I am looking for a program or script to merge 10 images into one. The
script should take the 10 images of known size and produce one output
image in which these images are arranged seamlessly in five columns/two
Is this possible with the Gimp? I am an occasional user and could do it
by hand, but I need to do this ~3000 times. I have never written any
scripts for the Gimp - where would I start?
Might ImageMagick be a better way?
Enno Middelberg <email@example.com> writes:
> Hi all,
> I am looking for a program or script to merge 10 images into one. The
> script should take the 10 images of known size and produce one output
> image in which these images are arranged seamlessly in five
> columns/two rows.
> Might ImageMagick be a better way?
montage -tile 5x2 file1 file2 ... outfile
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Looks like Sun's bug, not mine, unless there's something else users of
java.net should be checking for that I'm not besides the obvious.
It's another strange one.
> As the Subject: says. I'm... the obvious.
> It's another strange one.
Since you keep running into trouble, I would suggest you use a java 1.5
instead of 1.6. If you still have trouble, think about what YOU could
do differently. This is the third post of yours where the "library" has
a bug. With something as widely used as Java, this is highly unlikely.
If you're problem persists in Java 1.5, then it is probably *your* bug.
If it goes away, then it should be reported in Sun's bug database.
Try to create an sscce http://www.physci.org/codes/sscce/ that
recreates the problem. If you can post
regular expression question #4 90494 no claims that this is the best possible solution. My Regular
Expression knowledge is severely limited.
One small change could be, since you know it is always (#):
var _regexp = /\([0-9]+\)/;
Again though, I am sure a regexp guru will along momentarily to suggest
Remove the extra words to reply by e-mail. Don't e-mail me. I am
kidding. No I am not.
> I have a span that contains text of the form
> var spanHtml... is guaranteed to end with a string of the form "(#)"
>> "#" is a whole number. My question is, how would I write a regular
>> expression that would change the value of #, given another number?
>> For example, given the above variable, if I had
>> var newNumber = 15;
>> I would want the variable spanHtml to contain
>> "My Tab Content (15)".
>I make no claims that this is the best possible solution. My Regular
>Expression knowledge is severely limited.
Then why respond?
>One small change could be, since
[VxW] Que: Which one shud be served? Interrupt or Task? #2 Further to my question:
"T2 invokes an interrupt" Yes I meant to say that T2 invokes some sort of
trap based scheme or "INT 1" command. I agree that "Normally tasks don't
invoke interrupts" but if we invoke the interrupts can't we come to a
priority inversion sort of situation where a low priority task will pre empt
the high priority one.
"Avinash, Vijayvergia (IE10)" wrote:
> Further to my question:
> "T2 invokes an interrupt" Yes I meant to say that T2 invokes some sort of
> trap based scheme or "INT 1" command. I agree that "Normally tasks don't
> invoke interrupts" but if we invoke the interrupts can't we come to a
> priority inversion sort of situation where a low priority task will pre empt
> the high priority one.
No. ISRs are by definition extremely high priority. Tasks, outside of
debug, have no business forcing interrupts anyway. If T1 is running,
T2 will not be able to do anything, and if it is blocked for some reason,
its priority is without meaning. The ISR, if properly written, will run at
most for a few tens of microseconds, and exit. This delay