If a PNG image matches the PageSpec of an inline directive, the page throws the following error:

[[!inline Error: Malformed UTF-8 character (fatal) at /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/File/MimeInfo.pm line 120.]]

Individual posts display fine, and moving the offending image outside the scope of the inline directive's PageSpec eliminates the error.

I tried to reproduce this with a random png and File::MimeInfo version 0.15, but could not. The png was included in the generated feed via an enclosure, as it should be; no warnings or errors.

Looking at the source to File::MimeInfo and its changelog, I'm pretty sure that this problem was fixed in version 0.14:

  - Fixed bug with malformed utf8 chars in default() method

The code involved in that fix looks like this:

            no warnings; # warnings can be thrown when input not ascii
           if ($] < 5.008 or ! utf8::valid($line)) {
                   use bytes; # avoid invalid utf8 chars

I guess that your locally installed version of File::MimeInfo is older than this. So closing this bug done. If you still see the problem with a current version of File::MimeInfo, please reopen and include where I can get a png file that triggers the problem. --Joey