The new version of the suite is available.
- fixed bug #3096377: parsing directory in root file system.
- improved with feature request #3096383: parsing “tif” file.
- upgraded to Gimp 2.6.
You can download it through the SF site.
Released a new version of the edivad-suite which include a script for making a watermark on the image. As usual it works on opened image, single file or directory.
From now you can also find, browsing the SVN, a bash script I use for sequentially renaming (actually a cp) all files in a directory, starting from a provided number, and a desired file extension.
The scanner epson perfection 1650 (via USB) on a Debian stable (4.0) is fully supported. All you need in order to use it is to run the following packages and the use Gimp for acquiring images.
aptitude install -P xsane libsane-extras sane-utils
Also remember to add required users to the scanner group
adduser <your_user> scanner
Today I’ve released 2 versions of the suite: 1.1.0 and 2.0.0. So upgrading to the 2.0.0 means adding the following features
For further details refer to the application site. 🙂
For the happiness of the Internet waste, I’ve released a project in Source Forge. 🙂
This project is born starting from some script-fu I’ve developed for automating some photo processing in Gimp. Here is the project home page.
Let’s talk again about script-fu. file-glob is a beautiful function that retrieve all the files within a specified directory with the specified pattern. But if you have to deal with case sensitive file system, soon or late you’ll bump in the problem that *.jpg is different from *.JPG.
In order to solve this it’s enough to think about regular expression. Yes, it seems that file-glob make use of regular expression for file pattern matching. So if you, for example, have a patter like /home/edivad/img/*.jpg and want a case insensitive matching you can use a pattern like /home/edivad/img/*.[jJ][pP][gG].
I did it again. For the photo training I’m attempting to, I need to show at the final year test a portfolio for the reportage subject.
I have to show 30 photos paged in a portfolio. So in order to speed up the pagination work, I did a gimp script.
This will process the opened image and generate a new file with the paginated photo and a caption.
Here is the code; pdf as usual damn wordpress.
Again, I’m not proof in script-fu so if you encounter something wrong or that can be done better, use the comments 🙂