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Sat Oct 5 02:08:30 PDT 2002 <firstname.lastname@example.org> When thumbnailing lots of images at once with the Db repository, an exception may occur similar to: Unhandled Exception: System.NotImplementedException: The requested feature is not yet implemented in <0x0002b> 00 System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommand:Dispose (bool) I'm not sure how/when Dispose is getting called here; a quick fix is to simply comment out the throw in System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommand:Dispose :) Fri Oct 4 17:57:31 PDT 2002 <email@example.com> Due to a weird bug in gtk-sharp, you must be using the Default gnome2 theme to avoid crashes -- run gnome-theme-properties and select Default. This will hopefully be fixed asap. An eog preview pane is available, but it's sort of a hack atm. You need libeog (eog/libeog) compiled as a shared library, and libeog.so somewhere in your library path. This will be packaged later on. Then, build with /define HAVE_LIBEOG Wed Oct 3 16:55:59 PDT 2002 <firstname.lastname@example.org> Two different repository modes: database-based and directory-based. Directory based mode is read-only; you can't import new images or create/delete collections. Database mode is full-featured, but does require sqlite (or another appropriate db). To use a directory-based repository, specify a list of directories on the command line, i.e.: ./mphoto.exe /path/to/dir1 /path/to/dir2 /path/to/dir3 Each directory will show up as a separate collection. If you use the db backend, don't specify any arguments, and mphoto will create the sqlite database to use (you still have to set up the libgda/config file -- see below). Then you can use Create Collection/Import Directory to create collections and import dirs. --------------------------------------------------------------- ----- old readme contents, ignore, included for archiving ----- Wed Oct 2 04:07:59 PDT 2002 <email@example.com> Some quick start instructions on setting up a database for use with mphoto. The datababse name is currently hardcoded to be "mphoto" (main.cs). This means your ~/.libgda/config should look something like: <?xml version="1.0"?> <libgda-config> <section path="/apps/libgda/Datasources/mphoto"> <entry name="DSN" type="string" value="URI=/home/vladimir/mphoto.db"/> <entry name="Description" type="string" value="Mphoto"/> <entry name="Provider" type="string" value="SQLite"/> </section> </libgda-config> or at least have the releavnt <section> entry. Change the URI bit in the DSN to be wherever you want the database file to live. Then, create the tables in the database -- this should/will be done from mphoto itself sometime soon: % sqlite /path/to/my/mphoto.db SQLite version 2.4.0 Enter ".help" for instructions sqlite> .read mphoto-sqlite.sql -- included in source [some spam here] sqlite> .exit Fire up mphoto. % mono mphoto.exe Select File -> New Collection. Nothing will happen, but some SQL will scroll by in the window. Congratulations, you now have a collection. Don't select New Collection again because there is currentlly no way to pick which collection you're looking at. Select File -> Import Directory and type in/select a directory name to add images. It'll churn for a bit (this import needs to happen in a separate thread). Then you'll see the thumbnailer kick off and your images will show up. It will probably segfault when you Quit. Just ignore this. :)