If this is a new feature that is needed for something smart, is there a way to disable this behaviour at runtime? If not, there should be one IMO.
Heres a script to test if your version is affected, should work out of the box(assuming you have coreutils and IM installed):
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#!/bin/bash # test jpg image convert logo: logo.jpg # convert into png, this is the process that the real application needs convert logo.jpg logo.png sum1="$(sha1sum logo.png)" # checksum to demo the results sleep 1s # wait for time to pass so the timestamp is different touch logo.jpg # renew timestamp of original # convert again, expecting identical results convert logo.jpg logo.png sum2="$(sha1sum logo.png)" [ "$sum1" != "$sum2" ] && echo "Conversion results not identical, timestamp was written to file!" rm logo.jpg logo.png
My results with it so far:
188.8.131.52(older stable for Gentoo) - works as expected, checksums match
184.108.40.206(latest stable for Gentoo) - fails, checksums differ
220.127.116.11(latest unstable for Gentoo) - fails, checksums differ