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Python3 library for checking whether images are complete.

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The python-iamge-complete package allows you to check for various image types to check whether the image is complete or not. For doing this, it looks for EOF (end of file) markers in the files or compares the stored file length against the actual file length. Can also operate on bytes or BytesIO objects.

Supported file formats:

  • BMP (extension: .bmp)

  • GIF (extension: .gif)

  • JPG (extension: .jpg, .jpeg)

  • PNG (extension: .png)

  • WebP (extension: .webp)


0.0.5 (2023-04-17)

  • added support for lenient mode via strict and check_size parameters

0.0.4 (2023-03-30)

  • added support for determining completeness of bytes or BytesIO objects rather than just file names

  • added is_XYZ methods that determine whether a file/bytes/BytesIO represents file type XYZ

0.0.3 (2023-03-28)

  • added support for: WebP

0.0.2 (2020-01-13)

  • added support for: BMP

0.0.1 (2019-04-17)

  • initial release

  • support for: GIF, JPG, PNG

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