bit_aligned_image_type Struct Template Reference

#include <metafunctions.hpp>

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Detailed Description

template<typename ChannelBitSizeVector, typename Layout, typename Alloc = std::allocator<unsigned char>>
struct boost::gil::bit_aligned_image_type< ChannelBitSizeVector, Layout, Alloc >

Returns the type of a packed image whose pixels may not be byte aligned. For example, an "rgb222" image is bit-aligned because its pixel spans six bits.

Note that the alignment parameter in the constructor of bit-aligned images is in bit units. For example, if you want to construct a bit-aligned image whose rows are byte-aligned, use 8 as the alignment parameter, not 1.

Public Types

typedef image< bit_alignedref_t,
false, Alloc > 

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