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Re: [ApacheGallery] Cannot see tiff images


this patch does fix the problem for the preview, however when you
click on an image to view it, A:G sends image with .jpg extension,
however it's a tiff file.

On Sun, 17 Oct 2004 12:54:34 -0500, Tom Brown <[email protected]> wrote:
> [resending after subscribing another address to the list. I trying to
> work out if mailman looks at the from or return-path address.
> Hopefully /this/ time it will work.]
> On Fri, Oct 15, 2004 at 10:29:15AM +0100, Phil wrote:
> > With my limited knowlege in this area I suspect that this is probably an
> > Imlib2 issue rather than an A::G issue, I hope you don't mind me asking the
> > question here.
> This is a good place to ask if you are having trouble with A::G if you
> are not sure where the problem might be. So you did the right thing.
> The problem is with AG.
> Here is a diff relative to the subversion HEAD:
> --- Apache/   (revision 280)
> +++ Apache/   (working copy)
> @@ -127,6 +127,7 @@
>                 my $image_height = $2;
>                 $filename =~ s/\/(\d+)x(\d+)\-//;
> +               $filename =~ s/\-((?i)PPM|TIFF?|GIF)\.jpg$/\.$1/;
>                 my ($width, $height, $type) = imgsize($filename);
> You can apply this by hand by adding the line marked with '+' (without
> the '+') at around line 130 of .
> This problem is caused by the substitution in get_scaled_picture_name.
> The fix is not perfect because I think $type is calculated from looking
> at the file contents, not the filename extension. The fix above to find the
> original filename from the path_info in ($r->uri =~ m/\.cache\//i)
> makes some rather tame assumptions about the file name. A better fix
> would be to apply the same substitution in get_scaled_picture_name
> whatever the value of $type.

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