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PostScript::Report::Image - Include an EPS file
This document describes version 0.06 of PostScript::Report::Image, released May 4, 2013 as part of PostScript-Report version 0.12.
This Component allows you to include an EPS file in your report. Most vector-based drawing programs can save in EPS format. You can also convert bitmap images to EPS using a program like ImageMagick (http://www.imagemagick.org), but vector-based formats will generally give you better quality and smaller files.
An Image has all the normal component attributes, including
If you specify
height but not
width (or vice versa), the missing attribute is calculated based on the image's size, the attribute you did provide, and the
If you specify neither
width, then both are calculated based on the image size and the
align controls the horizontal alignment of the image. (Unless it was unable to find the BoundingBox of the EPS file, in which case left alignment is forced.)
The name of the file to include. If you give a relative path, it will be converted to an absolute path. Required.
This is the factor by which the image will be scaled. If you supply an explicit
width, but no
scale, then the scale will be calculated to make the image fit in the specified dimensions (based on the BoundingBox in the EPS file). Otherwise, the scale defaults to 1 (actual size). Numbers greater than 1 make the image larger.
Since it is non-trivial to turn an EPS file into a PostScript procedure, the image file is included every time the component is drawn. This is no problem when the image appears only once in a report header or footer, but an image in a page header or footer can significantly increase the file size.
Christopher J. Madsen
<perl AT cjmweb.net>
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
<bug-PostScript-Report AT rt.cpan.org> or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/Public/Bug/Report.html?Queue=PostScript-Report.
You can follow or contribute to PostScript-Report's development at http://github.com/madsen/postscript-report.
I'd like to thank Micro Technology Services, Inc. http://www.mitsi.com, who sponsored development of PostScript-Report, and fREW Schmidt, who recommended me for the job. It wouldn't have happened without them.
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Christopher J. Madsen.
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