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Image Resizer "Notice" on first resize of new image

Thread began 3/28/2013 11:06 am by Andrew Read | Last modified 3/28/2013 3:59 pm by Christopher West | 666 views | 9 replies |

Andrew Read

Image Resizer "Notice" on first resize of new image

Every time I upload a new image, my testing server (stricter error and notice reporting than normal) reports the following error.

Notice: Use of undefined constant resize_smaller -  assumed 'resize_smaller' in LOCATION\CachedResize_Image.php on  line ###
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the webassist\caching\CachedResiz e_Image.php file, change line 164:

php:
if (!$this.resize_smaller && $this->width < $this->new_width && $this->height < $this->new_height)    {



to:

php:
if (!$this->resize_smaller && $this->width < $this->new_width && $this->height < $this->new_height)    {
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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Oddly enough I only started to get this same error message on my local host after I had changed code to the location of the uploaded images..but that was a fairly straightforward process that wouldnt have effected imagecache...I even deleted the the webassist imagecache php folder and reapplied the server behaviour, deleted all the _notes folders and the cache folder on the localhost...but still get this issue..the only other part of my system that is different is either the latest databridge revision and the WAMP software (I used to use WampServer now Im using XAMPP). I havent had time to investigate this issue but i am interested to find out any details of why its happening :)

Chris

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

did you see my previous reply?

in the webassist\caching\CachedResiz e_Image.php file, change line 164:

php:
if (!$this.resize_smaller && $this->width < $this->new_width && $this->height < $this->new_height)    {


to:

php:
if (!$this->resize_smaller && $this->width < $this->new_width && $this->height < $this->new_height)    {
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Andrew Read

By the timestamps it looks like he was typing while you were posting. :D

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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

yes when I posted my question I noticed Jason had replied to yours while I was typing (note to self..I must type faster) ;-)

Chris

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

no worries, just wanted to make sure there was a reply to your question so you would get a notice.

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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Thats all good Jason. curious though..As I wrote in my original post this issue only occured only after I changed folders (so changed code) updated the webassist extensions and changed to a different wamp environment (I did all 3 at different times) and only noticed this error after so I am unsure which would have effected this issue as before never had problems with imagecache.

Chris

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Andrew Read

It's not an "Error" it is a "Notice", so it was probably always happening.. but your new testing server has a higger reporting state set. You may not have been seeing "Notices" reported at all before. :)

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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Thanks Andrew, that makes sense..I must admit I do prefer XAMPP then WampServer...however I do feel the longer I use XAMPP in one session Im sure it slows down...but im just nip-picking now lol


Chris

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