I am one of the developers of panotools (panotools.sourceforge.net) a
collection of programs a libraries to stitch photographs into
We have recently decided to support EXIF tags. The idea is to read the
EXIF from the component images, and to copy (and in some the case of
some tags replace them) to the output images.
My question is, is there any documentation of the libraries? I noticed
that the web site has a list of files/functions using doxygen, but it
is not intended to somebody who wants to start using the library.
So my question is, what do you think is the best way to learn how to
use the library?
Thanks a lot!
Daniel M. German "Programming is like sex
--one mistake and you'll have
to support it for
Anonymous -> the rest of your life."
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On Sat, 2006-07-01 at 07:15 -0700, Daniel M. German wrote:
> My question is, is there any documentation of the libraries?
Unfortunately not. Have a look at fontends like exif or the test
programs in libexif/test - they should be simple enough to understand
the basic principle.
And don't hesitate to ask if you have specific questions.
Lutz M=FCller <lutz@...>
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