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Re: [Solang-users] photo dependesies.

From: Debarshi Ray
Subject: Re: [Solang-users] photo dependesies.
Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 18:33:54 +0200

> i accidentally found your photo manager and allready like what i read.
> Suddenly i can't test it until summer but i'll do it!

Very good.

> Now is the reason i writing to you.
> I currently work on small program wich interpret DCIM name system before
> photos will be imported. The next step will be to make photo importer
> wich work with tracker and use info from this tool to tag it.


> Information i talking about are: panorama and interval photos, audio
> comments, and groups like original+modified photos (created on the cam).


> I can provide this info to tracker but solang can't use it. Are you have
> interest on it. I'll be happy to discus it with you.

Right now Solang does not have any ability to import photos from a
camera. Sometime ago we did have a camera importer but then we were
not using Tracker but our own SQLite DB. Now that we are using
Tracker, I thought it would be better to have a separate importer
application which uses gvfs-gphoto and leverages Tracker.

> In attachment is my initial work in c. I learn c by my self, so if you

You have done quite well, I must say. Good work. :-)

> have some constructive comments to the code, i'll be happy to hear it.

It is not very clear as to how to use the program. Would be nice to
have some idea as to how to run it and what to expect as the output.
Also try to look at Gvfs and its gphoto backend for interfacing with
the cameras. I had a small IRC discussion with Matthias Clasen and
Bastien Nocera about this, but I do not have the logs on this laptop.
Will try to dig them up for you from my netbook later.

Also I will recommend using the address@hidden list because
this one is mainly for the end-users. We usually discuss patches and
other development issues there. It is fairly low traffic so it would
not bother your inbox too much. :-)

Happy hacking,
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