"William Skaggs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> 1) When the jpeg loader finds EXIF data, it creates a parasite
> called "jpeg-exif-data".  EXIF data is not specific to jpeg files,
> though, and having differently named parasites for "tiff-exif-data",
> etc, makes things unnecessarily difficult, as far as I can see.  Can
> this be renamed as simply "exif-data"?

Is this data really exchangeable between file formats? If so then this
should probably be changed.

> 2) If libexif is available, then the jpeg loader creates a
> jpeg-exif-data parasite regardless of whether the file actually
> contains exif data; if not, the parasite is just a bare header.
> Would it be preferable to not create a parasite in this case?

That sounds like the right thing to do.

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