graphicsmagick security and imagemagick security
Regarding template:expansion at the head of the article:
$ gm display 'some pdf file'
works. The pdf got displayed. At the same time, http://www.graphicsmagick.org/security.html. I skimmed it rapidly. My conclusion, which is actually merely a guess, is that code, or configuration, or usability, is more subtly different, compared to , than one might assume. And one should consider all that when considering security as compared to security. Regid (talk) 21:36, 14 June 2021 (UTC)18.104.22.168-1 fails to display that file, with a message about a security policy. I do have ghostscript: pdf, ps modules installed. These modules are optional dependency for both and . I am not sure actually used those modules, although it seems reasonable that it did. doesn't seem to have a parallel policy file to the policy file. also does not directly depends, or provides, a library similar to libmagic. For the one who would like to dig further, there is