Improper usage of processed files
$file->process(...) returns a
ProcessedFile object, even it could not process the image.
ProcessedFile has a method
isProcessed() that needs to be used to check the result, otherwise
ProcessedFile returns the properties of the original file.
#3 Updated by Susanne Moog 3 months ago
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After revisiting this topic a few years later, I've come to the conclusion that I either don't get what the issue is anymore or there is no issue. Basically, the naming of "processed" is a bit ambivalent as in this case it simply means "hey, I've seen that file at some point" and not "I've done something with it". From the (current) code, I see no issue. Do you?
#4 Updated by Philipp Gampe 3 months ago
I did not verify lately, but at least the back in the days, the API returned an unprocessed file object in case of errors. If this is the expected behavior, then this should be documented.
Ambivalence in the API is an own bug category :/
You can as well go ahead and close this one. If nobody else bother since several years now, it must be good enough and time may be better spend elsewhere.