Actually I do have a version which supports PDF, but since there has been next to no feedback on this utility - though that could have other causes - this app has been left in a bit of a questionable state as I have concentrated on other apps and issues.
Because it is a Win only app, I had tried to come up with a more portable wxPython version, which also is in a bit of a dubious state, though it is adequate for my current
At some point, I had the C++ version ported to Mint, but in both the C++ and wxPython cases, the final hold up is/was converting my setup to a package which can be distributed.
Right now, I am not quite ready for a public release of the source via Github or similar channels - if only to avoid the inevitable questions for support & mods…
Considering the lack of interest and the long list of other ‘rabbit holes’ to chase, I have left things as they were: usable and workable for my own use, if and when I need these facilities.
Please rename the attached *.gramps file & give it an extension EXE to reconstitute the actual installer. Best do so in a sandbox to be sure & safe.
Also note that much of the navigation to files needs to be done via the File menu item until I get a chance to fix the GUI navigation
That last error is very likely because it would/is expected to try and download the Windows run-time libs/dlls.
Never have tried to download to /install on a ‘floating’ PC.
All of my test PCs live on my LAN
The earlier errors, I have no idea - what version of Windows are you using to try and install it?
Just tried it all on my end.
Copied the gramps file to a local PC, also running Win 10, 64-bit. disconnected it from the LAN and rebooted to be sure.
Renamed the *.gramps file to *.7Z, unpacked it to get a new *.gramps file.
Renamed the new *.gramps to *.exe
and then ran the *.exe without a hitch - installing for all, which will try to create a directory in
Since it can’t find exiftool.exe where it looks for it, it pops up a dialog to say so which includes a button to locate it yourself, if it is already somewhere on your PC.
Else, you’ll have to install it and then, if it is on the path, wxETI ought to find it; otherwise it is supposed to give you another chance to find it for the app.