[Digikam-users] custom filter for files

Yuri Samoilenko kinnalru at gmail.com
Thu Oct 24 20:45:39 BST 2013

I will look at batch tools code this holiday, may be I can implement simple
‘custom script processor‘.
24.10.2013 21:21 пользователь "Jean-François Rabasse" <jf at e-artefact.eu>

> On Thu, 24 Oct 2013, Remco Viëtor wrote:
>  What might work as well (not tested) is drag&drop from Digikam into Ark
>> (compression utility). D&d works from Digikam to Hugin panorama stitcher
> Yes, perfectly right. And Drag/Drop is not fundamentaly different from
> Copy/Paste via the clipboard.
> I am a Hugin user too.
> The trick I mentionned was more focused on « custom tool », as Yuri said,
> than on building an archive from a list of selected images. From what
> I understood in Yuri's e-mail, building an archive was an example of
> custom processing, not the definitive aim. But I may be wrong.
> And custom tool could be, a priori, anything and should accomodate for
> any user required processing.
> That's why I really believe an elegant solution could be, in a future,
> the possibility of hooking user's processors into the BQM.
> Such a feature could enhance widely the batch processor that could work
> upon a logic like :
> - select your files
> - select your tools in the supplied tools list
> - add, if any, your own tools (requires a name + a script path)
> With that, one can batch absolutely any processing.
> Cheers,
> Jean-François
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