Missing file - TypeError: t.replace is not a function

One of the images is not added to the library.

λ ./photostructure info f:/SynologyDrive/Photos/0001/0160.jpg
Failed  TypeError: t.replace is not a function
    at k (C:\Users\mnaou\photostructure-for-servers\bin\info.js:3:507519)
    at Object.t.keywordTagFiles (C:\Users\mnaou\photostructure-for-servers\bin\info.js:3:508278)
    at async Object.t.thenMap (C:\Users\mnaou\photostructure-for-servers\bin\info.js:3:467127)
    at async Object.g [as tagAsset] (C:\Users\mnaou\photostructure-for-servers\bin\info.js:3:502293)
    at async t.info (C:\Users\mnaou\photostructure-for-servers\bin\info.js:3:481945)
    at async Promise.all (index 0)
    at async C:\Users\mnaou\photostructure-for-servers\bin\info.js:3:542529
2021-03-12T00:46:30.398Z info-8520 error PowerShell observeBatchCluster.endError() { stack:
   [ 'Error: Error: end() called before task completed ({"gracefully":true,"source":"BatchCluster.end()"})(start errors/min: 23.63)',
     '    at BatchCluster.emitStartError (C:\\Users\\mnaou\\photostructure-for-servers\\node_modules\\batch-cluster\\dist\\BatchCluster.js:314:43)',
     '    at Object.onStartError (C:\\Users\\mnaou\\photostructure-for-servers\\node_modules\\batch-cluster\\dist\\BatchCluster.js:179:57)',
     '    at C:\\Users\\mnaou\\photostructure-for-servers\\node_modules\\batch-cluster\\dist\\BatchProcess.js:237:34' ] }

Thanks for reporting this! It’s fixed in v1.0.0-alpha.0 (which I hope to release tomorrow).

Nope, still there

$ ./photostructure --version
$ ./photostructure info F:/SynologyDrive/Photos/0001/0160.jpg
Failed  TypeError: d.replace is not a function
    at f0 (C:\Users\curators\KeywordTagger.ts:199:20)
    at yC (C:\Users\curators\KeywordTagger.ts:269:5)
    at p0 (C:\Users\curators\KeywordTagger.ts:316:10)
    at x (C:\fe\Promise.ts:12:15)
    at b0 (C:\Users\curators\AssetTagger.ts:100:3)
    at Uf (C:\Users\InfoImpl.ts:60:21)
    at async Promise.all (index 0)
    at E2 (C:\Users\info.ts:218:12)
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Thanks for the example image! I was able to reproduce the problem easily.

Something upstream parsed one of the keyword array elements as a number, not a string. This issue should be fixed in -alpha.2:

$ node dist/library/info.js ~/Desktop/kw.jpg 
    _PhotoStructureVersion: '1.0.0-alpha.2',
        '!My Keywords',
        'Алина Рубанова'

Thanks for another easy-to-follow bug report: :star: :star: :star: :star: :star:

Great. I guess, you didn’t push it to GitHub yet? The latest version I see there is still 1.0.0-alpha.1

No, I’m getting macos and windows builds propped up before I push alpha.2. If I don’t get them done this afternoon, I’ll make them wait until alpha.3.

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