hsmagick: FFI bindings for the GraphicsMagick library

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FFI bindings for the GraphicsMagick library

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      • Magick
        • Graphics.Transform.Magick.Images
        • Graphics.Transform.Magick.Test
        • Graphics.Transform.Magick.Types


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Versions [RSS] 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5
Dependencies base, directory, filepath, pretty, process [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright (c) Tim Chevalier, 2008
Author Tim Chevalier
Maintainer chevalier@alum.wellesley.edu
Category Graphics
Home page http://community.haskell.org/~tim
Uploaded by TimChevalier at 2008-04-07T21:35:31Z
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Readme for hsmagick-0.1

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This is an incomplete set of FFI bindings for the GraphicsMagick
library. You will need to install GraphicsMagick first -- see:

I have tested these bindings with GraphicsMagick 1.1.10.

The Haddock documentation only includes type signatures so far, and
that's not good enough. However, the API calls should mostly map onto
those documented at:


Tests can be found in:
However, right now all tests are commented out since I didn't have
time to change them to use non-hard-wired file names. I hope it should
be obvious what my intentions were. A less ad hoc test framework would
be better yet.

Please submit bug reports, questions, feedback, complaints, praise,
and especially patches (including documentation patches) to me at:


I did a lot of this work during the second Haskell Hackathon (Hac II
'07) in Freiburg in September 2007. I'd like to thank all the
attendees at Hac II for their moral support, particularly Duncan
Coutts for help with the FFI, as well as: Mark Jones, the members of
the Portland Functional Programming Study Group, and David MacIver,
for their encouragement.

  -- Tim Chevalier
     Portland, Oregon
     April 6, 2008