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#!perl -w
use Imager qw(:all);
use strict;
use Test::More tests=>46;
use Imager::Test qw(is_color4 is_image);
init_log("testout/t108tga.log",1);
my $img = create_test_image();
my $base_diff = 0;
write_test($img, "testout/t108_24bit.tga", 0, 0, "");
write_test($img, "testout/t108_24bit_rle.tga", 0, 1, "");
write_test($img, "testout/t108_15bit.tga", 1, 1, "");
write_test($img, "testout/t108_15bit_rle.tga", 1, 1, "");
# 'webmap' is noticably faster than the default
my $im8 = Imager::i_img_to_pal($img, { make_colors=>'webmap',
translate=>'errdiff'});
write_test($im8, "testout/t108_8bit.tga", 0, 0, "");
write_test($im8, "testout/t108_8bit_rle.tga", 0, 1, "");
write_test($im8, "testout/t108_8_15bit.tga", 1, 0, "");
write_test($im8, "testout/t108_8_15bit_rle.tga", 1, 1, "");
# use a fixed palette so we get reproducible results for the compressed
# version
my @bit4 = map { NC($_) }
qw(605844 966600 0148b2 00f800 bf0a33 5e009e
2ead1b 0000f8 004b01 fd0000 0e1695 000002);
my @bit1 = (NC(0, 0, 0), NC(176, 160, 144));
my $im4 = Imager::i_img_to_pal($img, { colors=>\@bit4,
make_colors=>'none' });
my $im1 = Imager::i_img_to_pal($img, { colors=>\@bit1,
make_colors=>'none',
translate=>'errdiff' });
write_test($im4, "testout/t108_4bit.tga", 0, 1, "");
write_test($im1, "testout/t108_1bit.tga", 0, 1, "This is a comment!");
read_test("testout/t108_24bit.tga", $img);
read_test("testout/t108_8bit.tga", $im8);
read_test("testout/t108_4bit.tga", $im4);
read_test("testout/t108_1bit.tga", $im1);
# the following might have slight differences
$base_diff = i_img_diff($img, $im8) * 2;
print "# base difference $base_diff\n";
my $imoo = Imager->new;
ok($imoo->read(file=>'testout/t108_24bit.tga'),
"OO read image")
or print "# ",$imoo->errstr,"\n";
ok($imoo->write(file=>'testout/t108_oo.tga'),
"OO write image")
or print "# ",$imoo->errstr,"\n";
my ($type) = $imoo->tags(name=>'i_format');
is($type, 'tga', "check i_format tag");
# in 0.44 and earlier, reading an image with an idstring of 128 or more
# bytes would result in an allocation error, if the platform char type
# was signed
$imoo = Imager->new;
ok($imoo->read(file=>'testimg/longid.tga'), "read long id image");
my ($id) = $imoo->tags(name=>'tga_idstring');
is($id, "X" x 128, "check tga_idstring tag");
my ($bitspp) = $imoo->tags(name=>'tga_bitspp');
is($bitspp, 24, "check tga_bitspp tag");
my ($compressed) = $imoo->tags(name=>'compressed');
is($compressed, 1, "check compressed tag");
{ # check file limits are checked
my $limit_file = "testout/t108_24bit.tga";
ok(Imager->set_file_limits(reset=>1, width=>149), "set width limit 149");
my $im = Imager->new;
ok(!$im->read(file=>$limit_file),
"should fail read due to size limits");
print "# ",$im->errstr,"\n";
like($im->errstr, qr/image width/, "check message");
ok(Imager->set_file_limits(reset=>1, height=>149), "set height limit 149");
ok(!$im->read(file=>$limit_file),
"should fail read due to size limits");
print "# ",$im->errstr,"\n";
like($im->errstr, qr/image height/, "check message");
ok(Imager->set_file_limits(reset=>1, width=>150), "set width limit 150");
ok($im->read(file=>$limit_file),
"should succeed - just inside width limit");
