########################################################################## # # Mapivi - Martin's Picture Viewer # ########################################################################## JPEG/EXIF/IPTC(IIM) viewer written in Perl/Tk. File INSTALL last modified: 03.11.2002 Mapivi latest version can be found at: http://mapivi.de.vu ########################################################################## # # Requirements # ########################################################################## You need: o a computer running UNIX (Linux, Solaris, ...) and X11 (mapivi also works at least with windows 2000, but there is still some tuning to be done ...) o Perl 5.005 or better o Perl/Tk 800.015 or better o the command line tool wrjpgcom to write comments to JPEG pictures and jpegtran to do the loss-less rotation. They are included e.g. in the The Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software release 6b (this program is part of most linux distributions as part of the libjpg package) o jhead - to remove EXIF infos and thumbnails and to change the EXIF date/time. homepage: http://www.sentex.net/~mwandel/jhead/ o the command line tools convert, mogrify and composite (or combine) from Image Magick (this is also part of most linux distributions) o Perl module Image::Info o Perl/Tk module Tk::JPEG o optional: Perl module Image::IPTCInfo You will find all the perl modules at http://search.cpan.org/ ########################################################################## # # Installation # ########################################################################## in short: unzip, unpack, change to the mapivi directory and run mapivi with: perl mapivi . in long: unzip the archive (XXXX is the version number): -> gunzip mapiviXXXX.tgz extract the tar-ball: -> tar xvf mapiviXXXX.tar go into the directory -> cd mapiviXXXX/ (where ever you extracted mapivi to ...) run mapivi -> perl mapivi (you only have to do this the first time for mapivi installing everything then you just type: mapivi) ########################################################################## # # Help # ########################################################################## If this won't work, try to start mapivi from perl and read the output carefully -> perl mapivi