This package includes code to import/export the texgz image format into Gimp (via a plugin) or other apps. The texgz format is specifically designed to work well with OpenGL ES and uses zlib for lossless compression. The following formats are supported by texgz:
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additional file types
For convenience the texgz library can also import/export these file types.
A conversion utility that also serves as an example for using the texgz library.
Convert png images exported by OSM in the directory layout localhost/osm/zoom/xj/yi.png to the directory layout osm/zoom/x_y.pak as RGBA-4444 texgz images.
A conversion utility that unpacks/untiles compressed texgz images from a pak file. The source file is expected to have 8x8 tiles of 256x256 textures. This is the format used by osm textures.
example using texgz as a texture in OpenGL ES
// width/height may not equal stride/vstride for power-of-two textures // and you may need to adjust texture coordinates accordingly texgz_tex_t* tex = texgz_tex_import("sample.texgz"); glTexImage2D(GL_TEXTURE_2D, 0, tex->format, tex->stride, tex->vstride, 0, tex->format, tex->type, tex->pixels); texgz_tex_delete(tex);
example using texgz to save a screenshot in OpenGL ES
glPixelStorei(GL_UNPACK_ALIGNMENT, 1); glGetIntegerv(GL_IMPLEMENTATION_COLOR_READ_FORMAT, &format); glGetIntegerv(GL_IMPLEMENTATION_COLOR_READ_TYPE, &type); texgz_tex_t* tex = texgz_tex_new(width, height, width, height, type, format, NULL); glReadPixels(0, 0, width, height, format, type, (void*) tex->pixels); texgz_tex_flipvertical(tex); texgz_tex_export(tex, "sample.texgz"); texgz_tex_delete(&tex);
http://developer.gimp.org/api/2.0/libgimp/libgimp.html # Gimp documentation is difficult to search on the website but you can # enter the following search string in Google as a workaround site:http://developer.gimp.org <function> # texgz plugin was based loosely on the pnm plugin http://gimp.sourcearchive.com/documentation/2.6.5/file-pnm_8c-source.html
install the Gimp plugin
# requires libgimp2.0-dev sudo apt-get install libgimp2.0-dev export LIBS=-lz ./build-plugin.sh
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