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Analysis Module

Description

The analysis module looks at the Gallery 2 database for items that have known problems or missing data.

Originally written to help locate broken images cause by a bad\incomplete transfer to a new server and then extended to search for missing keywords on photos.

Features

On the Site Admin page in the section Analysis:

  • Discovers all photos with broken derivatives. Adds links to view\edit the affected item.
  • Reports all photos without keywords. Adds links to view\edit the affected item.
  • Reports all photos without a title. Adds links to view\edit the affected item.
  • List images with titles set as default camera names e.g. DSC_0001 and IMG_0001.
  • List images with filenames using default camera names e.g. DSC_0001 and IMG_0001.
  • Lists images with the file extension in the title
  • Lists images without file extension.
  • Lists images without tags (Assuming tags module is installed AND active).
  • Lists images with duplicate titles within the same album.
  • Lists albums without google map location (assuming map module is installed AND active).

Installation

You can install this module by:

  • Going to Site Admin
  • Clicking on the Plugins link from the left side.
  • Then click on Get More Plugins Tab.
  • Then click on Show Repository List.
  • Then check the box that says "Community Plugins"
  • Then click Save
  • Then Click Download Plugin List
  • You will then see the Module 'Analysis' listed under 'Analysis'.
  • Then click on Download

For full version history and screenshots see: http://www.markridgwell.com/gallery/

Requested Features

  • Add 'Delete derivative' and 'Rebuild Derivatives' on broken images.
  • Add 'Set Keyword' on missing keywords.
  • Add paging support for long lists.
  • Add ability to have custom prefixes in the search for default names.
  • Add search for items with duplicate names in same album, e.g. two images called 'Cat' in the album 'X'.
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