Tool for setting EXIF GPS data

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Digital cameras are cool. So is GPS. And, EXIF tags are really cool too.

What happens when you merge the three? You end up with a set of photos taken with a digital camera that are "stamped" with the location at which they were taken.

The EXIF standard defines a number of tags that are for use with GPS.

A variety of programs exist around the place to match GPS data with digital camera photos, but most of them are Windows or MacOS only. Which doesn't really suit me that much. Also, each one takes the GPS data in a different format.

So I wrote my own. A little bit of C, a little bit of C++, a shade of GTK+, and you end up with... what I have here. I wrote both a command line and GUI version of the program.

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_service 0000000222 222 Bytes
_service:download_url:gpscorrelate-1.6.1.tar.gz 0000154531 151 KB
fixbuild.diff 0000000618 618 Bytes
gpscorrelate.spec 0000002708 2.64 KB
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