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From "Gavin (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (FOR-990) PluginGallery misbehaves on images ending with .JPG vs. .jpg.
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2007 11:16:15 GMT


Gavin commented on FOR-990:

FOR-982 needs fixing before anyone on Windows can look to solve the problem.

> PluginGallery misbehaves on images ending with .JPG vs. .jpg.
> -------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: FOR-990
>                 URL:
>             Project: Forrest
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Plugin: input.PhotoGallery
>    Affects Versions: 0.8-dev
>            Reporter: Paul Kronenwetter
>            Priority: Minor
> Images ending with JPG do not receive equal treatment as those ending in jpg.  Specifically
{file}.small.jpg and {file}.thumb.jpg are not created for images ending in JPG.  From CFAS's
>   <link message="/home/kronenpj/src/svn/cfas/src/documentation/content/xdocs/images/gallery/planet/mars20030710x.jpg
(No such file or directory)" uri="/gallery/
> planet/mars20030710x.thumb.jpg">
>     <referrer uri="/gallery/planet/index.html"/>
>     <referrer uri="/gallery/planet/index_1.html"/>
>   </link>
> mars20030710x.JPG is the source file under xdocs/images/gallery/planet.
> This is not the only example of where this occurs.  I have the following {file}.JPG images
in the PhotoGallery source directory and all of them exhibit similar errors in broken-links.xml:
> ./lunar/DSCF0023.JPG
> ./lunar/Mare_Australe_4.JPG
> ./lunar/DSCF0018.JPG
> ./planet/Venus.11.JPG
> ./planet/mars20030710x.JPG
> ./planet/mars20030726x.JPG
> ./messier/M16WH.JPG
> ./ngc/ngc2024.JPG
> The workaround of course is to rename the source files.  I don't believe it's the intention
of the plugin to dictate the case-style for filenames.  Also, converting a file to a different
case on Windows is mildly difficult as the Windows file system is case-insensitive.  I'm working
on a Gentoo Linux box running Sun's JDK
> I've tried tweaking resources/stylesheets/dir-to-galleryHome.xsl and resources.xmap where
JPG is referenced in a few different ways, but I couldn't generate anything that worked. I'll
chalk that up to not understanding what I was doing.

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