Sometimes you can be real picky like me about timestamps of files, for example, during my wedding we had a few digital cameras, and one of the cameras had its internal clock 4 hours behind. So what better way for a lazy guy like you to change timestamps than writing a short python script to fix the problem.
I wrote this script on the same folder where the pictures with the lagged modification times existed:
import os import time from stat import * #returns a list of all the files on the current directory files = os.listdir('.') for f in files: #my folder has some jpegs and raw images if f.lower().endswith('jpg') or f.lower().endswith('crw'): st = os.stat(f) atime = st[ST_ATIME] #access time mtime = st[ST_MTIME] #modification time new_mtime = mtime + (4*3600) #new modification time #modify the file timestamp os.utime(f,(atime,new_mtime))
Very nice, I like