Exploring Gnu Radio

The png’s in the docs/exploring gnu radio directory are corrupted. I
cannot read them with gimp or any other other tool. File run on them
says they are PNG corrupted files.

I loaded the eps files, they appear to be okay but any png I tried to
generate from them in a few seconds of trying, was lame.

Bob


Robert W. McGwier, Ph.D.
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Bob McGwier wrote:

The png’s in the docs/exploring gnu radio directory are corrupted. I
cannot read them with gimp or any other other tool. File run on them
says they are PNG corrupted files.

Okay, confirmed here.

These haven’t changed in literally years.

I just confirmed the earliest version we have in Subversion is
corrupted.

It’s possible that these were somehow corrupted when importing the old
Savannah 2.8 code into Subversion, but I can’t quickly get a hold of a
version that was checked out from there to compare.

It’s also possible that the file is getting mangled by Subversion when
checking it out to a local copy. I’ll look into it.

Thanks for the report.


Johnathan C.
Corgan Enterprises LLC
http://corganenterprises.com

Johnathan C. wrote:

I just confirmed the earliest version we have in Subversion is corrupted.

It’s possible that these were somehow corrupted when importing the old
Savannah 2.8 code into Subversion, but I can’t quickly get a hold of a
version that was checked out from there to compare.

It’s also possible that the file is getting mangled by Subversion when
checking it out to a local copy. I’ll look into it.

Thanks for the report.

I surmised that since I have been absolutely useless to GnuRadio this
summer, I might as well find a useless problem to report.

;-).

My summer project at work ends today. HALLELUAH.

73’s
Bob


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TAPR, Packrats, NJQRP, QRP ARCI, QCWA, FRC. ARRL SDR WG Chair
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