Ticket #20618 (closed defect: fixed)
ImageMagick: Strange symptom: non-error error
|Reported by:||objectivecanine@…||Owned by:||ryandesign@…|
Description (last modified by blb@…) (diff)
Running ImageMagick via MacPorts on a Mac Pro, I've discovered a bizarre symptom. I don't see the same issue on other ImageMagick builds on other systems here, even oame-version builds.
tiger:~ keanu$ convert -monitor Scans/Input/scan-00000349.tif -profile Metadata/Profiles/Epson\ V500.icc -intent perceptual -profile Metadata/Profiles/ColorMatch\ RGB.icc test.tif Load/Image//Volumes/rottweiler/Scans/Input: 100% [scan-00000349.tif] Save image: 100% [test.tif] convert: unable to get registry ID `cache:/Volumes/rottweiler/Metadata/Profiles/ColorMatch RGB.icc' @ registry.c/GetImageRegistry/224. tiger:~ keanu$ identify -ping test.tif test.tif TIFF 13600x17760 13600x17760+0+0 16-bit DirectClass 1.3498gb
Despite the error message (and the nonzero exit status), the file was created successfully, contains the correct profile, everything's fine...
However, to say the nonzero exit is confusing every script I've written that checks for errors is an understatement.
Given that I don't get this problem on a Debian Linux system (with the same ImageMagick version, rather than the prepackaged but woefully old Debian-shipped version) I suspect this may not be an upstream bug and am reporting it here.
- Keywords ImageMagick, removed
- Owner changed from macports-tickets@… to ryandesign@…
- Description modified (diff)
- Port set to ImageMagick