1. 25 May, 2014 1 commit
  2. 21 May, 2014 1 commit
    • Øyvind "pippin" Kolås's avatar
      operations: normalize labels · 0633a556
      Øyvind "pippin" Kolås authored
      The strings are to be used in UI labels, and - at least the english version -
      in the Operation reference; they shouldn't be capitalized as if they were
  3. 20 May, 2014 1 commit
  4. 01 Dec, 2013 1 commit
    • Daniel Sabo's avatar
      Move gegl.h declarations into their own headers. · 90e5935f
      Daniel Sabo authored
      gegl-init.c -> gegl-init.h
      gegl-apply.c -> gegl-apply.h
      gegl-processor.c -> process/gegl-processor.h
      gegl-c.c -> gegl-c.h
      gegl-node.c -> graph/gegl-node.h
      misc -> gegl-operations-util.h
      gegl-c.h is intentionally left out of the documentation
      list because it contains only deprecated functions.
      The functions in gegl-operations-util.h are still duplicate
      definitions, but moving them to another file for now is
      necessary to fix the ordering of the documentation html files.
      There is a guard against directly including gegl-operations-util.h
      because its future is uncertain and it shouldn't be included
      directly even in internal code.
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  13. 11 Aug, 2010 1 commit
    • Danny Robson's avatar
      Added exposure combiner, and support tool, for HDR · 5bd83227
      Danny Robson authored
      The exp-combine operation takes n input pads named 'exposure-%u'. They
      are used to estimate the camera response function, and rebuild a
      representative high range image.
      The exp_combine tool takes an output, and a series of input and EV
      exposure pairs. It uses the exp-combine operator to produce a high
      range output. This tool has a dependency to libexiv2, for which checks
      have been added to configure.
      A regression test is also included, wrapped in a shell script. If
      libexiv2 is not present, the test will be skipped (and not fail).
      NOTE: make check fails on some platforms, we need to fix this
      somehow. Maybe add relative error tolerance in img_cmp?