Commit 40f7d105 authored by njean42's avatar njean42
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Update doc for v1.3.

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# Limitations
For now, *Kumiko* only deals with **white-ish backgrounds**.
Panels within a comic page will be any "object" that has non-white boundaries (not necessarily vertical or horizontal lines).
For now, *Kumiko* only deals with clear (white-ish) and dark (black-ish) backgrounds.
Panels within a comic page will be any "object" that has non-white & non-black boundaries (not necessarily vertical or horizontal lines).
If you have ideas on how to programmatically guess the background color of a page, please let us know!
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## Kumiko library
* be able to detect panel contours on pages with **non-white background**
* detect panels on a growing range of comic page layouts
* detect non-framed panels (without clear boundaries/borders)
* separate intertwined panels
* be able to detect panel contours on pages with non-white, non-black background
* implies being able to determine the background color: histogram, probing of some kind? (worst case: manually?)
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It will show you all the differences between the previous git version and yours!
Take a look at the differences between *Kumiko* versions:
* [v1.2.1 and v1.3](https://kumiko.njean.me/tests/results/diff-v1.2.1-v1.3.html)
* [v1.2.1 and v1.2](https://kumiko.njean.me/tests/results/diff-v1.2-v1.2.1.html)
* [v1.2 and v1.1](https://kumiko.njean.me/tests/results/diff-v1.1-v1.2.html)
* [v1.1 and v1.0](https://kumiko.njean.me/tests/results/diff-v1.0-v1.1.html)
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You can pass `kumiko` a `--debug-dir /path/to/debug-info` parameter that tells you are craving debugging information.
This will create an image for each page that Kumiko analysed, renamed `$filename-contours.jpg`.
These files will be found in the `/path/to/debug-info` folder (should exist and be writable).
Panel contours and image numbering is drawn onto every debugging image.
This will create several images, for each page that Kumiko analysed, named `$filename-$step-$operation.jpg`.
These files will be found in the `/path/to/debug-info` folder (should exist and be writable), and give an idea of all `$step`s *Kumiko* is taking to detect panels.
Depending on the `$operation` performed right before creating this file, it will display contours and/or panels on each image.
## License information
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