Saturday, May 6, 2017

How to install Shotwell 0.26.1 released on Ubuntu 17.04

  Shotwell 0.26.1 is an image organizer designed to provide personal photo management for the GNOME desktop Shotwell can import photos and videos from a digital camera directly. Shotwell automatically groups photos and videos by date, and supports tagging. Its image editing features allow users to straighten, crop, eliminate red eye, and adjust levels and color balance. It also features an auto "enhance" option that will attempt to guess appropriate levels for the image.

Shotwell 0.26.1 Changelog
  •  Sync with Debian git packaging (LP: #1581180). Remaining changes:
    •  debian/control, debian/test/*:
      •  Add autopilot autopkgtest to check import from a libgphoto2 camera (simulated with umockdev, recorded from a Canon PowerShot SX200). debian/tests/import will run under a local session D-BUS and xvfb, but you can also run the test interactively with "cd debian/tests; autopilot run autopilot_tests".
    •   debian/control, debian/rules:
      •  Build-depend on and run dh-translations
      •  Build with Unity support.
      •  Build-Depends on libunity-dev.
      •  configure --disable-icon-update
      •  Build with scour for SVG optimization.
      •  Build-Depends on python-scour.
    •   clean out thumbnailer hacks, that's not user friendly and not something that should be recommended doing
      •  Don't clutter up debian/ with old, disabled patches
      •  Drop obsolete Ubuntu patches:
    •   no_headerbar.patch (applied in new release)
    •   02_desktop-translations.patch
    •   06_uoa.patch
    •   update_translation_list.patch
      •  Drop Ubuntu Online Accounts (UOA) dependencies since this package no longer supports it. 
Installation instructions: 
     We can add this PPA to Ubuntu Operating  Systems and install Shotwell with few easy commands.

Open terminal and insert command line...

$ sudo apt-get remove --purge shotwell shotwell-common

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yg-jensge/shotwell

$ sudo apt-get update

$ sudo apt-get install shotwell

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