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Tool for visualizing and classifying images and photos

GNOME Photo Collector (gphotocoll) is a tool for classifying images and photos. Pictures are stored in classic images files, but references and keywords can be stored in a PostgreSQL database. It records information such as type of film used, ID, pathname, type and model of camera, date, description, and keywords. The program supports all formats supported by the gdk-pixbuf library, which is used to load the images.


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Janet Casey

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13 March 2002

Leaders and contributors

Thierry Florac Maintainer
Florian Steiper Contributor
Julien Blache Contributor
Kronoman Contributor
Mark Kuchel Contributor

Resources and communication

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SupportMailing List Info/Archive
Debian (Ref)

Software prerequisites

Required to useGTK+ > (1.2.x or later)
Required to usePostGreSQL
Required to usegdk-pixbuf (0.7.x or later)
Required to useGnome-Libs (1.2.x or later)
Required to useGnome-Print (0.25 or > later)

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 15 February 2018.


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