Version: (using Devel)
Installed from: Compiled sources
This enables the user to select images with a geoposition by position using a marble widget.
It creates a new icon on the overviewpage for "select by geoposition". Choosing this will show a marble widget showing the locations of all currently selected images that have a geoposition set. You can then drag a rectangle (Ctrl + mouse drag) to select the images within a region.
* with marble up do 4.3.4 kphotoalbum crashes usually on the second or third activation of the marble widget. I think this is due to bug 182470 in marble
* SQL backend geoposition searching not implemented
* I have tried to make everything compile (and run) fine without marble, but have not tested this
Created attachment 39416 [details]
Patch implementing this
The patch must be missing some changes to CMakeFiles.txt, I guess it should at lease compile the new files you've added
Created attachment 39521 [details]
Revised patch - now including CMakeLists.txt
Sorry - had forgotten CMakeLists.txt
Matthias, do you happen to have a newer version of this GeoPositioning patch. It seems that the current one does not compile with GIT version of KPA. I had to first resolve a few conflicts manually but then I got a compilation error as DB/Result.h does not exist anymore.
On 5 February 2012 16:11, Miika Turkia <email@example.com> wrote:
> Matthias, do you happen to have a newer version of this GeoPositioning patch.
> It seems that the current one does not compile with GIT version of KPA. I had
> to first resolve a few conflicts manually but then I got a compilation error as
> DB/Result.h does not exist anymore.
DB::Result has been renamed to DB::IdList so the header is now
DB/IdList.h and Result should be replaced with IdList to make the
patch current again.
I'm sorry but I think its not wise to include new functionality in the release even if there are exisiting patches.
Me personally I would include only patches that fix bugs...
This functionality has been added in the meantime and will be released with KPA 4.7.