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While I'm not aware of any off-the-shelf solutions (and it's not native to Lightroom/ACR), there's no reason why it can't be done. Since ACR/LR don't touch the original file (with a few exceptions related to EXIF data) but store the adjustments to be made in an XMP file, and XMP is just XML (plain text with angle brackets), there is no reason why an ...
It's a little easier than jrista's method. You still make your edits to a single file, but then on the lighttable there's a "History Stack" section which allows you to copy the history stack of an image (or any parts thereof). And then you can select multiple images and paste the history stack onto them.
The only way I know of to apply batch edits to multiple files in Darktable is to generate a history stack of the edits you wish to apply on one photo, export that history stack as a "Style", then apply that style on export to all the other photos. Not sure that this is what you are looking for...but I'm an infrequent user of Darktable, and that was the best ...
I came up with another solution that utilize the very nice feature of Mac OS X: Automator! Automator allows you to do batch type of tasks easily. Open automator from your applications and in the opening dialog select workflow. Then from side-bar drag the items (in order) to the left panel. You can find them by searching the titles in the search-box (e.g. ...
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