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       lqr_carver_scan_line, lqr_carver_scan_line_ext - read out a multi-size
       image one line at a time


       #include <lqr.h>

       gboolean lqr_carver_scan_line(LqrCarver* carver, gint* n,
                                     guchar** rgb);

       gboolean lqr_carver_scan_line_ext(LqrCarver* carver, gint* n,
                                         void** rgb);


       The functions lqr_carver_scan_line and lqr_carver_scan_line_ext are
       used to read out the multi-size image contained in the LqrCarver object
       pointed to by carver one line at a time. They store the line number
       (row or column) in the variable pointed to by n and the colour values
       in the array pointed to by rgb; then they move the readout pointer to
       the next line, or they reset it if the end of the image is reached.

       The first one must only be used on the LqrCarver objects created with
       lqr_carver_new, i.e. with 8-bit images, while the second one is
       general, but the rgb pointer must be cast to the appropriate type to be
       used (i.e pass the address of a pointer to void to the function
       lqr_carver_scan_line_ext, then cast it to a pointer of the appropriate
       type and use this last one for reading the output).

       Use the function lqr_carver_scan_by_row(3) before calling these to know
       whether your image will be scanned by row or by column.


       These functions return TRUE in case the readout is successful and the
       end of the image was not reached, FALSE otherwise. If
       lqr_carver_scan_line is called over a non-8-bit LqrCarver object, it
       will return FALSE.


       LqrColDepth(3), lqr_carver_scan_reset(3), lqr_carver_scan(3),


       Copyright © 2007-2009 Carlo Baldassi