On 1/23/24 12:33, Pavel Sanda wrote:
On Tue, Jan 23, 2024 at 11:58:54AM -0500, Richard Kimberly Heck wrote:
     pdftoppm -r 72 -png -singlefile $$i >  $$o
This is new route in 2.4 which can be used to avoid IM problems in linux.
We perhaps triggerred unnecessary problems on Windows.
This could be sovled by making pdftoppm addition conditional on IM fail.

The conversion on 2.3.7 is to EPS (according ot the posted logs), rather than PNG, which is why it works better. I'm not sure why we're choosing PNG instead on 2.4. On my system here, it chooses EPS.

Didier, do you have a PDF to EPS converter listed in your 2.4 install?

And we should perhaps chech, whether accented characters are not problem
on linux too...

It shouldn't be. This is the toFilesystemEncoding vs toSafeFilesystemEncoding issue again, where the former is known not to work with non-ASCII characters on Windows, whereas it does work (at least according to the comments) on *nix and derivatives.


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