Bug/crash due to date comparison
martin at kos.li
Tue Jan 10 11:07:52 CET 2017
On 09.01.2017 10:57, Chris Green wrote:
> To get the ordering I want I have simply changed the __cmp__
> functions in PhotoAlbum.py to compare filename/path name rather than
> date. My images are named sequentially (e.g. the tenth slide film I
> took in 1974 has images named p1974_10_01.jpg to p1974_10_36.jpg) so
> this works as I want. Not all the file dates, nor the EXIF dates
> reflect the actual image date and anyway, in some cases, I don't know
> the actual date.
Chris, I would be interested in that "patch" too. (or even as command
line option). I have my files named similiarly, and in most cases the
EXIF date & file timestamp are set by jhead, but in some cases, and
especially for folders, the timestamps are wrong, but the folder name
would sort it the right way.
> Lovely program, I ran it against my whole images tree (30k images)
> yesterday and eveything is just as I want.
I like photofloat very much too and would like too see it evolve and
e.g. be used for NextCloud photo gallery (or at least the simple but
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