[Shotwell] Exposure exif value with 6 zeros
adam at yorba.org
Thu Dec 17 09:55:02 PST 2009
> I just installed and compiled Shotwell 0.4, which is absolutely great!
> It is improving really quickly.
> By using it, I found that the value of the exif exposure is followed by
> six zeros if the value is greater than 1 second. I think this is due to
> the printf function with a double var, that, when it is used without any
> precision-attribute, uses a precision of 6 by default.
Good point. We've now fixed this for 0.4. We simply decided to show 1
digit after the decimal point whenever the exposure is greater than 1
second. So a 15-second exposure will be displayed as "15.0 s". I think
> I hope this will be of some help for someone, I don't know who or how,
> as this is my very first attempt to improve opensource software.
Welcome to the party. :)
> programming skills are very bad, like my English, so please forgive me
> (and correct me! ;) ) if you like. I also don't know if this is the
> right place to post it.
You can always report Shotwell bugs either to this mailing list or by
filing tickets at trac.yorba.org. Thanks again!
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