Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 478421
f-spot / nautilus metadata problem with picture with an "&" in a tag
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:25:58 EST
Description of problem:
Exported pictures tagged with a tag containing an "&" in the name causes problems in metadata.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
f-spot version 0.4.4-6.fc10
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Choose a picture in your f-spot library. Make sure it has some tags, and make sure that tags name doesn't contains the character "&"
2.Export the picture to a folder (menu Photo -> Export to -> Folder)
3.Right click on the file with nautilus, click on properties and then click on the "image" tab. You'll see all the pictures metadata
4.Go back to f-spot, create a tag with the "&" character in the name.
5.Add the tag to the same picture of step 1, and export it again
6.Repeat the step 3, and instead of the pic info you'll see "loading..." and nothing more
The same problem seems to exists with more recent version of f-spot too.
I forgot to mention that, in order to reproduce this bug you must:
1) have "write metadata to file" checked in the f-spot preferences panel (before adding the tags)
2) export pictures with the "export file only" export method
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