Utkarsh Gupta <email@example.com> writes:
> However, the version of imagemagick in Jessie is 22.214.171.124-5+deb8u17. So I
> guess that should work but given the additional "deb8u17", I suspect
> something changed there which fails the ruby-mini-magick's test.
> Furthermore, PSD is a proprietary piece of software and that test
> doesn't really help us in checking anything important either.
> Neither does TIFFs (from specs).
I just noticed something else weird.
This command doesn't work, it gives no output and returns a result of 1:
This command does work, it gives verbose output and returns a result of 0:
identify -verbose /tmp/tigerpsdfmt.psd
> Thus, I don't think we actually need that here and can be safely
> disabled/patched because of the above reasons.
Will have a look. It does concern me however that a security update to
imagemagick may have introduced some weird regression into the identify
I just tested imagemagick version deb8u12 in Jessie, same problem.
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org>