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Project Description
dimensions
==========

A pure Python library for reading the width and height of images.

installation
------------

`pip install dimensions`

Done.

usage
-----

For a single image:

> dimensions src/sample.png
src/sample.png
width: 405
height: 239
content_type: image/png

Wildcards also work (escape \* in markdown for PyPi RST...):

> dimensions src/\*.png
src/sample.png
width: 405
height: 239
content_type: image/png
src/sample2.png
width: 473
height: 469
content_type: image/png

As always, full details are available via `dimensions -h`.

In Python code, simply call `dimensions.dimensions`. If you provide a
sequence of filenames, you get back a sequence of tuples; if you provide
just a single filename, you get back a single tuple.

import dimensions
dims = dimensions.dimensions('./src/sample.png')
# (405, 239, 'image/png', './src/sample.png')

future
------

- release newer version to PyPi
Release History

Release History

0.0.2

This version

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0.0.1

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dimensions-0.0.2.tar.gz (3.5 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source Feb 19, 2013

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