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.
libexif is a library for parsing, editing, and saving EXIF data. It is
intended to replace lots of redundant implementations in command-line
utilities and programs with GUIs.
libexif supports parsing, editing and saving of EXIF data. In addition, it
has gettext support. All EXIF tags described in EXIF standard 2.1 (and
* New translations: bs, tr
* Updated translations: be, cs, da, de, en_GB, en_CA, it, ja, nl, pl, pt_BR,
pt, ru, sk, sq, sr, sv, vi, zh_CN
* Fixed some problems in the write-exif.c example program
* Stop listing -lm as a required library for dynamic linking in libexif.pc
* Turned on the --enable-silent-rules configure option
* Changed a lot of strings to
libexif (0.6.20-3) unstable; urgency=high
* Add patches to fix multiples security issues: CVE-2012-2814,
CVE-2012-2840, CVE-2012-2813, CVE-2012-2812, CVE-2012-2841,
CVE-2012-2836, CVE-2012-2837 (Closes: #681454).
-- Emmanuel Bouthenot <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 17 Jul 2012 19:05:20 +0000
libexif (0.6.20-2) unstable; urgency=low
[ Kees Cook ]
* debian/copyright: fix empty lines i