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Darwine is a Mac OS X port for the *NIX implementation of the Windows API, which was originally called WINE. 1.9.0Spot
WINE is a recursive acronym, which means WINE Is Not an Emulator. This is true, because WINE doesn't emulate an x86 CPU and it doesn't run Windows software into a virtual machine. It does however, provide a Windows API over the *NIX family of operating systems and the X window server.
The application comes with some Windows applications. This program is recommended just for testing, because it's still under active development and the number of the programs that are supported isn't great.
MacIn fact, just a few programs run without any trouble under Darwine, because it can't install Windows software properly. The problems start right at the installation wizard. I tried installing wizards like Nullsoft Install System, Install Shield, or Inno setup and it failed to install programs that use these installation programs. It also fails to launch most applications that are not distributed within an installation program.
Darwine is useless, when it comes to recognizing the libraries required to work well. For example, it required the freetype library greater than or equal to 2.0.5. I have compiled and installed the latest version of that library 2.1.10, and it didn't recognize it.
Pluses: it can run Windows software without having Windows installed, it has a nice task panel, which can be used to force an application to terminate. It's a free alternative to the commercial product that is also based on WINE, CrossOver.
Drawbacks / flaws: the list of the applications that is currently supported by Darwine is quite thin. I didn't manage to run Windows programs that work flawless under Linux+WINE. Compiling WINE from its sources in order to run it under Mac OS X might be a better solution now.
In conclusion: if you would like to use this program for testing reasons, then you can go ahead, but don't expect too much from Darwine.
version reviewed: 0.9.12
digiKam
Developer(s)KDE
Stable release
Preview release
7.2.0-rc[2] / 7 February 2021; 9 months ago
Repositoryhttps://invent.kde.org/graphics/digikam.git
Written inC++ (Qt)
Operating systemLinux, Windows, macOS[3]
Type
LicenseGPL-2.0-or-later
Websitewww.digikam.org

digiKam is a free and open-sourceimage organizer and tag editor written in C++ using the KDE Applications.

Features[edit]

digiKam runs on most known desktop environments and window managers, as long as the required libraries are installed. It supports all major image file formats, such as JPEG and PNG as well as over 200 raw image formats[4] and can organize collections of photographs in directory-based albums, or dynamic albums by date, timeline, or by tags. Users can also add captions and ratings to their images, search through them and save searches for later use. Using plug-ins, users can export albums to various online services including (among others) 23hq, Facebook, Flickr, Gallery2, Google Earth's KML files, Yandex.Fotki, MediaWiki, Rajce, SmugMug, Piwigo, Simpleviewer, Picasa Web Albums. Plug-ins are also available to enable burning photos to a CD and the creation of web galleries.

digiKam provides functions for organizing, previewing, downloading and/or deleting images from digital cameras. Basic auto-transformations can also be deployed on the fly during picture downloading. In addition, digiKam offers image enhancement tools through its KIPI (KDE Image Plugins Interface) framework and its own plugins, like red-eye removal, color management, image filters, or special effects. digiKam was the only free photo management application on Linux that could handle 16 bit/channel images, until RawTherapee version 4.0 was released in 2011, using a new 32 bits/channel engine for all internal image processing. Digital Asset Management is the mainstay of digiKam.

digiKam features XMP metadata; DNG format reading and writing; a database file that is independent of photo libraries, enabling remote paths, multiple roots and offline archives; Marble integration for geolocation; a non-modal image editor; and live search boxes in both sidebars and the main window.

History[edit]

digiKam has been in development since before 2006.

As of version 0.9 features include a GPS locator[5] and synchronization,[6] iPod Photo upload support,[7] an advanced metadata editor,[8] better support for raw image formats (using dcraw included in digiKam), full color management, a light-table,[9] pan-tool in Image Editor and Preview mode, improvements in usability, and many new plugins.

digiKam 2.0 was released in July 2011, sporting a number of new features, including:

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  • Face detection and recognition support
  • XMP sidecar support
  • Image versioning
  • Pick Labels & Color Labels support to improve photographic workflow
  • Many new RAW decoding features

In August 2018 a beta version of DigiKam 6.0 was published. Improvements comprise support for video files used as photos, as well as new RAW and export options.[10]

Face detection and recognition[edit]

Starting with version 2.0, digiKam has introduced face recognition allowing you to automatically identify photos of certain people and tag them. DigiKam's photo manager was the first free project to feature similar functionality, with face recognition previously implemented only in proprietary products such as Google Picasa, Apple iPhoto, and Windows Live Photo Gallery.

Face recognition was implemented in version 2.0 through the libface library, and from version 3.3 it is based on OpenTLD project work. Version 7.0.0-beta1 uses the Deep Neural Network module from the OpenCV library.

Other OS[edit]

  • Windows: digiKam is part of the KDE on Windows. The program can be installed with the digiKam-msvc library from KDE Installer.
  • There is an official port on Mac OS X that can be compiled from raw or using MacPorts.
  • Most Unix-like OSes are also supported.[11]

Awards received[edit]

digiKam has been awarded the TUX 2005, 2008, and 2010 Readers' Choice Award in the category Favorite Digital Photo Management Tool.[12][13][14]

See also[edit]

  • Shotwell – digital photo manager by GNOME

References[edit]

  1. ^'digiKam 7.3.0 is released'. 12 July 2021.
  2. ^https://invent.kde.org/graphics/digikam/-/tags/v7.2.0-rc.
  3. ^'Downloads; digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. Retrieved 2017-08-07.
  4. ^'Supported File Formats'. KDE. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2016-01-07.
  5. ^'GPS locator in action digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. Retrieved 2013-10-06.
  6. ^'has a new Kipi Plugin to synchronize pictures with a GPS device digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. Retrieved 2013-10-06.
  7. ^'has a new Kipi Plugin to export pictures to an IPod device digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. 2006-09-22. Retrieved 2013-10-06.
  8. ^'Full screenshots review of new Metadata Editor kipi-plugin digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. 2006-10-28. Retrieved 2013-10-06.
  9. ^'video of new digiKam Light Table in action digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. Retrieved 2013-10-06.
  10. ^https://www.digikam.org/news/2018-08-19-6.0.0-beta1_release_announcement/
  11. ^'Installing a package digiKam - Photo Management Program'. 2014-03-25. Archived from the original on 2014-03-25. Retrieved 2019-11-08.
  12. ^'wins TUX 2005 Readers Choice Award digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. 2005-09-01. Retrieved 2013-10-06.
  13. ^'wins TUX 2008 Readers Choice Award digiKam - Photo Management Program'. digiKam. 2008-05-02. Retrieved 2013-10-06.
  14. ^'Readers' Choice Awards 2010'. Linux Journal. Retrieved 2013-10-06.

External links[edit]

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