Gallery.py makes picture galleries consisting of an index page with thumbnails linking to pages with resized pictures. The picture pages include a navigation bar and a simple GUI and picture comments saved in an XML file. Date information is extracted from the pictures if available. Possible comments include 'date', 'where', 'who', and 'what'. The script is very well suited for cron operation on a hierarchy of directories using the --recursive option.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Presentation Utilities|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: his release uses version 1.1.4 of the Python Imaging library for EXIF extraction, but works fine with earlier versions. Processing info was enhanced, some code was refactored, and sanity checks were added. The documentation was expanded and debugged.
Release Notes: A manual page, changes to the GUI layout, a new --force option, and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: New features include comments in an XML file, source- and destination directories with a recursive option, and a simple GUI that exposes the most frequently used features. Date information is extracted from pictures if it is available. An easy installation program can now be used on Windows.
Release Notes: This release includes optimization when recursing, doesn't rename files, adds changes to the progress indicator, the help screen now shows [--recursive] and [--add] options, and a spelling error was fixed.
Release Notes: There is a new -r option to recurse directories. This release will set the title from gallery.title.txt if present in the directory. If no title is given or the title file is not found, it will use the name of the directory as a title.