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exif is a BSD licensed binding to the libexif library. Please note that while this egg is BSD licensed the libexif lib is distributed under the LGPL.
Currently only read support is implemented in this binding.
tag-alist-from-file[procedure] (tag-alist-from-file FILENAME TAGLIST)
Reads in the EXIF data from the file defined by the FILENAME string and returns the values of the tags in TAGLIST as associated list. Nonexistant tags will have #f as return value.
thumbnail->u8vector[procedure] (thumbnail->u8vector FILENAME)
Reads the thumbnail from FILENAME and returns it as u8vector or #f if there isn't one.
#;1> (tag-alist-from-file "img_3942.jpg" '(model make date-time)) ((model . "Canon PowerShot G10") (make . "Canon") (date-time . "2010:08:20 20:38:18")) #;2> (thumbnail->u8vector "img_3942.jpg") #u8(255 216 255 219 0 132 0 9 6 6 8 6 5 9 ...
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- initial release
- bugfix release
- replace obsoleted null-pointer? predicate, no functionality changes
- Add appropriate guard for the null-pointer? predicate