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I'm setting this up for the first time but when I run grunt responsive_images I get the following error:
Warning: Command failed: gm identify: No decode delegate for this image format (images/2014-01-01.jpg).
gm identify: Request did not return an image.
Use --force to continue.
I've installed ImageMagick and confirmed it is working correctly by converting a jpg to a png with it. I've set the engine to use as 'im' and below is my configuration:
Any idea what the issue is? I'm not sure if the gm in the error message is a reference to GraphicsMagick, but I thought setting the engine to 'im' would have prevented any issue with using ImageMagick. I appreciate any help.
What operating system and version of ImageMagick are you using? What does the output of $ convert --version look like? For instance mine looks like,
$ convert --version
Version: ImageMagick 6.8.7-7 Q16 x86_64 2013-11-27 http://www.imagemagick.org
Copyright: Copyright (C) 1999-2014 ImageMagick Studio LLC
Features: DPC Modules
Delegates: bzlib freetype jng jpeg ltdl png xml zlib
So I was able to get things work by installing GraphicsMagick even though I already mentioned setting the engine to 'im'. This seems to be the same problem as #35. Heres the output of convert --version
Please can you try this again with version 0.1.2?
Just had exactly the same problem and bumping the version I was linking to in my package.json file to 0.1.2 fixed the problem. Thanks Andi. See you at the NET awards ;-D
Sweet, thanks for the update @maslen! (See you at the NET awards)
If anyone still has this issue, feel free to add a comment to this thread. Otherwise, closing!
Hmm, I'm having same issue, 10.9.3
npm installed 0.1.3, tried rolling back to 0.1.2 no dice