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The good news is that you can probably just remove the #map and #split (but keep the #join) entirely and it will work fine for now.
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Paperclip is currently passing all tests on Windows (assuming you have file.exe installed), so this should definitely be working. Can you paste your configuration so we can see if there's anything wrong? Please include both your model and any initializers.
On Sep 4, 2010, at 9:34 PM, ed wrote:
> Really need your help to fix the 'identify command not found error'. I
> have spent 2 full days on this trying to resolve this issue.
> I have paperclip running on rails 3.0.0.RC and Windows XP. It work
> fine, however if I uses the styles options in the has_attached_file
> method I got the error below:
> Document C:/DOCUME~1/Ed/LOCALS~1/Temp/stream,10144,2.doc is not
> recognized by the 'identify' command.
> http://gist.github.com/565653 (Full details of error)
> I can run 'identify' from the command line as well without a problem.
> I have command_path with no success.
> I've re-installed and tried 3 different versions of ImageMagick as
> I followed neufelni's fix to no avail and couldn't follow yous as i
> couldn't locate the files you mentioned like command_line.rb.
> Thanks for your help.