Most digital cameras produce EXIF files, which are JPEG files with extra tags that contain information about the image. The EXIF library allows you to parse an EXIF file and read the data from those tags.
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Release Notes: This security release fixes a number of security and stability issues. It also includes many updated translations and translations for two new locales, en_AU and uk.
Release Notes: This release adds more flexibility to the existing EXIF options and fixes a crash when given bad command-line input. A few libexif bugs were fixed and rational values are now shown with appropriate precision. New translations are added for the bs, ro, and tr locales.
Release Notes: This release fixes a security vulnerability found in libexif 0.6.18. A substantial performance improvement was made. New translations were added for the be, en_GB, it, ja, pt, sq, and zh_CN locales.
Release Notes: This release's highlights include greatly expanded API documentation and sample programs, improved support for Pentax, Casio, and Epson MakerNotes, increased stability in the face of corrupted JPEG files, and proper output alignment in UTF-8 locales. EXIF tag fixup is now more eager in the default case, which means that more mandatory tags are added when needed and others are automatically corrected to be of the proper data types. New translations for the da, is, it, lv, pt_BR, and sr locales are also included.
Release Notes: This release collects several security and bug fixes that have accumulated in the considerable time since the previous release. In addition, support for Fuji and Sanyo maker notes has been added and more EXIF and maker note tags are now interpreted. Dutch and Swedish translations have also been contributed.