Alien::CImg - CImg distribution for CPAN.
This is a Alien distribution based on Alien::Base, class methods such as cflags and libs are inherited from there. See the documentation for Alien::Base for full list of methods. This module does not override or extend any of those inherited methods.
Quote from the cimg website
CImg stands for Cool Image : It is easy to use, efficient and is intended to be a very pleasant toolbox to design image processing algorithms in C++. Due to its generic conception, it can cover a wide range of image processing applications.
The CImg distribution is only a .h file CImg.h, the way you use it is to just include it in your C/C++ source code.
If you are authoring a CPAN distribution that requires CImg, you could get the cflags by running this palien command:
palien --cflags Alien::CImg
Or alternativly, this one-liner:
perl -MAlien::CImg -E 'say Alien::CImg->cflags'
Since CImg installation only contains source code, it does not require linking. So there is no need for a -lcimg command flag.
See also palien and Alien::Base
Kang-min Liu <email@example.com>
To install Alien::CImg, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.