Ruby Pixels 0.0.1
File ID: 107085
Ruby Pixels 0.0.1 Description
Description: Ruby Pixels allows you to read and write RGB/RGBA pixel data stored in uncompressed TGA (Targa) image files without consuming large amounts of memory.
Related: Files, consuming, Large, Memory, amounts, Image, Targa, Write, rgbrgba, pixel, Uncompressed, stored, Pixels
O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X
File Size: 20.5 KB
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