Salonify is a Perl script which displays images that you have organized in a directory hierarchy.
Version: 0.82Salonify is a Perl script which displays images that you have organized in a directory hierarchy.
Operating System: Linux
The Web user can choose to see photos as thumbnails or in small, medium, or full-size format; rotate the images; modify the captions; move from folder to folder or image to image easily; and customize the layout.
The administrator can also take away any of these abilities from the user if they want. By default, the captioning is totally democratic (or wiki-like)--anyone visiting your site can change the captions. You can also lock this down.
Salonify generates nearly w3c-compliant HTML (getting closer all the time) and renders quite well in all tested browsers, including w3m-img, lynx, Mozilla, Opera, Netscape, Internet Explorer, etc..
What's New in This Release:
· New feature to permit visitors to download entire album as a ZIP file. See the config file for the new options, salonify_generate_static_archive_file and salonify_generate_dynamic_archive_file. The "dynamic generate" is enabled by default, but if you want to limit disk space usage, you'll need a script that runs occasionally to delete the ZIP files that are created.
· If this feature is enabled, a new "download album" button will appear above the thumbnail view.
· More error checking when loading modules--try to tell user what is missing.
· More error checking when using RCS to check out files--give user option to override RCS lock on make_salonify.
· Update documentation, in particular the USAGE file.