GPX reading: False complaints about <time> tag
When reading a GPX file with a <time> element inside a <metadata> element (I attached such a file), DT complaints on the command line:
broken gpx file, element 'time' found outside of trkpt.
However, as fas as I understand <http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1>, this GPX file correct.
#1 Updated by Christian iuga about 6 years ago
I'm not sure if it's related (it's was long time age, arround 1year)
I was using same kind of gpx file and used them with a perl script (gpsPhoto.pl)
as now, we can't do it on darktable, i was obligate to modify my gpx file (not a big deal)
darktable need to have at least two point (trkpt) & the image need to be on the interval of these both point.
#3 Updated by Tobias Ellinghaus about 6 years ago
- System changed from Ubuntu to all
- % Done changed from 0 to 20
- Target version set to Future
- Status changed from New to Triaged
- Category set to Map / Geolocation
The problem is that the GPX parser we have isn't complete. I could add the missing stuff, but given how easy it is to fix (and how few people complained 'till now) i don't assign this a very high priority for myself. So if anyone wants to do it (it's mostly reading the specs and copy&pasting&changing some code in src/common/gpx.c) feel free to do it.