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Author: René Wagner <>
Date:   Fri, 28 Aug 2020 18:58:49 +0200

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diff --git a/ b/ @@ -2,20 +2,17 @@ [![ status](]( -This project is about a small statistic generator about the photographical habits for your terminal. +This project is a small statistic generator for the terminal which accumulates about your photographical habits. It is mainly a selfcontained [SQlite]( database that stores the data which is extracted from the exif data of your images using [exiftool]( and provides some methods to query the gathered data and gain some statistical insight. -### get in contact -There are two prefered options to choose from to get in contact for feature request, bug reports, question and everything else related to photo stats: -- the ticket tracker: -- the mailing list: +Additional information can be found on the [wiki page]( ## requirements The famous `exiftool` needs to be installed on your system, no matter if you use prebuilt binarys or the bare scripts. ### using binary (recommended) -There are prebuilt binarys (currently x86\_64 linux only) and packages for Arch Linux and derivatives available for [every ref]( +There are prebuilt binarys (currently only x86\_64 for linux and Haiku) and packages for Arch Linux and derivatives available for [every ref]( ### using bare scripts Simply clone the repo or manually download the scripts from @@ -133,9 +130,3 @@ examples: show camera models where the maker field does not contain the term "ricoh" ``` -## FAQ -- I have my images on a network share, how can i include them into the stats? -You should mount the share and use is like a local directory. - -- Can i add different folders to the statistics? -Omit the `-c` param when populating the database to avoid cleaning up old values. The tool will take care that now duplicates are added.