> Hmmm... As far as I can tell, the --with-imagick option
> doesn't exist in PHP4 or later. Which is probably why there
> isn't a 'WITH_IMAGICK'
> option in the port Makefile.
> In fact, see this, from the principal author of PHP himself:
> "ImageMagick support is broken and deprecated"
Yes, I found that out after I posted my above message.
> You can achieve pretty much all of the graphical
> manipulations you need by a combination of PHP's built in
> support for the GD libraries, or by using the exec()
> capability of PHP to call external programs.
> The netpbm library (ports: graphics/netpbm) and ImageMagick
> have some suitable command line programs that you can work with
So I tried to build the standalone ImageMagick
(/usr/ports/graphics/ImageMagick), but after playing around with it for 2
hours I keep getting the following error:
jp2.c:778: `JAS_IMAGE_CT_OPACITY' undeclared (first use in this function)
gmake: *** [jp2.lo] Error 1
gmake: Leaving directory
gmake: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
*** Error code 2
Stop in /usr/ports/graphics/ImageMagick.
And I already have netpbm installed, but one application makes use of
ImageMagick (or imagick) and while it is not critical to get it to work it
would be nice. :)
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