[Pkg-phototools-devel] Bug#945402: Bug#945402: feh: Please add dcraw to the Suggests (or even Recommends) of the package
László Böszörményi (GCS)
gcs at debian.org
Mon Nov 25 20:27:04 GMT 2019
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On Mon, Nov 25, 2019 at 9:03 PM Elena ``of Valhalla''
<valhalla at debian.org> wrote:
> On 2019-11-25 at 17:28:32 +0100, László Böszörményi (GCS) wrote:
> > I think it was a regression due to an other package. Can you please
> > do a full upgrade of your Bullseye installation and re-test your image
> > with feh? Maybe share that file in private somehow?
> done the upgrade, the same thing is happening.
While I can reproduce the problem, for me the displayed messages are these:
TIFFReadDirectory: Warning, Photometric tag is missing, assuming data is YCbCr.
TIFFReadDirectory: Warning, SamplesPerPixel tag is missing, applying
correct SamplesPerPixel value of 3.
OJPEGSubsamplingCorrect: Warning, Subsampling tag is not set, yet
subsampling inside JPEG data [2,1] does not match default values
[2,2]; assuming subsampling inside JPEG data is correct.
OJPEGSetupDecode: Warning, Depreciated and troublesome old-style JPEG
compression mode, please convert to new-style JPEG compression and
notify vendor of writing software.
OJPEGWriteHeaderInfo: jpeg_start_decompress() returned image_width =
4272 and image_height = 2848, expected 4272 and -1.
> At first I thought it was a regression in libimlib2 (and was going to
> open a bug on that package), but after reading the manpage of feh I
> started to think that it was never supposed to work the way it did.
For me this seems to be tiff checks that became stricter to prevent
accidental crashes due to images not conforming the standards.
As such the warnings show the sign of badly written OJPEG format that
don't conform the standard.
> As for the file, I have some that can be shared even in public; they are
> between 15 and 20 MB so I'm not sure on the best way to do so (I'll try
> to send you a private download link).
Got it, as you could see above.
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