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Re: image-dired, how does it do the thumbs?

From: Bastien Guerry
Subject: Re: image-dired, how does it do the thumbs?
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2008 17:22:13 +0000
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Andreas Davour <address@hidden> writes:

> But, since I'd like to finish my program as an exercise I'm still a bit
> curious about how image-dired actually creates the thumbnails. Is it
> using an external program to do it, or is it done in elisp? I'm not very
> good as elisp, and am still learning Common Lisp, so I couldn't figure
> it out. 
> Pointers to how to scale pictures in lisp would be nice, if someone
> have them.

image-dired uses convert from the ImageMagick tools suite.

>From image-dired.el :

;; =============
;; * The ImageMagick package.  Currently, `convert' and `mogrify' are
;; used.  Find it here:

And there is this defcustom:

| (defcustom image-dired-cmd-create-thumbnail-program
|   "convert"
|   "Executable used to create thumbnail.
| Used together with `image-dired-cmd-create-thumbnail-options'."
|   :type 'string
|   :group 'image-dired)

I don't know about a lisp utility doing what convert does.


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