Given your description, I cannot tell if it is that you did not compile some
of the LE plugins (i.e. due to missing dependencies at configure time) or if
our plugins are insufficient to get the meta data you're interested in.
Please check that the PDF and EXIV2 plugins are compiled in the first place on
your system (locate them in $PREFIX/lib/libextractor/). If they are, it would
be useful if you could make a file with the respective meta data entries
Finally, for Exiv support, libextractor uses libexif2, so you might want to
check with version of that library you're using -- and possibly with the
author of libexiv2 to see if he can/will/plans to support your format.
On Friday 14 January 2011 15:16:32 Jörg Herzinger wrote:
> I would like to use libextractor in combination with doodle and catfish
> in our office. Our images and PDF Files are tagged by Adobe Bridge which
> seems to work fine with ExifTool . But libextractor does not extract
> Keywords from PDF Files, although they are definitely there since
> exiftool can extract them. For JPG images everything works fine.
> Is this a feature that is not implemented yet? If not, then what are the
> chances this gets implemented soon (next few month).
> Version is latest 0.6.2 compiled on Debian Ubuntu 10.04.
> Jörg Herzinger
>  http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/