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Description of problem:
When saving picture files to a directory called, say,
/home/chak/foo/bar, the files end up in /home/chak/foo instead.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. cd /home/chak/foo/bar (or any other directory where you have write
access also in the parent)
2. Start gtkam and select a picture to download from a connected camera
3. File->Save Photos->Selected
4. Click "Ok" (accepting the default destination, which is the wd -
ie, /home/chak/foo/bar in this example)
Actual Results: gtkam does save the picture to /home/chak/foo/<image
Expected Results: gtkam should save the picture to
I am using a Canon IXUS 330 (Vendor=04a9 ProdID=3066 Rev= 0.01), but I
would be suprised if the bug is camera-dependent.
This is with gphoto2-2.1.4-2.1 installed.
On the off-chance that 0.1.11 (released last month) fixes the problem
-- and from looking at the code I think it ought to -- please could
you try this package?:
Yes, updating to 0.1.11 fixes this bug.
Files are going to correct placed now.
Yes, 0.1.11 fixes the bug for me, too. Thanks.
We no longer ship gtkam.