Here's the simple code:
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#!/usr/bin/perl use Image::Magick; my $imagesrc = Image::Magick->new; open(IMAGE, 'Source.png'); $imagesrc->Read(file=>\*IMAGE); close(IMAGE); my $depth=$imagesrc->Get('depth'); print "Depth: $depth\n"; my $version=$imagesrc->Get('version'); print "Version: $version\n"; my $width=$imagesrc->Get('width'); print "Width: $width\n"; my $height=$imagesrc->Get('height'); print "Height: $height\n"; my $geometry=$imagesrc->Get('geometry'); print "Geometry: $geometry\n"; my $magick=$imagesrc->Get('magick'); print "magick: $magick\n";
Version: ImageMagick 7.0.8-65 Q16 x86_64 2019-09-19 https://imagemagick.org
The fact that at least a couple are right suggest that it's more likely to be a case of calling with the wrong names or format rather than that the install was defective. Again, I'd like to look at what attributes are actually named in the module itself, as-installed, on my machine, but how to do that is still a mystery to me.