All my batch process does, is execute this:
The script overwrites $INPUT with a new file. (It generates a graphic
footer with some logos and a text that is based on the image comment,
but looks some data up in a database, and then attaches this to the
bottom of the original. I'm using ImageMagick to do the work)
digikam places an empty file with "_1" attached to the basename. I
don't understand this behavior. Am I supposed to write my file to
STDOUT or something? There are appearently no documentation of the tool.
På Fri, 21 Jul 2017 19:18:18 +0200
Anders Lund <[hidden email]> skrev:
> Why does digikam create a empty file when I use a script in batch
> The script writes an image on its own, and produces NO output.
> Please check output before creating empty files!