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Date Posted: 18:44:29 04/26/03 Sat
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: TIFF L*a*b and color images
In reply to: glup 's message, "Re: TIFF L*a*b and color images" on 06:15:32 04/23/03 Wed

Hi Glup,

You don't need to compile and C code. The function calls are defined in EnCLib.Pas. Look at EnTifGr.Pas for examples.

LibTiff is compiled to OBJ files, and EnCLib.Pas calls the functions in the OBJs.

Best regards,


>>The only way would be to bypass TTiffGraphic, and use
>>the LibTiff API directly. EnTifGr.Pas is a starting
>>point, but you should really check out the
>>www.libtiff.org documentation.
>Hmm... which version of libtiff is used for
>TTiffGraphic? I do not have a C(++) compiler.

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