[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 518344] Re: Allow export to iPod
Launchpad Bug Tracker
518344 at bugs.launchpad.net
Tue Aug 17 13:00:30 BST 2010
This bug was fixed in the package f-spot - 0.7.2-1
f-spot (0.7.2-1) experimental; urgency=low
* New upstream release 0.7.2 "Retooled"
+ Third release of the unstable 0.7 development series. Features a
fully restructured source tree with full Monodevelop build
support. Solves some of the regressions introduced in 0.7.1.
+ Reorganized source tree for clarity, builds with Monodevelop.
+ Switched from QueuedSqliteDatabase to HyenaSqliteConnection (Mike
+ Build tweaks (Christian Krause)
+ More GtkBuilder transition (Eric Faehnrich)
+ Reliability improvements (lots of them) for metadata handling (Mike
Gemünde, Ruben Vermeersch)
+ Prune empty directories when deleting photos, import usability
enhancements (Mike Wallick)
+ Big race-condition fix in import (Paul Wellner Bou)
+ Loads of improvements to Taglib#, in terms of handling broken files,
extra format support (Pentax, Panasonic, Leica), stability and
correctness (Ruben Vermeersch)
- Runs out of memory Importing photo with suspect EXIF data
- Metadata parsing of broken file causes large memory allocation
- Photo import: cancel & copy have same keyboard shortcut (LP: #244423)
- Facebook export will not create new album (LP: #563495)
- Allow export to iPod (LP: #518344)
+ Reporting of import errors.
+ Speedups to repeated imports of the same directory.
+ Piles of cleanups and general stability improvements.
+ Over 50 bugs closed (http://bit.ly/cqpC3y)
-- Iain Lane <iain at orangesquash.org.uk> Tue, 17 Aug 2010 12:59:32 +0100
** Changed in: f-spot (Ubuntu)
Status: Triaged => Fix Released
Allow export to iPod
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Status in Personal photo management for the GNOME desktop: Fix Released
Status in “f-spot” package in Ubuntu: Fix Released
Binary package hint: f-spot
Wishlist: Would be great if F-Spot could export photos to an iPod, like Tripod or GPixPod does.
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