Image::Base::Wx::DC -- draw into a Wx::DC
use Image::Base::Wx::DC; my $image = Image::Base::Wx::DC->new (-dc => $dc); $image->line (0,0, 99,99, '#FF00FF'); $image->rectangle (10,10, 20,15, 'white');
Image::Base::Wx::DC is a subclass of
Image::Base to draw into a
Wx::DC does much more than
Image::Base but if you have some generic pixel twiddling code for
Image::Base then this class can point it at Wx for a window or printer paint, etc.
Image::Base::Wx::Bitmap for a subclass drawing into
Wx::Bitmap with file loading and saving too.
Colour names are anything recognised by
Wx::Colour->new(), which as per its
Set() method means
"pink" names per wxColourDatabase "#RRGGBB" 2 digit hex "RGB(r,g,b)" decimal 0 to 255
1,3 or 4 digit hex are platform dependent. They work under Gtk, but not under MS-Windows.
The colour is applied to the "pen" in the
-dc, and for filling to the "brush" too. The pen is also set to
wxCAP_PROJECTING to ensure the last pixel is drawn for
line(). That might be an artifact of the X11 pixel rule "on the boundary above or left", but in any case gets the right effect.
If the colour etc in the
-dc is changed elsewhere then what
Image::Base::Wx::DC thinks it has set will be invalid. Set
-dc into the
$image again to reset.
See "FUNCTIONS" in Image::Base for the behaviour common to all Image-Base classes.
$image = Image::Base::Wx::DC->new (key=>value,...)
Create and return a new image object. A
-dc parameter must be given,
$image = Image::Base::Wx::DC->new (-dc => $dc);
Further parameters are applied per
set (see "ATTRIBUTES" below).
$image->xy ($x, $y, $colour)
Get or set the pixel at
Getting a pixel is per
GetPixel(). In the current code colours are returned in "#RRGGBB" form (
The target dc.
The size of the DC's target, as per
Copyright 2012 Kevin Ryde
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