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tBDW was developed to be a scriptable interface for Project Dogwaffle. It provide an environment for experimenting with image processing algorithms, using thinBasic.
thinBasic is a powerful yet easy to use scripting language by Eros Olmi. Everyone familiar with any BASIC-like syntax will found himself at home writing code in thinBasic. tBDW is derived by another project of mine, DogLua witch in turn was largely inspired by gluas, by OEyvind Kolaas.
First, You need to have thinBasic installed. Then, it’s just a matter of being sure that the tBDW.DLL can be found by thinBasic. The DLL can be simply put in the same folder of the script(s) to be executed, for example. If Project Dogwaffle is running, the included reverse.tbasic sample should be working right away, simply after unzipping this package.
The file tBDW_keywords.txt contains all the keywords currently implemented by tBDW; to get syntax hilighting in the thinAir editor, simply add its contents to the thinbasic\thinAir\Syntax\BASKeyWords.txt file.









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tBDW 2022 Crack is a simple image processing module providing functions to resize, rotate and convert images. It is coded using a language that compiles to bytecode and execution can be as fast as using a normal BASIC-like script, as thinBasic is able to run the interpreter directly at execution time.
The module have a lot of functions, all documented, with some being especially useful in case of multiple image processing at the same time.
– Resize: Input and output images, and only-width, only-height and keep-aspect options.
– Rotate: Input image, degree, width and height options.
– Convert: Input and output image, with options to format as PPM, JPEG, PNG, GIF or BMP and to make grayscale, binary, indexed, transparency, png32, gif32, or bmp32 images.
– OCR: Input and output image, with options to make PNG, JPEG or BMP images with OCR-text.
– Write PNG: Input image with options to make PNG, JPEG or BMP images with OCR-text.
– Write GIF: Input image with options to make GIF images with OCR-text.
– AutoExpand: Input image, with option to automatically expand image into the largest pixel area.
– Thinning: Input image, with options to make a thin image by a given width, height and average of black and white pixels.
– Dump: Output image to a file in a specific format.
– Scale: Input image with options to make a scaled image, based on a reference image.
– Merge: Input image, with options to make a scaled image by merging with another image.
– Interpolation: Input image, with options to make an interpolated image.
– Copy: Input image, with options to copy the input image to the output one.
– Pixels: Input image, with options to get/set all pixels.
– PixTome: Input image, with options to get/set only the most important pixels.
– Dimensions: Input image, with options to get/set the width, height, diagonal and area of the image.
– Mapping: Input image, with options to get/set the actual pixels of a set of pixels.
– Density: Input image, with options to get/set the number of pixels.
– Blur: Input image, with options to get

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The KEYMACRO keyword is used to define a high level function, based on a given macro definition. The first argument is a function name, and the macro is the second argument, e.g. -mfun(“sphere”,”radius”). The third argument is the place where the macro will be evaluated, e.g. -mfun(“sphere”,”radius”,”sphere”).
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MACRO macroName = macroArgument[0]
MACRO macroPlace = macroArgument[1]
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This a tool to process images with your laser cutter.
This is very similar to the applications ImageFusion and Repetier, but has a number of key differences:
– It uses thinBasic and a bit of Lua to do the heavy lifting
– It has been designed to be installed directly on your laser cutter, and does not require any additional software
– It only has 4 optional settings (compression, shading, board thickness and colorization)
– It allows you to add your own settings by editing a configuration file
– It allows you to have multiple luts (palettes)
– It allows you to have multiple Layers
– It has a powerful set of filters and functions
– It has some optional utilities
– It allows for a user-friendly GUI
– It has a full scripting language and uses Lua for much of the heavy lifting
– It supports multiple hardware devices (XBee, ZR, Code25 etc.) and several file types
– Each device is available for editing a config file
– It supports multiple layers, as well as multiple palettes for each layer
– It supports multiple machines
– It allows you to easily convert files between the formats supported by the application and those supported by the hardware device, so you can change from PiXYZ to Z, and vice versa
– It supports different LUTs per layer/layer group
– It has many different examples
– It is available for free (MIT license)

v8-debug.js contains the source code for the the SpiderMonkey JavaScript engine.

v8-inspector.js contains the source code for the the V8 JavaScript engine’s inspector interface.

v8.js contains the source code for V8.

v8.h includes the header files used by v8.js to use V8.

v8-setup.py contains a simple python script to setup the V8 source code.


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