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A small command-line utility to show EXIF information hidden in JPEG files
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EXIF ---- 'exif' is a small command-line utility to show EXIF information hidden in JPEG files. I wrote it to demonstrate the power of libexif. It depends on * libexif (https://libexif.github.io/) * popt Have fun! Lutz <firstname.lastname@example.org> BUILDING -------- Assuming libexif and popt are installed, building exif from the source tar ball should be a simple matter of: ./configure make sudo make install If your libexif is installed in a non-standard location, you must point configure at the location of its libexif.pc file using the pkg-config path, like this: ./configure PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig When building from git, run this before configuring: autoreconf -i INTERNATIONALIZATION -------------------- All translations for exif (except en_CA) are coordinated by the Translation Project at https://translationproject.org/. This means that ALL changes to the .po files (except that exception) MUST be made through the TP web site, or they will be eventually overwritten and lost. If you are interested in translating exif into a new language, simply join TP and start! A translation disclaimer is NOT required for exif; by making a translation, you agree implicitly to provide it under the same license terms as the rest of exif (GPL). When a new version of exif is available for translation, an exif maintainer will contact the Translation Project and all interested TP members will be automatically notified.