Provided by: darktable_2.0.3-1_amd64 bug


       darktable-generate-cache - update darktable's thumbnail cache


           darktable-generate-cache [-h, --help; --version] [-m, --max-mip <0-7>] [--core <darktable options>]


       darktable is a digital photography workflow application for Linux, Mac OS X and several
       other Unices.  It's described further in darktable(1).

       darktable-generate-cache updates darktable's thumbnail cache.  You can start this program
       to generate all missing thumbnails in the background when your computer is idle.


       All parameters are optional.  If started without parameters darktable-generate-cache uses
       reasonable defaults.

       -h, --help
           Gives usage information and terminates.

           Gives copyright and version information and terminates.

       -m, --max-mip <0-7>
           darktable can handle and store thumbnails with up to eight different resolution steps
           for each image.  This parameter defines which maximum resolution should be generated
           and defaults to 2.  There is normally no need to generate all possible resolutions
           here; missing ones will be automatically generated by darktable the moment they are

       --core <darktable options>
           All command line parameters following --core are passed to the darktable core and
           handled as standard parameters.  See darktable(1) for a detailed description of the




       The principal developer of darktable is Johannes Hanika.  The (hopefully) complete list of
       contributors to the project is:

       * developers: Henrik Andersson, Johannes Hanika, Tobias Ellinghaus, Ulrich Pegelow.

       * ubuntu packaging, color management, video tutorials: Pascal de Bruijn.

       * opencl pipeline, usermanual: Ulrich Pegelow.

       * networking, battle testing, translation expert: Alexandre Prokoudine.

       * translation: a3novy, Alexandre Prokoudine, Anocha Yimsiriwattana, Artur de Sousa Rocha,
       Daniele Giorgis, Dimitrios Psychogios, Ger Siemerink, Guilherme Brondani Torri, Henrik
       Andersson, José Carlos Casimiro, Josep Puigdemont, María Leandro, Mauro Bartoccelli,
       Michał Prędotka, Mikko Ruohola, Milan Knížek, Olivier Tribout, Pascal Obry, Richard
       Levitte, Roberto Quintero, Sebastien Delcoigne, Thomas Costis, Thomas Pryds, Tobias
       Ellinghaus, Victor Lamoine.

       * contributors: Aldric Renaudin, Alexandre Prokoudine, Alexey Dokuchaev, Ammon Riley,
       Anton Keks, Antony Dovgal, Ari Makela, Benjamin Cahill, Brian Teague, Bruce Guenter,
       Cherrot Luo, Chris Mason, Christian Tellefsen, David Morel, Denis Cheremisov, Dennis Gnad,
       Diego Segura, Dimitrios Psychogios, Eckhart Pedersen, Edouard Gomez, Edward Herr,
       František Šidák, Gaspard Jankowiak, Ger Siemerink, Gianluigi Calcaterra, Guilherme
       Brondani Torri, Ivan Tarozzi, James C. McPherson, Jan Kundrát, Jean-Sébastien Pédron,
       Jérémy Rosen, Jesper Pedersen, Joao Trindade, Jon Leighton, Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo, Josef
       Wells, Julian J. M, Mattias Eriksson, Michal Babej, Michał Prędotka, Moritz Lipp, Olivier
       Tribout, Pascal de Bruijn, Pascal Obry, parafin, Petr Styblo, Pierre Le Magourou, Richard
       Levitte, Richard Tollerton, Robert Bieber, Roland Riegel, Roman Lebedev, Rostyslav
       Pidgornyi, Sergey Pavlov, Simon Harhues, Simon Spannagel, Stuart Henderson, Terry
       Jeffress, Tim Harder, Togan Muftuoglu, Tom Vanderpoel, Ulrich Pegelow, Wolfgang Goetz,
       Wolfgang Kuehnel, Yari Adan, hal, jan, maigl, tuxuser.  And all those of you that made
       previous releases possible.

       This man page was written by Ulrich Pegelow <> as part of the
       usermanual.  It was turned into a man page by Tobias Ellinghaus <>.


       Copyright (C) 2009-2015 by Authors.

       darktable is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GPL v3 or (at your option) any later version.