[NTG-context] [OT] \internalfigure

luigi scarso luigi.scarso at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 00:33:05 CET 2007


On Nov 21, 2007 12:26 AM, Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl> wrote:

> luigi scarso wrote:
> > We all know that exists \externalfigure[...][...]
> > Now, suppose I'm able to make a buffer with raw data,
> > something like
> > \Raw{<89>PNG^M
> > ^Z
> > ^@^@^@^MIHDR^@^@^@
> > ^@^@^@
> > ^H^B^@^@^@^BPXê^@^@^@^AsRGB^@(R)Î^\é^@^@^@
> > pHYs^@^@^K^S^@^@^K^S^A^@<9a><9c>^X^@^@^@^GtIME^G×^K^T^V^W
> > ^O°<94>^^^@^@^@^YtEXtComment^@Created with
> >
> GIMPW<81>^N^W^@^@^@^MIDAT^XÓc`^X^E¤^C^@^A6^@^A^ZÕ<8d>^W^@^@^@^@IEND(R)B`<82>}
> > (it's a black png 10x10 pixel, in attach.)
> > How can I use it with, let's say
> > \internalfigure[\Raw][...] ?
> > Of course, write it down to a temp file and then use
> > \externalfigure[temp][..],
> > but I would like to avoid this way .
>
> you mean that the bytes should become an image?
>
yes, exactly so

>
> well, you can try some pdf magic using inline image date in hex format
> or so, but i never looked into that
>
a little suggestion .....?


-- 
luigi
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