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-l <taglinkdir> | -A <archivedir> -d <digikamdatabasefile> [-r <rootdir>] [-H|-f|-a|-v|-C|e|M] -l <tagdir> path to directory where the tag directory structure with links to the original images should be created -d <dbfile> full path to the digikam database file -r <rootdir> path to digikams root directory containing all photos. For digikam vers >= 0.10 this is usually not needed and should only be used in case that an album root directory cannot be found. Option is mandatory for earlier digikam versions! -A <ardir> Create selfcontained archive of photos and tags in directory ardir. rootdir and arDir have to be on the *same* filesystem! -C If -A <archdir> was given this option will put hardlinks of all photos in the "Photos" directory not only of those with tags. -a Create absolute symbolic links instead of relative ones -H Use hard links instead of symbolic links in linktree. -Y Add Year directory below each tag directory -f If there are hierarchical tags (tags that have subtags) create a flat tag directory hierarchy. So directories for subtags are at the same directory level like their parent tags -M <level> Make multi-level directory using tag classification included in each image. Mandatory parameter:specifies the maximum tree level number. You have to use -i with at least one tag to be processed (see below) !Options -A -C -a -H -f not tested with this option! -i <taglist> Include tags of comma separated list <taglist> in multi-level mode containing given tag string in their tag path. Use all if really all tags are needed. Default: none -e <taglist> Excluding tags having specific string in their tag path. Default: none Example Digikam,People excludes all tags having Digikam or People in their path -V Verbose mode -h Print this help -v Print scripts version number Exit.