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NAME

Text::Amuse::Output::Image -- class to manage images

SYNOPSIS

The module is used internally by Text::Amuse, so everything here is pretty much internal only (and underdocumented).

CONSTRUCTORS

new(filename => "hello.png", width => 50, wrap => 'l')

Constructor. Accepts three options: filename, width, as a integer in percent, and wrap, as a string denoting the position. filename is mandatory.

These arguments are saved in the objects and can be accessed with:

METHODS

filename
width
wrap

If 'l', the float will wrap on the left, if 'r' will wrap on the right, if 'f' it's not floating, but it's intended as fullpage (will insert a clearpage after the image). This is handy if there is some long series of images without text.

fmt
desc

Please note that we concatenate the caption as is. It's up to the caller to pass an escaped string.

Formatters

width_html

Width in percent

width_latex

Width as '0.25\textwidth'

as_latex

The LaTeX code for the image. Right and left floats uses the wrapfigure packages. To full page floats a \clearpage is appended.

as_html

The HTML code for the image. Classes used:

  img.embedimg {
      margin: 1em;
  }

  div.image, div.float_image_f {
      margin: 1em;
      text-align: center;
      padding: 3px;
      background-color: white;
  }

  div.float_image_r {
      float: right;
  }

  div.float_image_l {
      float: left;
  }

  div.float_image_f {
      clear: both;
      margin-left: auto;
      margin-right: auto;
  }
output

Given that we know the format, just return the right one, using as_html or as_latex.