[argyllcms] Re: BUG: Profile generated by Pantone Huey crashes iccdump & other utils

  • From: "Martin Weberg" <martin.weberg@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 13:33:18 +0200

using MacOSX PPC and argyllV0.70Beta6_osx10.3_ppc_bin I get:

iccdump "Dell Precision M20.icm"
iccdump(1305) malloc: *** error for object 0x502010: double free
iccdump(1305) malloc: *** set a breakpoint in szone_error to debug
iccdump: Error - 1, icmHeader_read: ICC V4 not supported!

But I as far as I remember V4 profiles aren't supported.


2007/10/18, Martin Ling <martin-argyll@xxxxxxxx>:
> Hi,
> The attached ICC profile was generated by the Pantone Huey software for
> my laptop LCD. It crashes iccdump (from the Debian argyll-bin package,
> version 0.60-0.1) with the attached trace. It seems to do the same thing
> to many other Argyll utilities.
> Some background that may help: the profile is successfully usable in
> Photoshop, and by the command-line lcms utilities. I got crashes using
> it with ufraw, which were traced to the lcms cmsTakeProductName call -
> the profile does not apparently contain a product name, and removing the
> call from ufraw fixed the problem for me.
> There may be quirks to this profile but it does work, and I've yet to
> see anything that confirms for sure it is not compliant with the ICC
> standard. In any case there are probably going to be more Huey-generated
> profiles in circulation before too long, so it would be good to fix this.
> Martin

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