Posts Tagged lightroom
(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 […]
Because I’ve encountered some problems, and found ways around them, but never documented them. I’m doing that now.
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.) […]
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 simpler than OAuth1. Whereas OAuth1 needed messages to be signed, OAuth2 just throws stuff back and forth in the […]
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 […]