ok(Imager->set_file_limits(reset=>1, height=>150), "set height limit 150");
ok($im->read(file=>$limit_file),
"should succeed - just inside height limit");
# 150 x 150 x 3 channel image uses 67500 bytes
ok(Imager->set_file_limits(reset=>1, bytes=>67499),
"set bytes limit 67499");
ok(!$im->read(file=>$limit_file),
"should fail - too many bytes");
print "# ",$im->errstr,"\n";
like($im->errstr, qr/storage size/, "check error message");
ok(Imager->set_file_limits(reset=>1, bytes=>67500),
"set bytes limit 67500");
ok($im->read(file=>$limit_file),
"should succeed - just inside bytes limit");
Imager->set_file_limits(reset=>1);
}
{ # Issue # 18397
# the issue is for 4 channel images to jpeg, but 2 channel images have
# a similar problem on tga
my $im = Imager->new(xsize=>100, ysize=>100, channels => 2);
my $data;
ok(!$im->write(data => \$data, type=>'tga'),
"check failure of writing a 2 channel image");
is($im->errstr, "Cannot store 2 channel image in targa format",
"check the error message");
}
{
ok(grep($_ eq 'tga', Imager->read_types), "check tga in read types");
ok(grep($_ eq 'tga', Imager->write_types), "check tga in write types");
}
{ # Issue #32926
# a sample image was read as all transparent
# it had bitsperpixel = 16 and atribute channel set to 1, so it
# should have an alpha channel.
# So we'll do what the gimp does and treat a zero value as opaque.
my $im = Imager->new;
ok($im->read(file => 'testimg/alpha16.tga'),
"read 16-bit/pixel alpha image");
my $c1 = $im->getpixel('x' => 0, 'y' => 0);
is_color4($c1, 0, 0, 0, 0, "check transparent pixel");
my $c2 = $im->getpixel('x' => 19, 'y' => 0);
is_color4($c2, 255, 0, 0, 255, "check opaque pixel");
# since this has an effect on writing too, write,it, read it, check it
my $data;
ok($im->write(data => \$data, type => 'tga', wierdpack => 1),
"write 16-bit/pixel w/alpha");
my $im2 = Imager->new;
ok($im2->read(data => $data), "read it back");
is_image($im, $im2, "check they match");
}
sub write_test {
my ($im, $filename, $wierdpack, $compress, $idstring) = @_;
local *FH;
if (open FH, "> $filename") {
binmode FH;
my $IO = Imager::io_new_fd(fileno(FH));
ok(Imager::i_writetga_wiol($im, $IO, $wierdpack, $compress, $idstring),
"write $filename")
or print "# ",Imager->_error_as_msg(),"\n";
undef $IO;
close FH;
} else {
fail("write $filename: open failed: $!");
}
}
sub read_test {
my ($filename, $im, %tags) = @_;
local *FH;
if (open FH, "< $filename") {
binmode FH;
my $IO = Imager::io_new_fd(fileno(FH));
my $im_read = Imager::i_readtga_wiol($IO,-1);
if ($im_read) {
my $diff = i_img_diff($im, $im_read);
cmp_ok($diff, '<=', $base_diff,
"check read image vs original");
} else {
fail("read $filename ".Imager->_error_as_msg());
}
undef $IO;
close FH;
} else {
fail("read $filename, open failure: $!");
}
}
sub create_test_image {
my $green = i_color_new(0,255,0,255);
my $blue = i_color_new(0,0,255,255);
my $red = i_color_new(255,0,0,255);
my $img = Imager::ImgRaw::new(150,150,3);
i_box_filled($img, 70, 25, 130, 125, $green);
i_box_filled($img, 20, 25, 80, 125, $blue);
i_arc($img, 75, 75, 30, 0, 361, $red);
i_conv($img, [0.1, 0.2, 0.4, 0.2, 0.1]);
return $img;
}
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