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2000.10.06 15:07 "PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Leonard Rosenthol
2000.10.06 16:13 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.06 16:32 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Leonard Rosenthol
2000.10.06 16:35 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.27 08:24 "Re: Write tags", by Klaus Bartz
2000.10.26 14:44 "Re: Write tags", by Markus Neifer
2000.10.26 18:50 "Re[2]: Write tags", by Rainer Wiesenfarth
2000.10.27 08:46 "Re: Write tags", by Markus Neifer
2000.10.27 09:06 "Re: Write tags", by Markus Neifer
2000.10.06 20:10 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Bo Yang
2000.10.06 20:41 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.06 21:02 "Re: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Larry Jones
2000.10.06 21:35 "Re: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Alex
2000.10.08 00:24 "Re: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Leonard Rosenthol

2000.10.26 18:50 "Re[2]: Write tags", by Rainer Wiesenfarth

Hello Markus,

Thursday, October 26, 2000, 4:44:04 PM, you wrote:

Sim Zacks wrote:
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>> Yes.

Hhm, yes what?

Yes, i have to read all and write then, or

Preferably, yes (see notes below).

Yes, there is sample code?

Maybe, but I doubt it. Most users will not need this feature.

What you might do is the following:

So, I think libtiff will not help you there. I also doubt that you will find a solution that is better than quick-and-dirty, i.e. covers the most general case.

Thus my recommendation: even if the new directory is the same size as the old one (i.e. same number of tags), it is better to copy the whole file.

Best regards
Rainer

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