type-ghostscript.xml

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el_supremo
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type-ghostscript.xml

Post by el_supremo » 2006-10-13T09:32:55-07:00

I uninstalled the existing IM 6.2.6 and installed Ghostscript 8.54. I then installed IM 6.2.9-8 Q8.
When I run

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identify -list type
the output lists all available fonts including those with GS. But then identify gives the error message:

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identify: unable to open file 'type-ghostscript.xml': No such file or directory.
The type list from identify correctly identifies the pathname for the xml as C:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.2.9-Q8\config\type-ghostscript.xml at the head of the GS fonts.
I can't figure out why identify is complaining about not being able to open the file when it obviously has found it.
Adding the path to GS in MAGICK_FONT_PATH makes no difference.
Any ideas?

Pete

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Post by magick » 2006-10-13T10:38:06-07:00

We can reproduce the problem and will have an updated Windows binary distribution with a patch within a few days.

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Post by el_supremo » 2006-10-13T12:47:21-07:00

Thanks!!

Pete

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