PerlMagick Splice not correctly honoring gravity

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PerlMagick Splice not correctly honoring gravity

Post by jmcd73 » 2014-08-14T21:55:44-07:00


This works fine from the command line:

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convert test.png -gravity south -background blue -splice 0x10 splice_bottom.png

But the perlmagick version fails:

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use strict;
use Image::Magick;

my ($file, $top_right);

$file = $ARGV[0];

if ( ! -f $file ) {
	print "No such file. Exiting\n";
	exit 0;

$top_right = Image::Magick->new;

# add big white border
$top_right->Border(geometry=> '3%', bordercolor => 'white' );
my $width  = $top_right->Get('width');
my $height = $top_right->Get('height');

print "Width $width\n";
print "Height $height\n";

# this doesn't help
$top_right->Set( page=>'0x0+0+0');

# failing ignores gravity
$top_right->Splice(gravity=>'south', background=> 'orange', geometry => '0x20');


My suspicion is that when using the command line gravity is properly set first but that the values passed using perl magic aren't prioritized to make sure gravity is set correctly.

Anyone have a fix / work - a - round for this?

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Re: PerlMagick Splice not correctly honoring gravity

Post by magick » 2014-08-15T05:39:33-07:00

We can reproduce the problem you posted and have a patch in ImageMagick 6.8.9-7 Beta available by sometime tomorrow. Thanks.

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