Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Ubuntu binaries

I added binaries for Ubuntu 8.10 and 9.04. See the download page for details.

Another change is fixing a bug that could result in deleted files if the disk became full.

I also did the Windows port, but I'm not happy with it, because it crashes. I'll look some more at it before making the Windows version available.


  1. hi
    thanks for your programm
    i have some bugs on Ubuntu 9.04 with Gnome, icons not showing
    look at screenshot

    sorry for my english

  2. The same happens in Debian/Testing (squezze) with the last Ubuntu package (Ubuntu 9.04, 32 bit). But with some test, I fix it installing the 'libqt4-svg' Debian package. I thing that you need to put this packagfe in the dependencies of de ubuntu package.

    Many thanks for the app. Martintxo.

  3. I was about to suggest installing libqt4-svg when I noticed Martintxo's post. Hopefully I'll be able to figure out how to make that package a required dependency for the next release. I also suspect that in your cases the tag editor doesn't display most images, because a JPEG plugin is needed (and probably missing.) Showing JPEGs needs libqt4-gui (or rather libqtgui4). I'll have to boot into Ubuntu to see about this.

    (I have more Qt libraries installed, and that's why it works fine on my computer.)

  4. A note for alxgudo:

    In the image that you posted I saw that you have files that use an unsupported text encoding. Perhaps you can send me one of those files, so I can look at it and probably add the encoding. Thanks.

  5. to ciobi:
    >>Perhaps you can send me one of those files...


    and thanks for libqt4-svg

  6. to ciobi:
    are you planing to localize your app to other languages?
    i can help you with russian translation

  7. to alxgudo:

    1) I got the file; I'll have a look.

    2) I personally don't care about translations and I always use the English version of a program even if it is available in my native language (Romanian.) Currently the code is not translation-friendly. That is going to change but not in the near future. The plan is to switch many UI-related things to a library that I'm working on. That library will be translation-friendly, should people want to get the program in other languages, but it's too early to know when I'll be done with it.

  8. Version can read UTF8 frames. With this, alxgudo's file no longer shows the unsupported encoding note.