Curator is a powerful script that allows one to generate web page image galleries with the intent of displaying photographic images on the Web, or for a CD-ROM presentation or archiving.
It generates static web pages only - no special configuration or running scripts are required on the server.
The script supports many file formats, hierarchical directories, thumbnail generation and update, per-image description file with any attributes, and 'tracks' of images spanning multiple directories.
The templates consist of HTML with embedded Python. Running this script only requires a recent Python interpreter and the ImageMagick tools.
- on the client side: nothing more should be required than a web browser to use it;
- on the server side: the web pages should be statically generated (no need for special server configuration, no cgi, no PHP, no Zope, no nonsense, just HTML);
- all links are relative links (i.e. it should work when burned on a CDROM or moved);
- the output HTML should be templated/themeable (i.e. the user can change the look of the output HTML). In fact, the templates themselves are written with embedded Python code in the HTML, the possibilities are endless;
- each photograph can have arbitrary attributes associated to it, in a per-image attributes file. The script simply makes these available to the template code to take advantage of. For example, this is how you can include photo description, EXIF camera settings, or any other user-define attribute (just write a template that uses those);
- thumbnails should be generated automatically, the thumbnails reside alongside the photos themselves;
- can be created to fill in variables in the templates (e.g. title, description, camera settings, other);
- tracks of images, independent (and across) of directories can be generated using the attributes file. The script compiles these list of images and they're available to the templates. This could be used, for example, to links are your "people", or "black and white" images together, each photograph can be part of one or more tracks;
- a global, per-track and per-directory index page should be generated;
- it should be simple to use
- supports many file formats;
· Python version 2 or more
· ImageMagick tools
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