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#!/bin/bash
#
#
# The following are the only settings you should need to change:
#
# TS_AS_FILENAME: This can help eliminate duplicate images during sorting.
# TRUE: File will be renamed to the Unix timestamp and its extension.
# FALSE (any non-TRUE value): Filename is unchanged.
TS_AS_FILENAME=TRUE
#
# USE_LMDATE: If this is TRUE, images without EXIF data will have their Last Modified file
# timestamp used as a fallback. If FALSE, images without EXIF data are put in noexif/ for
# manual sorting.
# Valid options are "TRUE" or anything else (assumes FALSE). FIXME: Restrict to TRUE/FALSE
#
USE_LMDATE=TRUE
#
# USE_FILE_EXT: The following option is here as a compatibility option as well as a bugfix.
# If this is set to TRUE, files are identified using FILE's magic, and the extension
# is set accordingly. If FALSE (or any other value), file extension is left as-is.
# CAUTION: If set to TRUE, extensions may be changed to values you do not expect.
# See the manual page for file(1) to understand how this works.
# NOTE: This option is only honored if TS_AS_FILENAME is TRUE.
#
USE_FILE_EXT=TRUE
#
# JPEG_TO_JPG: The following option is here for personal preference. If TRUE, this will
# cause .jpg to be used instead of .jpeg as the file extension. If FALSE (or any other
# value) .jpeg is used instead. This is only used if USE_FILE_EXT is TRUE and used.
#
JPEG_TO_JPG=FALSE
#
#
# The following is an array of filetypes that we intend to locate using find.
# Any imagemagick-supported filetype can be used, but EXIF data is only present in
# jpeg and tiff. Script will optionally use the last-modified time for sorting (see above)
# Extensions are matched case-insensitive. *.jpg is treated the same as *.JPG, etc.
# Can handle any file type; not just EXIF-enabled file types. See USE_LMDATE above.
#
FILETYPES=("*.jpg" "*.jpeg" "*.png" "*.tif" "*.tiff" "*.gif" "*.xcf")
#
# Optional: Prefix of new top-level directory to move sorted photos to.
# if you use MOVETO, it MUST have a trailing slash! Can be a relative pathspec, but an
# absolute pathspec is recommended.
# FIXME: Gracefully handle unavailable destinations, non-trailing slash, etc.
#
MOVETO=""
#
###############################################################################
# End of settings. If you feel the need to modify anything below here, please share
# your edits at the URL above so that improvements can be made to the script. Thanks!
#
#
# Assume find, grep, stat, awk, sed, tr, etc.. are already here, valid, and working.
# This may be an issue for environments which use gawk instead of awk, etc.
# Please report your environment and adjustments at the URL above.
#
###############################################################################
# Nested execution (action) call
# This is invoked when the programs calls itself with
# $1 = "doAction"
# $2 = <file to handle>
# This is NOT expected to be run by the user in this matter, but can be for single image
# sorting. Minor output issue when run in this manner. Related to find -print0 below.
#
# Are we supposed to run an action? If not, skip this entire section.
if [[ "$1" == "doAction" && "$2" != "" ]]; then
# Check for EXIF and process it
echo -n ": Checking EXIF... "
DATETIME=`identify -verbose "$2" | grep "exif:DateTime:" | awk '{print $2" "$3}'`
if [[ "$DATETIME" == "" ]]; then
echo "not found."
if [[ $USE_LMDATE == "TRUE" ]]; then
# I am deliberately not using %Y here because of the desire to display the date/time
# to the user, though I could avoid a lot of post-processing by using it.
DATETIME=`stat --printf='%y' "$2" | awk -F. '{print $1}' | sed y/-/:/`
echo " Using LMDATE: $DATETIME"
else
echo " Moving to ./noexif/"
mkdir -p "${MOVETO}noexif" && mv -b -f "$2" "${MOVETO}noexif"
exit
fi;
else
echo "found: $DATETIME"
fi;
# The previous iteration of this script had a major bug which involved handling the
# renaming of the file when using TS_AS_FILENAME. The following sections have been
# rewritten to handle the action correctly as well as fix previously mangled filenames.
# FIXME: Collisions are not handled.
#
EDATE=`echo $DATETIME | awk '{print $1}'`
# Evaluate the file extension
if [ "$USE_FILE_EXT" == "TRUE" ]; then
# Get the FILE type and lowercase it for use as the extension
EXT=`file -b "$2" | awk -F' ' '{print $1}' | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]'`
if [[ "${EXT}" == "jpeg" && "${JPEG_TO_JPG}" == "TRUE" ]]; then
EXT="jpg";
fi
else
# Lowercase and use the current extension as-is
EXT=`echo "$2" | awk -F. '{print $NF}' | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]'`
fi;
# Evaluate the file name
if [ "$TS_AS_FILENAME" == "TRUE" ]; then
# Get date and times from EXIF stamp
ETIME=`echo $DATETIME | awk '{print $2}'`
# Unix Formatted DATE and TIME - For feeding to date()
UFDATE=`echo $EDATE | sed y/:/-/`
# Unix DateSTAMP
UDSTAMP=`date -d "$UFDATE $ETIME" +%s`
echo " Will rename to $UDSTAMP.$EXT"
MVCMD="/$UDSTAMP.$EXT"
fi;
# DIRectory NAME for the file move
# sed issue for y command fix provided by thomas
DIRNAME=`echo $EDATE | sed y-:-/-`
echo -n " Moving to ${MOVETO}${DIRNAME}${MVCMD} ... "
mkdir -p "${MOVETO}${DIRNAME}" && mv -b -f "$2" "${MOVETO}${DIRNAME}${MVCMD}"
echo "done."
echo ""
exit
fi;
#
###############################################################################
# Scanning (find) loop
# This is the normal loop that is run when the program is executed by the user.
# This runs find for the recursive searching, then find invokes this program with the two
# parameters required to trigger the above loop to do the heavy lifting of the sorting.
# Could probably be optimized into a function instead, but I don't think there's an
# advantage performance-wise. Suggestions are welcome at the URL at the top.
for x in "${FILETYPES[@]}"; do
# Check for the presence of imagemagick and the identify command.
# Assuming its valid and working if found.
I=`which identify`
if [ "$I" == "" ]; then
echo "The 'identify' command is missing or not available."
echo "Is imagemagick installed?"
exit 1
fi;
echo "Scanning for $x..."
# FIXME: Eliminate problems with unusual characters in filenames.
# Currently the exec call will fail and they will be skipped.
find . -iname "$x" -print0 -exec sh -c "$0 doAction '{}'" \;
echo "... end of $x"
done;
# clean up empty directories. Find can do this easily.
# Remove Thumbs.db first because of thumbnail caching
echo -n "Removing Thumbs.db files ... "
find . -name Thumbs.db -delete
echo "done."
echo -n "Cleaning up empty directories ... "
find . -empty -delete
echo "done."