November 12, 2022, 11:58pm
I’m trying to deploy an Elixir app using
the Image library, which uses libvips. The build fails because of some vips-related compiler error, and I think they’re caused by the outdated libvips version (
libvips 8.7.4-Sat Nov 21 16:50:57 UTC 2020).
Would it be possible to update it? If not, what are my options? Deploying a Docker environment?
November 14, 2022, 1:07pm
Thanks for reaching out.
I’ve logged an internal ticket to look into updating
libvips on our Native Environments. However, I don’t have any timescales on when that might be actioned.
To have more control over your OS-level dependencies, Docker would be the way to go, as you suggested.
November 28, 2022, 3:31pm
Same issue with Ruby env which has libvips 8.7.4.
(edit: moved to it’s own thread)
I have a Rails app that uses libvips for image processing. It has no problems locally, but it fails in production on images that use the CMYK color space.
I’ve traced the cause to an issue that’s been fixed since libvips 8.8.0.
The version Render provides for the Ruby env is 8.7.4.
According to libvips/ChangeLog at master · libvips/libvips · GitHub, 8.7.4 was released back in April 2019, and the most recent version is 8.13.4, released a few months ago. …
December 28, 2022, 3:31pm
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