If you could please email me one of those jpegs it is erroring off on I'll
look into the reasons. A fix shouldn't be too hard. I forbgot all about
those System.out.println(); calls I had ... thos can be removed.

-Eric Dalquist

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Wright" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2001 12:32 PM
Subject: RE: [PATCH] JPG Compression

> Wow!
> That works like a charm! Thanks a lot, Eric.
> In my preliminary tests, Eric's patch moved a pdf with 6 heavily
> jpgs from over 950 K to just over 50K! Rendering times seem just about as
> fast, but, more importantly, web users will receive the file that much
> faster. Very cool stuff.
> I noticed only a few small problems: First, the renderer does not
> jpg headers generated by Macintosh Photoshop (it throws a "bad jpg header"
> message). Simply resaving the files in Windows Photoshop solved this.
> there are a few System.out.printlns that probably won't be needed in final
> release, but may be good for testing.
> What can we do to get this in the next release? I'll help out where I can,
> as the patch really moves the functionality of FOP forward.
> Thanks again, Eric.
> jw
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Dalquist [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 5:59 PM
> Subject: [PATCH] JPG Compression
> Attached is the diff for the patch. This is going against the latest
> build. When reading the diff "G:\Fop-0.20.1\Fop-0.20.1-clean" is the
> untouched distribution "G:\Fop-0.20.1\Fop-0.20.1-dev" is the modified
> distribution. It should work y just copying over the attached files and
> deleting src/org/apache/image/GifJpegImage.java since it will not be in
> If I need to follow this up in any way I'll try my best to help. I hope
> of the commiters can look at this and deem it worthy to patch FOP.
> -Eric B Dalquist
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