Thank you for sending this! I have been able to re-create the failure, and
it is obviously a bug (those assertions should never fire). Would you mind
opening a bug tracker?
you can also attach your images there if you like...
I will certainly get this fixed.
On 03/07/2010 02:48 PM, Agner wrote:
> > Hi, i used e-mail instead of form to be able to attach 2 files, not that
> > info is confidential.
> > windows 0.10 ver.
> > windows vista,
> > Program runs without problems
> > attached file gives 4 warnings, and reads.
> > CODE-128:05000002131271101
> > CODE-128:05000002131270101
> > correct except the letter/101, i have a regular barcode scanner that
> > reads it correct.
> > tiff is scanned at 300dpi (document scanner max) and barcodes are
> > labels, comming from 3.party and cant be made better/different. But
> > seems like its a checknumber problem rather than a quality problem.
> > Adding -q only removes CODE-128: not the warnings, and adding >log.txt
> > only puts the code in the log.txt file not warnings so not much of a
> > log, i had to screendump to show errorcodes.
> > A workaround is add >code.txt to commandline, ignore warnings, and
> > remove last 3 digits. But that seems to be inviting problems, thus
> > making it only a typing helper, not a sure identification process. And
> > would be easier to just capture output, not having it to write a file to
> > read.
> > attached is a tiff, cropped to keep size down on mail while still
> > 300dpi, and a jpg screendump of the warnings.
> > best regards
> > Agner
> > Denmark