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Index of /download/delegates. [ICO], Name · Last modified · Size · Description. [ PARENTDIR], Parent Directory, -. [ ], , , . Hi everyone, I just installed ImageMagick on a Ubuntu (64 bit) Machine from the Unix source. It all seemed to have worked during the. I tried to replace the @[email protected] in \imagemagick\ with the absolute path to but it seems like convert is not using this.

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Questions and postings pertaining to the development of ImageMagick, feature enhancements, and ImageMagick internals. ImageMagick source code and algorithms are discussed here. Usage questions which are too arcane for the normal user list should also be posted here. I’ve got it to compile and convert runs, but the convert utility the only utility I need can’t find the jpeg delegate library.

I don’t have a native toolchain for the target platform, so I have to cross-compile. The jpeg tests in the imagemagick configure script insist on trying to compile and run code, which doesn’t work when cross-compiling since the code won’t run on the host platform.

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I got past that by modifying the configure script to force jpeg compilation. I think the jpeg delegate library got compiled there imwgemagick “. Plo” files in the build directorybut it doesn’t seem to get installed in the appropriate location.

I suspect that I need to do something to force the installation. I have celegates following files, one of which I suspect is the delegate library: More generally, is there any documentation giving more info about how delegates work? But you can find the delegates at: I already have the jpeg-6b library compiled and installed I’m pretty sure that I pointed the ImageMagick build at the correct headers and that the correct library was available for linking.

So I think I’m past that point in the process.

I don’t know for certain whether that’s because the jpeg delegate library is not in the correct location, or whether there’s still a build problem. Plo modules get built, which is why I suspect that the problem may be simply that the delegate is not installed in the correct location. But I’m not sure which file is the required delegate library, nor where the correct install path is located. Or, at minimum, convert thinks the configure script gave instructions to build the jpeg delegate.


Thanks for the tip. Nonetheless, convert refuses to process jpeg images: So I still think the delegate is probably not installed in the correct location. Which brings me back to my original imagenagick Did you install IM or get the binary?

I know the images are OK. I just re-tested that on another host that does have a working ImageMagick setup. The problem is with the installation I’ve built for my openwrt platform.

I’m pretty confident that the issue is that the delegate is not installed in the correct path. I just need to find out what is the correct path. Probably the a different directory structure for the libraries caused this error of “no delegate found I introduced a poll for a solution to reduce this mistakes: