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Colour conversions are incorrect when converting 10bit AVIF Images to JPG

I just tried converting https://ptrace.fefe.de/weihnachtsspielzeug.avif to png or jpg using ImageMagick 7.1-6 and libheif-1.12.0 but I get ~half the picture with black lines interlaced and it looks quite green (I don't know what the original should look like). Is this the same issue or a separate one?

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Portability fixes

Thanks for the explanations, @MrAnno ! I think I've addressed all of these in the last push.

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Portability fixes

On NetBSD, uname is in /usr/bin/uname. Could we remove the use of the path component in the script, since both /bin and /usr/bin are usually in the user's paths? I've left out this part for now but added the uncontroversial (I hope) parts.

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Portability fixes

@MrAnno Yes, I took those from the pkgsrc package. There is one additional patch but I don't know how much of that you'd want to take -- please check it out:

https://github.com/NetBSD/pkgsrc/blob/trunk/sysutils/syslog-ng/patches/patch-ac

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issue commentnih-at/libzip

zip_fread reports a CRC error at the end of an AES-encrypted file

Winzip 9 and 10 did set the CRC to zero for AES encryption. Winzip 11+ does it for files that are "smaller than 20 bytes compressed" per its documentation. This case is currently not supported. If you make bigger test files, you should get a CRC field that is non-zero and it will work with libzip.

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issue commentNetBSD/pkgsrc-wip

ImportError: No module named libvirt

Please use the mailing list, as I said above.

You need to get a checkout of pkgsrc in source form, e.g. in /home/marietto/Desktop/pkgsrc; then you need to put the checkout of the wip repository at /home/marietto/Desktop/pkgsrc/wip.

The bootstrap destination is for the binaries, not the sources. If you bootstrapped into /home/marietto/Desktop/pkgsrc-wip you will find your binaries in /home/marietto/Desktop/pkgsrc-wip/bin

You still need the pkgsrc sources separately (see above).

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issue closedNetBSD/pkgsrc-wip

ImportError: No module named libvirt

Hello.

I've just installed virt-manager with pkgin. Everything went ok. But,when I ran it,an error came up :

netbsd-marietto# virt-manager


Traceback (most recent call last):

File "/usr/pkg/share/virt-manager/virt-manager.py", line 386, in <module>

main()

File "/usr/pkg/share/virt-manager/virt-manager.py", line 247, in main

from virtManager import cli

File "/usr/pkg/share/virt-manager/virtManager/cli.py", line 29, in <module>

import libvirt

ImportError: No module named libvirt

Googling a little bit maybe I've found the solution here :

https://www.unitedbsd.com/d/285-linux-user-and-netbsd-enthusiast-hoping-to-migrate-some-day

where "kim" said :

Looking at pkgsrc/sysutils/libvirt/PLIST it doesn't look like the package provides any Python bindings -- which is what the "ImportError: No module named libvirt" error message is about. You could try py-libvirt from pkgsrc-wip and see how that works out.

I tried,but it didn't work :

netbsd-marietto# cd py-libvirt

netbsd-marietto# ls

DESCR Makefile PLIST distinfo distinfo.25058

netbsd-marietto# make

make: "/home/mario/Desktop/pkgsrc-wip/py-libvirt/Makefile" line 15: Need an operator

make: "/home/mario/Desktop/pkgsrc-wip/py-libvirt/Makefile" line 16: Need an operator

make: "/home/mario/Desktop/pkgsrc-wip/py-libvirt/Makefile" line 17: Need an operator

make: Fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue

make: stopped in /home/mario/Desktop/pkgsrc-wip/py-libvirt

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issue commentNetBSD/pkgsrc-wip

ImportError: No module named libvirt

The pkgsrc-wip repository needs to be checked out as "wip" and put into /usr/pkgsrc (or wherever the rest of your pkgsrc checkout is). I've just successfully built the wip/virt-manager package on NetBSD-9.99.88/amd64 (after fixing some minor issues in it and its dependencies). Make sure you have the latest pkgsrc-wip tree.

We do not use github issues, please use the pkgsrc-users@NetBSD.org mailing list instead.

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pull request commentnih-at/libzip

fix linking errors without SSL

You don't have to convince me about that, but the ccache people :)

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pull request commentnih-at/libzip

fix linking errors without SSL

That bug is closed as irreproducible...

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pull request commentnih-at/libzip

fix linking errors without SSL

Can you please provide more details about the error you see? I wasn't aware that linkers complain about function that are only listed in header files. Which linker is that? Do you need special flags to enable that behaviour? Thanks.

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Linking to visual studio 2019. Unresolved external symbol

Sorry, I meant to say Visual Studio. I don't use Windows, so I can't help you here. I don't think this is a problem related to libzip, but how to use/setup Visual Studio, and you should look for help somewhere else.

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issue commentnih-at/libzip

Linking to visual studio 2019. Unresolved external symbol

Sorry, I can't help you with VSCode problems. This does not look specific to libzip.

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issue commentnih-at/libzip

Linking to visual studio 2019. Unresolved external symbol

zip_oepn looks like a typo for zip_open.

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WinZip encryption is not FIPS compliant

If to link libzip with FIPS compliant OpenSSL, it is not possible to use WinZip encryption method There is a crash with the following report in STDERR:

.\crypto\aes\aes_misc.c(74): OpenSSL internal error, assertion failed: Low level API call to cipher AES forbidden in FIPS mode!

Root cause is that the function _zip_crypto_aes_encrypt_block defined as macros to recall AES_encrypt from OpenSSL But AES_encrypt API is not FIPS compliant and should be avoided to be compatible with OpenSSL FIPS mode

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WinZip encryption is not FIPS compliant

Thank you very much! I've just merged it.

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Make WinZip encryption FIPS compliant

Thank you very much! I've just merged it.

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issue commentnih-at/libzip

Build shared and static library at the same time.

Please make a case for it. And please provide the patches for CMake build infrastructure.

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