Ok, that's it the -kb parameter I knew this was there I didn't remembered
A png in b&w? , sent to your email.
Pablo Roca (proca@...)
Clavo Congelados, S.A. (http://www.clavo.net)
La Coruna - Espana
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: phpwiki-talk-admin@...
> [mailto:phpwiki-talk-admin@... nombre de Steve
> Enviado el: miercoles, 17 de enero de 2001 5:55
> Para: phpwiki-talk@...
> Asunto: Re: [Phpwiki-talk] CVS error
> I pulled down a nightly build and tried to open the logo in xpaint, but it
> core dumped. I was able to view it in Netscape though.
> I've wanted to use a png file in keeping with the whole patent issue; but
> I've had nothing but grief trying to create a logo in png format on Linux.
> Everything I make in the Gimp, Netscape cannot render. Anything I make in
> xpaint comes out solid black.
> This time around, I created a gif and used the "convert" program to turn
> it into a png file.
> Otherwise I checked it in like I always have... I suspect the problem
> Photoshop has is with the file format and not how it was checked in.
> I did read the CVS manual though on checking in binary files and one
> should use the -kb flag, which prevents keyword substitution ($Id$) and
> line ending conversion. I'll try to remember that in the future...
> In the meantime anyone who wants to contribute a simple logo in png
> format, 50x50, is more than welcome! Black and white please.
> On Mon, 15 Jan 2001, Pablo Roca Rozas wrote:
> > Hi Developers,
> > In the current CVS, the images were uploaded in ASCII format,
> this causes
> > the png
> > don't get reconised when you try to open it with Photoshop, ...
> > All different to plain to ascii files must be uploaded in binary format.
> > Regards,
> > Pablo Roca (proca@...)
> > La Coruna - Espana
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