[KimDaBa] KimDaBa snapshot available
jedd at progsoc.org
Fri Dec 30 00:25:18 GMT 2005
On Fri, 30 Dec 2005 05:36 am, Jesper K. Pedersen wrote:
] Thumbnails are now stored in the ~/.thumbnails directory, so if you want all
] of them to be deleted, simply rm -rf ~/.thumbnails
I haven't had a look at the new snapshot, so in the context of
someone who's commenting based on other people's comments ...
When the ~/.thumbnails directory is created, are the old ThumbNails
sub-dirs (I've got a heck of a lot of these scattered under ~/private/
pictures/ -- about 355 of them in fact) removed? Or do I have to
remove them manually (or ignore their presence)?
I echo Robert's (?) question -- do other apps conflict with the
~/.thumbnails subdir? I frequently use gqview to sort through
photos (culling them, etc) before cranking up KimDaBa and registering
the new pics in the database.
With EXIF information -- this is pretty exciting, and I'm hoping
that people with better knowledge about the IPTC (?) stuff can
give you some good insight. I'm not fussed too much about the
fields used (so long as they're human readable, anything should
be able to access them and/or modify them to suit another app's
preferences). My only question / concern is about how it'll handle
formats that don't have EXIF. A while ago I was scanning all my
old APS photos in to PNG - because I didn't want the lossiness of
JPG, and I did want the openness and decent compression of PNG,
it was just a shame that it wasn't until I'd done about 35 rolls of
old prints that I found out PNG doesn't support EXIF. Flippin' heck.
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