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This library is a wrapper for the Exiftool command-line application (http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/) written by Phil Harvey. You will get the full power of Exiftool to Ruby: Reading and writing of EXIF-data, IPTC-data and XMP-data. Branch master is for actual development and branch compatibility-version is for compatibility with R…

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= MiniExiftool

This library is wrapper for the Exiftool command-line application
(http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool) written by Phil Harvey.
Read and write access is done in a clean OO manner.

== Requirements

An installation of the Exiftool command-line application.
Instructions for installation you can find under
http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/install.html .

== Installation

First you need Exiftool (see under Requirements above). Then you can simply
install the gem with
 gem install mini_exiftool
respectively (on *nix sytems)
 sudo gem install mini_exiftool

Alternative you can download the tarball or zip file and run
 ruby setup.rb config
 ruby setup.rb setup
 sudo ruby setup.rb install

== Contribution

The code is also hostet in a git repository on Gitorious at
http://gitorious.org/projects/mini_exiftool 
feel free to contribute!

== Author
Jan Friedrich <janfri DOT rubyforge AT gmail DOT com>

== Copyright / License
Copyright (c) 2007-2008 by Jan Friedrich

Licensed under terms of the GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE, Version 2.1, 
February 1999 (see file COPYING for more details)

== Usage

For further information about using MiniExiftool read the
Tutorial[link://files/Tutorial.html] and have a look at the examples in
directory examples.
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