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# encoding: utf-8

"""ImagePart and related objects."""

from __future__ import division

import hashlib
import os

    from PIL import Image as PIL_Image
except ImportError:
    import Image as PIL_Image

from pptx.compat import BytesIO, is_string
from pptx.opc.package import Part
from pptx.opc.spec import image_content_types
from pptx.util import lazyproperty

class ImagePart(Part):
    """An image part.

    An image part generally has a partname matching the regex

    def __init__(self, partname, content_type, package, blob, filename=None):
        super(ImagePart, self).__init__(partname, content_type, package, blob)
        self._filename = filename

    def new(cls, package, image):
        """Return new |ImagePart| instance containing `image`.

        `image` is an |Image| object.
        return cls(

    def desc(self):
        The filename associated with this image, either the filename of
        the original image or a generic name of the form ``image.ext``
        where ``ext`` is appropriate to the image file format, e.g.
        ``'jpg'``. An image created using a path will have that filename; one
        created with a file-like object will have a generic name.
        # return generic filename if original filename is unknown
        if self._filename is None:
            return "image.%s" % self.ext
        return self._filename

    def ext(self):
        Return file extension for this image e.g. ``'png'``.
        return self.partname.ext

    def image(self):
        An |Image| object containing the image in this image part.
        return Image(self.blob, self.desc)

    def scale(self, scaled_cx, scaled_cy):
        Return scaled image dimensions in EMU based on the combination of
        parameters supplied. If *scaled_cx* and *scaled_cy* are both |None|,
        the native image size is returned. If neither *scaled_cx* nor
        *scaled_cy* is |None|, their values are returned unchanged. If
        a value is provided for either *scaled_cx* or *scaled_cy* and the
        other is |None|, the missing value is calculated such that the
        image's aspect ratio is preserved.
        image_cx, image_cy = self._native_size

        if scaled_cx is None and scaled_cy is None:
            scaled_cx = image_cx
            scaled_cy = image_cy
        elif scaled_cx is None:
            scaling_factor = float(scaled_cy) / float(image_cy)
            scaled_cx = int(round(image_cx * scaling_factor))
        elif scaled_cy is None:
            scaling_factor = float(scaled_cx) / float(image_cx)
            scaled_cy = int(round(image_cy * scaling_factor))

        return scaled_cx, scaled_cy

    def sha1(self):
        The SHA1 hash digest for the image binary of this image part, like:
        return hashlib.sha1(self._blob).hexdigest()

    def _dpi(self):
        A (horz_dpi, vert_dpi) 2-tuple (ints) representing the dots-per-inch
        property of this image.
        image = Image.from_blob(self.blob)
        return image.dpi

    def _native_size(self):
        A (width, height) 2-tuple representing the native dimensions of the
        image in EMU, calculated based on the image DPI value, if present,
        assuming 72 dpi as a default.
        EMU_PER_INCH = 914400
        horz_dpi, vert_dpi = self._dpi
        width_px, height_px = self._px_size

        width = EMU_PER_INCH * width_px / horz_dpi
        height = EMU_PER_INCH * height_px / vert_dpi

        return width, height

    def _px_size(self):
        A (width, height) 2-tuple representing the dimensions of this image
        in pixels.
        image = Image.from_blob(self.blob)
        return image.size

[docs]class Image(object): """Immutable value object representing an image such as a JPEG, PNG, or GIF.""" def __init__(self, blob, filename): super(Image, self).__init__() self._blob = blob self._filename = filename @classmethod def from_blob(cls, blob, filename=None): """Return a new |Image| object loaded from the image binary in *blob*.""" return cls(blob, filename) @classmethod def from_file(cls, image_file): """ Return a new |Image| object loaded from *image_file*, which can be either a path (string) or a file-like object. """ if is_string(image_file): # treat image_file as a path with open(image_file, "rb") as f: blob = filename = os.path.basename(image_file) else: # assume image_file is a file-like object # ---reposition file cursor if it has one--- if callable(getattr(image_file, "seek")): blob = filename = None return cls.from_blob(blob, filename) @property def blob(self): """ The binary image bytestream of this image. """ return self._blob
[docs] @lazyproperty def content_type(self): """ MIME-type of this image, e.g. ``'image/jpeg'``. """ return image_content_types[self.ext]
[docs] @lazyproperty def dpi(self): """ A (horz_dpi, vert_dpi) 2-tuple specifying the dots-per-inch resolution of this image. A default value of (72, 72) is used if the dpi is not specified in the image file. """ def int_dpi(dpi): """ Return an integer dots-per-inch value corresponding to *dpi*. If *dpi* is |None|, a non-numeric type, less than 1 or greater than 2048, 72 is returned. """ try: int_dpi = int(round(float(dpi))) if int_dpi < 1 or int_dpi > 2048: int_dpi = 72 except (TypeError, ValueError): int_dpi = 72 return int_dpi def normalize_pil_dpi(pil_dpi): """ Return a (horz_dpi, vert_dpi) 2-tuple corresponding to *pil_dpi*, the value for the 'dpi' key in the ``info`` dict of a PIL image. If the 'dpi' key is not present or contains an invalid value, ``(72, 72)`` is returned. """ if isinstance(pil_dpi, tuple): return (int_dpi(pil_dpi[0]), int_dpi(pil_dpi[1])) return (72, 72) return normalize_pil_dpi(self._pil_props[2])
[docs] @lazyproperty def ext(self): """ Canonical file extension for this image e.g. ``'png'``. The returned extension is all lowercase and is the canonical extension for the content type of this image, regardless of what extension may have been used in its filename, if any. """ ext_map = { "BMP": "bmp", "GIF": "gif", "JPEG": "jpg", "PNG": "png", "TIFF": "tiff", "WMF": "wmf", } format = self._format if format not in ext_map: tmpl = "unsupported image format, expected one of: %s, got '%s'" raise ValueError(tmpl % (ext_map.keys(), format)) return ext_map[format]
@property def filename(self): """ The filename from the path from which this image was loaded, if loaded from the filesystem. |None| if no filename was used in loading, such as when loaded from an in-memory stream. """ return self._filename
[docs] @lazyproperty def sha1(self): """ SHA1 hash digest of the image blob """ return hashlib.sha1(self._blob).hexdigest()
[docs] @lazyproperty def size(self): """ A (width, height) 2-tuple specifying the dimensions of this image in pixels. """ return self._pil_props[1]
@property def _format(self): """ The PIL Image format of this image, e.g. 'PNG'. """ return self._pil_props[0] @lazyproperty def _pil_props(self): """ A tuple containing useful image properties extracted from this image using Pillow (Python Imaging Library, or 'PIL'). """ stream = BytesIO(self._blob) pil_image = format = pil_image.format width_px, height_px = pil_image.size dpi ="dpi") stream.close() return (format, (width_px, height_px), dpi)