Last week I implemented a couple of features:
* PTinfo. It is a new program that will extract the metadata from at
TIFF and display it. Perhaps its most important feature is that it
can display the 'o' line of the script that created and the entire
script. It can also be used instead of identify to recognize if the
tiff is cropped and how big it is. The output is still not nicely
formatted. I have in mind some parsing of the script to indicate the
type of projection used. What type of info do you think it would be
useful to display?
* -x option. In several of the tools (PTblender, PTmasker, PTroller,
PTcrop, PTuncrop) I have added a -x option that deletes the source
files. This feature, of course, should be treated with
care. Deletion is the _very_ last step and only if the program so
far has run properly.
* Various bug fixes.
Daniel M. German "To take photographs means to recognize
--simultaneously and within a
fraction of a second
--both the fact itself and the rigorous
organization of visually perceived
forms that give it meaning.
It is putting one's head,
one's eye and one's heart on the same
Henri Cartier Bresson -> axis"
dmg (at) uvic (dot) ca
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