[KPhotoAlbum] Command line filtering

Robert Krawitz rlk at alum.mit.edu
Sun Feb 24 21:37:34 GMT 2019

On Sun, 24 Feb 2019 22:23:24 +0100, Johannes Zarl-Zierl wrote:
> Am Sonntag, 24. Februar 2019, 22:07:03 CET schrieb Robert Krawitz:
>> > 1. Calling kpa-filter without arguments loops indefinitely
>> > At least, it seems like this - I used Ctrl-C after a few minutes. I'm not
>> > sure what the intended outcome would be. I had expected either a listing
>> > of all files in the index.xml or just the help message.
>> On my system, it does list every file (that's what it's supposed to do).
> Maybe my version of perl is too old or something? I'm using perl 5.28.1

Shouldn't be.  What I'm doing is very straightforward.

>> > 2. How do I use the "--db" option?
>> > I tried the following command in the kphotoalbum source directory:
>> > $ kpa-filter --db "$PWD/demo/index.xml"
>> > Could not create file parser context for file "1": No such file or
>> > directory at contrib/kpa-filter line 494.
>> Bug, fixed in the latest.
>> > 3. The "--count" option does seem to do nothing in the following call:
>> > $ kpa-filter -c -l cat:Keywords
>> Another bug fixed in the latest (ef1864e897fe65d27efb8e34f13bd1252e62cbdb).
> Strange - I did all my tests using ef1864e897fe65d27efb8e34f13bd1252e62cbdb

What's the MD5 checksum of your actual executable:

71c91630373bcef0c35b8fb53a4d272b  kpa-filter
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