Today, a new digiKam user from Italia named Salvatore Brigaglia has compiled current digiKam and kipi-plugins code for KDE4 under Mac OSX and take some screenshoots in action here and here with Apple desktop in background.
Of course, it's a native version of digiKam... Look Salvotore blog entry for details.
I relay here Andreas Huggel post about the new Exiv2 0.18 release, available to download with main changes listed below:
- Write-support for TIFF, DNG, NEF,PEF, PNG and JP2 images.
- Makernote updates.
- Access to image previews.
On Windows, Exiv2 can now be built as a DLL. In addition to the changes in the 0.18 pre-releases, the Exiv2 command line utility has new options to show all (Exif, IPTC and XMP) metadata and to list and extract preview images.
It's the work of many and marks a major milestone in the history of Exiv2.
The 5th KDE4 beta release of digiKam plugins box is out.
With this new release, a new plugin named SmugExport is born. It's dedicated to export images to SmugMug web service.
Dear all digiKam fans and users!
Before to close this year, a new digiKam beta release and a new stable kipi-plugins release have be done for KDE3, especially as bug fix and translations updates. Also, shared libraries libkexiv2 and libkdcraw have been updated.
digiKam 0.9.5-beta2 tarball can be downloaded from SourceForge at this url
Since few days, team works on KDE bugzilla to clean bugs database before to release digiKam 0.10.0-beta7 for KDE4 and digiKam 0.9.5-beta2 for KDE3.
More than 30 files have been closed in 3 days, and less than one quarter of all files have been parsed. Note than digiKam and DigikamImagePlugins component in bugzilla counts around 500 entries.