a Perl port of the Robohash library in Python. It creates images locally using a local copy of the Robohash image files available on GitHub (https://github.com/e1ven/Robohash).
In addition to this library, an example Mojolicious webapp and template are available to run a Robohash mirror. These files are currently available from the author and may be released in this distribution in the future.
This library does not generate Robohash.org URLs.
No functions are exported.
Returns a Graphics::Magick object for the current robot image.
John Wang (http://johnwang.com).
Colin Davis created Robohash.org project in Python upon which this code is based. Thanks to Colin for updating the Robohash.org code to support cross-machine robot compability based on work in this project.
Copyright (c) 2011 John Wang
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