Posts Tagged lightroom

Clearing Lightroom plugin log files automatically

(Note: This is a copy of my article on Adobe’s Lightroom Developer Connection. Just in case anything happens to it.) Problem Logfiles grow over time if you don’t manage them, but Lightroom doesn’t provide a way to automatically delete the generated logfiles. We could manage the log ourselves, but we can’t tell Lightroom to log […]

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Lightroom development tips & tricks: Dealing with asserts in an async task

Because I’ve encountered some problems, and found ways around them, but never documented them. I’m doing that now.

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Lightroom plugin dev environment

I’m adding stuff to my Sta.sh plugin for Lightroom, just because I can. (And while I wait for the Sta.sh API to stabilize.) Things like Auto-updating to the latest version Debug logging & submission of logs Usage tracking New Sta.sh API features (Like folder renaming, except it’s broken as of when I write this post.) […]

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Lightroom, Sta.sh and OAuth

So, I’ve been looking through the OAuth RFC, and this actually looks doable, with copious amounts of code from the Flickr plugin bundled with the Lightroom SDK. The key thing is OAuth2 – It looks a lot┬ásimpler than OAuth1. Whereas OAuth1 needed messages to be signed, OAuth2 just throws stuff back and forth in the […]

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Lightroom publishing to Sta.sh

So… Since my dedup program has… kinda stalled while I try to figure out how to implement the actual identifying and displaying duplicate files, I’m looking at other things to do. I finally got back to dA recently, and discovered they opened a new upload/file storage thing called sta.sh. Interestingly enough,the announcement had a developers […]

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