To better understand how to use your library I would like to look at the JavaDoc. I don't see a link for it here on GitHub, and the link on your site https://drewnoakes.com/code/exif/ points to a google code URL that is no longer valid, and attempting to download the JavaDoc via Maven also is not working.
We are currently adding a bunch of additional compiler flags to detect issues. However, we are setting these globally via set(CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS ...), which isn't too great. Instead we should add the flags only to our targets via target_compile_options. This would be beneficial as we could enable -fsanitize=fuzzer only for
First and foremost, thanks for this great library!
While I think the code is generally written well, I saw that in order to use this library I need to read it after reading the documentation as I didn't find what I was looking for in the documentation.
Furthermore, intellisense is not available and this too would be extremely helpful.
DefinitelyTyped is a project that is used to create int
Hi, as the library is not all straightforward, (nor do I understand EXIF that well), I'd love to see some documentation / examples on how to write tag values -- more specifically, in my case, how to write the "Date and Time" tag of an photo. My photos might lack the whole EXIF data entirely as they are somewhat old.
Kudos for making this library. Was surprised to find so little in the way of EX