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Image::ExifTool::Fixup(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Image::ExifTool::Fixup(3)

NAME
Image::ExifTool::Fixup - Utility to handle pointer fixups SYNOPSIS
use Image::ExifTool::Fixup; $fixup = new Image::ExifTool::Fixup; # add a new fixup to a pointer at the specified offset in data $fixup->AddFixup($offset); # add a new Fixup object to the tree $fixup->AddFixup($subFixup); $fixup->{Start} += $shift1; # shift pointer offsets and values $fixup->{Shift} += $shift2; # shift pointer values only # recursively apply fixups to the specified data $fixup->ApplyFixups($data); $fixup->Dump(); # dump debugging information DESCRIPTION
This module contains the code to keep track of pointers in memory and to shift these pointers as required. It is used by ExifTool to maintain the pointers in image file directories (IFD's). NOTES
Keeps track of pointers with different byte ordering, and relies on Image::ExifTool::GetByteOrder() to determine the current byte ordering when adding new pointers to a fixup. Maintains a hierarchical list of fixups so that the whole hierarchy can be shifted by a simple shift at the base. Hierarchy is collapsed to a linear list when ApplyFixups() is called. AUTHOR
Copyright 2003-2010, Phil Harvey (phil at owl.phy.queensu.ca) This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
Image::ExifTool(3pm) perl v5.12.1 2010-01-04 Image::ExifTool::Fixup(3)

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Image::ExifTool::BZZ(3) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   Image::ExifTool::BZZ(3)

NAME
Image::ExifTool::BZZ - Utility to decode BZZ compressed data SYNOPSIS
This module is used by Image::ExifTool DESCRIPTION
This module contains definitions required by Image::ExifTool to decode BZZ compressed data in DjVu images. NOTES
This code is based on ZPCodec and BSByteStream of DjVuLibre 3.5.21 (see additional copyrights and the first reference below), which are covered under the GNU GPL license. This is implemented as Image::ExifTool::BZZ instead of Compress::BZZ because I am hoping that someone else will write a proper Compress::BZZ module (with compression ability). AUTHOR
Copyright 2003-2010, Phil Harvey (phil at owl.phy.queensu.ca) Copyright 2002, Leon Bottou and Yann Le Cun Copyright 2001, AT&T Copyright 1999-2001, LizardTech Inc. This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. REFERENCES
<http://djvu.sourceforge.net/> <http://www.djvu.org/> SEE ALSO
Image::ExifTool::DjVu(3pm), Image::ExifTool(3pm) perl v5.12.1 2010-01-04 Image::ExifTool::BZZ(3)

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