Simple read/write PPM files (P3/P6) in Swift (macOS, iOS, tvOS, watchOS, macCatalyst, Linux).
let ppmData = Data(...) let cgImage = try PPM.readImage(data: ppmData)
let image: PPM.Image = try PPM.read(fileURL: ppm1URL) // width = image.width // height = image.height // rawRGBBytes = image.data
NOTE: PPM doesn't support transparency, so any transparency information is lost.
let cgImage = CGImage(...) let data = try PPM.writeImage(cgImage, format: .P3)
let image = PPM.Image(...) try image.write(format: .P3, fileURL: <some_url>)
public static func image(rgbData: [PPM.RGB], width: Int, height: Int) throws -> PPM.Image
Note: The number of pixels in the rgbData array must be equal to
let pixels: [PPM.RGB] = [ ... ] let image = PPM.image(rgbData: pixels, width: 100, height: 100)
docker run --rm --privileged --interactive --tty --volume "$(pwd):/src" --workdir "/src" swift:latest
Now, from within the docker container, run
swift build swift test
Note that the /src directory in the Linux container is a direct mirror of the current directory on the host OS, not a copy. If you delete a file in /src in the Linux container, that file will be gone on the host OS, too.
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