[tex-live] General test suite for TeX-Live
R. Padraic Springuel
rpspringuel at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 03:42:40 CEST 2016
As an example of using imagemagik to compare pdf outputs, people might want to take a look at the gregorio-test repository on GitHub (https://github.com/gregorio-project/gregorio-test). While our infrastructure is bash based, we use imagemagik to check the output from using our package against a previously produced known good model. Furthermore, by specifying the paper size and a font which is provided locally in the test repository, we're able to do this across both Mac and Linux systems running in both the US and Europe.
Br. Samuel, OSB
(R. Padraic Springuel)
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On Jun 20, 2016, at 7:35 PM, Karl Berry <karl at freefriends.org> wrote:
>> * Convert generated file to image and run imagemagick to collect
>> * statistical data.
> FWIW,I have done some image comparisons over the years using imagemagick
> (there are some excellent web pages from anthony thyssen about it), and
> I am extremely skeptical that statistical image comparison will work.
> jw> I'd strongly suggest taking a look over l3build
> FWIW, I fully agree. l3build is the way!
> km> using ImageMagick to split a multi-page PDF into individual page images
> Imagemagick just delegates to gs for PDF operations, as far as I know.
> Personally, I'd just use gs directly. It could also be done with
> pdf(la)tex itself, e.g., with the pdfjam scripts for convenience.
> If it's really needed to split PDF output in the first place, which is
> certainly premature to be discussing.
> km> when my own tests run from a Makefile hang in TeX I have to key 'x'
> Aside, but FWIW, alternatives:
> tex '\nonstopmode\input ...'
> or -interaction=nonstopmode,
> or </dev/null.
> (I run TeX from a Makefile 99% of the time, and I never want interaction.)
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