|ohnonot 7951d62a6f github to notabug||11 months ago|
|LICENSE||1 year ago|
|README.md||11 months ago|
|galbash||11 months ago|
|gallery.css||1 year ago|
If you call this script without arguments, it will look for images in the current folder, create thumbnails & HTML files in subfolders $thumbs and $data and an index.html in the current folder.
Thus, the image files are in the gallery's base folder, still easily accessible by other means, and everything else is neatly tucked away.
If there is a file called annotations in the same folder as the original images, it will be parsed to add (short) annotations to the individual images' HTML files. The format is as follows: imagefilename.ext: Some Annotation Text Meaning: At the immediate beginning of the line (no leading whitespace), the name of the file, followed by a colon ':' (again, no space), followed by a single space. Everything after that until the end of the line is the annotation.
-s dir the source directory Default: $source -d dir the destination directory (will be created) Default: $dest -b string where the back button will take the visitor Default: $back -t int Size of thumbnails in pixels. minimum: 10 Default: $thumbsize -f string the format extension for thumbnails Default: $thumbformat -F string where the favicon is -T string The title of the gallery. Default: $title -n Do not wrap from last image to first and vice versa Default: false, i.e. wrapping is enabled -N Do not create an index page with thumbnails Default: false, i.e. a thumbpage is created -k Create symbolic links instead of copying the original files. This has no effect if source and destination are the same. Default: Copy -h Display this help
See also: notabug.org/ohnonot/galbash