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Id: 13299
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Requestors: handianfei99 [...] mails.tsinghua.edu.cn
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Broken in: 2.19
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Subject: Problem with dashedLine()
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GD 2.19 perl 5.8.4 Also problematic with 2.23 #!/usr/bin/perl # Seems to be a bug with the dashedLine func # use GD; $width= 512; $height = 512; $im = new GD::Image($width, $height); # allocate some colors $white = $im->colorAllocate(255,255,255); $green = $im->colorAllocate(0,255, 0); $red = $im->colorAllocate(255,0,0); $blue = $im->colorAllocate(0,0,255); #$im->dashedLine(100, 50, 300, 51, $green); $im->dashedLine(300, 45, 200, 44, $green); # this line turns out to be a box!!! $png_data = $im->png; open (FILE, ">testGD.png") || die; binmode FILE; print FILE $png_data; close FILE;
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This method is deprecated in libgd and apparently is broken in newer versions of the library. All that GD does is to pass the call to the C layer, so there's nothing I can do to fix this. You should use setStyled() and gdStyled as alternatives.
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I should have mentioned that the method will be formally marked deprecated-do not use in the next version of GD.


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