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galleryforge project creates static HTML galleries by recursing through a hierarchy of directories containing images. If you just
galleryforge project creates static HTML galleries by recursing through a hierarchy of directories containing images.
If you just happen to be an enthusiastic photographer who likes to publish his photos online, you may realize that it would be nice to cater to your visitors a bit and organize your collection in some way, perhaps adopting the standard convention of sorting your photos into albums, which display thumbnails. Voil?, galleryforge happens to do just that.
All you need to do is sort your photos into directories and galleryforge will rummage through them all, resize images, create thumbnails, write index pages, the whole shebang. But the greatest benefit lies not in creating your albums for the first time, it is that you can continue to add directories, and galleryforge will update your collection everytime, without touching what is already there.
Here are some key features of "galleryforge":
Finds images recursively in a hierarchy of directories.
Does not overwrite existing galleries.
Highly customizable templates for all pages.
Changes in templates are applied to existing pages.
Generates XHTML & CSS code to standard.
No scripting or database backend required, just plain static pages.
Platform independent implementation in Python and wxWidgets.
What's New in This Release:
A cosmetic display bug was fixed.
Album names deduced from directory names are now processed slightly more intelligently.
A small bother with choking at the absence of a config file is now fixed.
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