imgsize - read the dimensions of an image in several popular formats
imgsize [ -r | -a | -f fmt ] file [ file ... ]
No-brainer to size an image supplied on the command-line. All the real work is done in Image::Size.
imgsize expects file names on the command-line. If more than one file is provided, the file name will be included in the output:
% imgsize dot.gif width="16" height="16" % imgsize dot.gif dash.gif dot.gif: width="16" height="16" dash.gif: width="32" height="8"
By default, the width and height are returned as attributes for an IMG tag in HTML, essentially
width="40" height="30" or similar. The following options may be used to return alternate formats (all report width first, then height):
Return "raw" format data. Just the numbers separated by a single space.
Return a Perl-style list of attributes suitable for passing to the
img() method of the CGI module (see CGI).
Pass the string specified in fmt to
sprintf and thus use it to format the results to your taste.
sprintf will be passed two numbers, so any other formatting directives will be lost. The numbers are passed as width first, then height.
imgsize always exits
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-image-size at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Image-Size. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
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Randy J. Ray