Easy to use, a great way to put an album onto a CD-ROM or web site
Most other gallery generation software requires the web sever to have support software (such as a MySQL database or PHP). Because the output of BINS is pre-computed, no such support is needed. This allows me to use BINS to generate an album then just burn the album to a CD-ROM. To post on my web site all I have to do is upload the album and I'm done. BINS comes with several themes to choose from, and you can modify the themes to make your own customized theme to match the look of your web site. BINS is easy to setup, easy to use, easy to distribute and looks great.
Re: mandrake official 10
> Installed all the perl modules via .rpm
> and tried and tried, went from stopping
> at live 51 to stopping on bins line 52.
> Any ideas?
i had the same error myself and found the above query whilst looking for a solution to my problem.
it is a problem with a Perl module not loaded - in the above case i suspect that it is Image::Info
here's another example:
Can't locate Data/Grove.pm in @INC (@INC contains:
Compilation failed in require at /usr/local/bin/bins line 63.
in this case you have to run install the Data::Grove module.
this worked for me - hope this helps somebody else.
mandrake official 10
Installed all the perl modules via .rpm and tried and tried, went from stopping at live 51 to stopping on bins line 52.
Description with pictures
I think that the thing I love most about BINS is the fact that the descriptions are stored with the photos. It seems like every other program wants to store the information on the photos in some internal database, or in a configuration directory. By having the data next to the photos I can move them around together - which is especially important as my photos are in version control. Now I can completely recreate any version of my repository, text and all.
This one was just right...
I have been searching a while for a good html photo album generator. I wanted something simple but not lacking in important features. It had to produce nice looking output and I wanted one that generates static pages. BINS is just about perfect!
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