BINS is a valid HTML 4 photo album generator with support for internationalization, EXIF, and customizable charset encoding, including UTF-8 (Unicode). Albums can contains other sub-albums. The appearance of the album can be fully personalized by using template and configuration parameters. The number and size of scaled pictures can be chosen in pixels or percentage of the original image. Several description fields (date, location, etc.) can be associated with the pictures, and you can add additional description fields. A command line utility or a GTK+ GUI can be used to set or edit description fields. BINS can use the EXIF data structure found in some pictures to automatically fill some fields (most notably, date and time) and to produce a page providing all information available on the picture, as well as the DigiCam settings when the photo was taken. All image meta-data are stored in XML files.
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Release Notes: This release added a search engine, two new template styles (martin and mwolson), support of jpegtran with MMX, some miscellaneous tools, a few bugfixes, and an FAQ.
Release Notes: This release adds a Catalan translation, new parameters, and some bugfixes. JPEG comments are now available as image subtext,
Release Notes: Some bugs have been fixed. A new version of bins-edit-gui with an album fields editor has been included. A Hungarian translation (hu) has been added.
Release Notes: Two new template styles have been added. More EXIF tags are supported. Some bugs have been corrected.
Release Notes: The images in each directory can now be displayed in an arbitrary, custom order. Hot keys were added along with relation links for Mozilla and Opera's navigation bar. First and last links on thumbnail and image pages were added to the default templates. Templates are now installed under /usr/local/share/ bins. A bug on the images list page for custom sizes was fixed, and completion for bash was added. Spanish and Esperanto translations were also added.