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Image Versioning, or: how to keep multiple versions of the same photo?

My Photo Index is able to keep multiple versions of the same image in it's index, image versions are handled like any other image in the index meaning they can be tagged, printed and shared. 

Image versions are hidden and only the primary image is displayed to the user until asked, the image versions are linked in such way that the primary image in the version set affects the rest of it's linked images but child images in the version set does not affect the primary image.:

Image tagging:
  • When adding/ removing a tag from the primary image, all images in the version set are affected.
  • When adding/ removing a tag from a child image in the version set, only one image is affected.

Image categories:

  • When adding/ removing a category from the primary image, all images in the version set are affected.
  • When adding/ removing a category from a child image in the version set, only one image is affected.

Image Rating:

  • When changing the rating of the primary image, all images in the version set are affected.
  • When changing the rating on a child image in the version set, only one image is affected.

 Comments and other meta-data:

  • Always affects only the edited image and does not affect the version set.

 Deleting an image:

  • When deleting the primary image in the version set, the version set will break and images will be show as individual version-less images.
  • When deleting a child image from the version set, only the deleted image is affected.

 


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