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Jan
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comment Create the same PNG with ImageMagick 2 times: Binaries differ
This tip sounds interesting, could you please add to your answer the command line to generate the image using this tip? Thanks!
Jan
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comment Create the same PNG with ImageMagick 2 times: Binaries differ
Probably due to a timestamp then, interesting! :-)
Jan
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comment Create the same PNG with ImageMagick 2 times: Binaries differ
In light of the bug discussed in the other answer, you getting the same binary is quite a wonder, maybe your computer is fast and by chance you got the two same timestamps?
Jan
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comment Create the same PNG with ImageMagick 2 times: Binaries differ
Good find! Apparently someone has found the exact bug: studio.imagemagick.org/discourse-server/… so I guess the fix should be out soon? (I feel optimistic haha). The workaround is a good idea, I should try to make it easier to use for instance a bash convert_strip function.
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comment Create the same PNG with ImageMagick 2 times: Binaries differ
@FaheemMitha: I don't see what you mean... I already run this as a script, without sleep.
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comment Create the same PNG with ImageMagick 2 times: Binaries differ
@FaheemMitha: The example does not require anything, it creates the images from scratch :-)
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comment Create the same PNG with ImageMagick 2 times: Binaries differ
Adding -strip does not help here, strangely. I get different md5sums. Ubuntu 15.10.
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