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Re: [vox-tech] PNG tweaking - how to 'kill' RGB in 100% transparentpixels



On Sunday 05 March 2006 17:11, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> I was hoping to make a script that I could run on occasion (say,
> before release, or after adding a batch of new PNGs).  My initial
> thought was to use "pngcrush."
>
> I have one immediate problem.  Debian/sid's pngcrush is currently
> b0rked:
>
>   Warning: versions are different between png.h and png.c
>     png.h version: 1.2.7
>     png.c version: 1.2.8
>   [...]
>   pngcrush: relocation error: pngcrush: symbol png_read_data, version
> PNG12_0 not defined in file libpng12.so.0 with link time reference

Recompile pngcrush or download a working version from 
snapshot.debian.net

--Ken

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