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jigl

jigl (pronounced jiggle) is a Perl script that generates a static HTML photo gallery from one or more directories of GIF/JPG/PNG images. It's fairly customizable and includes the ability to display comments and EXIF info for each image in a simple clean layout.

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  •  14 Nov 2003 14:04

    Release Notes: A problem with parsing options in the global resource file and gallery file has been fixed.

    •  27 Oct 2003 09:08

      Release Notes: A number of new features were added, including full theme support, and optional slide and info pages. The finished HTML pages are now copied into an output directory. A Windows installer was created. There were also some important bugfixes.

      •  04 Jun 2003 03:38

        Release Notes: Directory recursion, automatic image rotation (when available), EXIF comment extraction for slide comments, and support for multiple index pages. A number of other small fixes and updates were also made.

        •  08 May 2003 03:18

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          26 Oct 2005 18:42 glenstewart

          Very advanced version of Jigl
          I've made extensive modifications to JIGL. The modified code produced the gallery at http://associate.com/photos (http://associate.com/photos/)

          It now has folder support, recursive album directory generation, AVI thumbnails, and a new theme called Festive. It generates and updates albums WAY faster than Jalbum, and has less HTML bloat.

          This new version (2.10) is published here with the author's approval: http://freegroups.net/innovative/glen_stewart/jigl-2.1.0.tar.gz (http://freegroups.net/innovative/glen_stewart/jigl-2.1.0.tar.gz)

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